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Metra 99-5858CH Single/Double DIN Car Dash Kit for 2011-2019 Ford Explorer

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Metra 99-5858CH Single/Double DIN Car Dash Kit

This Metra 99-5858CH Dash kit allows you to install a Single or Double DIN In-Dash Install Kit. With high-grade ABS plastic construction and factory style fine texture. For select Ford Explorer 2011 - 2019.

Installation Instructions for Part 99-5858CH.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf
TurboTouch SWC Technical Document.pdf


  • ISO DIN radio provision with pocket
  • ISO DDIN radio provision
  • Touchscreen display for climate and most personalization features
  • Included interface for climate and steering wheel functions
  • Integrated hazard switch and passenger airbag indicator
  • Painted charcoal to match the factory finish

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Explorer (with 8-inch touchscreen) 2011-2015

  • Radio bezel (w/airbag light, hazard switch
  •  and touchscreen)
  • Radio brackets
  • Pocket
  • #8 x 3/8” Phillips screws (4)
  • #4 x 1/2” Phillips screws (2)
  • Panel clips (2)
  • Axxess interface and wiring harness (not shown)
  • Antenna adapter (not shown)

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