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Metra 99-6510 Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for 05-07 Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep

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Snap-in ISO support system
Designed and manufactured with precision tolerances, resulting in a gapless fit between the dash and the kit
High-grade ABS plastic construction
Designed to replace Chrysler navigation radios
Install dash kit for Single or Double DIN Radios
Painted to match factory dash color
Factory style texture

Radio housing
ISO brackets
ISO trim plate
Double DIN brackets
Double DIN trim plate

Compatible With
Chrysler Aspen with NAV 2007
Chrysler 300/300C with NAV 2005-2007
Dodge Caliber with factory NAV 2007-2008
Dodge Charger with NAV 2005-2007
Dodge Durango with NAV 2004-2007
Dodge Magnum with NAV 2005-2007
Dodge Ram Pickup 1500 with factory NAV 2006-2008
Dodge Ram Pickup 2500/3500 with NAV 2006-2008
Jeep Commander (WITH NAV) 2006-2007
Jeep Compass (with factory NAV) 2007-2008
Jeep Grand Cherokee with factory NAV 2005-2007
Jeep Patriot (with factory NAV) 2007-2008

Installation Instructions for Part 99-6510.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf

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