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Metra 99-5852CH Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for Ford Explorer 2011-2015

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Metra 99-5852CH Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for Ford Explorer

Radio installation kit used when replacing the OEM radio with an aftermarket radio. This kit provides the ability to install an ISO DIN aftermarket radio with pocket or double-DIN aftermarket radio. Painted to match the factory color and appearance. Easy to use rotary knobs with LCD status display for temp and fan speed. Included interface for climate and steering wheel functions. Integrated hazard button and passenger airbag indicator. A kit will fit a DIN radio with pocket or a double-DIN aftermarket radio in Ford Explorer 2011-2015 with SINGL ZONE climate control.



  • ISO DIN radio provision with pocket
  • ISO DDIN radio provision
  • Included interface for climate and steering wheel functions
  • Retains factory USB and back-up camera (if equipped)
  • Painted charcoal with a matte black center

Wiring and Antenna Connections

  • Wiring Harness
    • Axxess interface built into kit
  • Antenna Adapter
    • Included with kit
  • Steering Wheel Control Interface
    • Included with kit

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Explorer 2011-2015

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