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Metra 99-7309 Single DIN Stereo Dash Kit for Select 1995-2006 Hyundai

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Single DIN radio with pocket provision
ISO mount radio with pocket provision
Professional Installer Series TurboKit designed for Hyundai models with 4" dash openings
For Single DIN mount radio applications
Pocket holds CD jewel cases
Comprehensive instruction manual
High-grade ABS plastic
Authorized Dealer

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7309.pdf

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness:
70-7300 - Hyundai wiring harness for select 1992-up; 70-7301 - Hyundai wiring harness for select 1999-up; 70-2003 - GMC wiring harness for select 1998-up
Antenna Adapter: 40-GM10 (select vehicles)

Compatible With
Hyundai Elantra (Double DIN) 1996-2000
Hyundai Santa Fe 2001-2006
Hyundai Sonata (Double DIN) 1995-1998
Hyundai Sonata 1999-2001
Hyundai Tiburon 1997-2002

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver

Radio housing
Spacer 1L and 1R
Spacer 2L and 2R
Spacer 3L and 3R
Spacer 4L and 4R
(4) #10 x 3/4” Phillips truss head screws
Installation Instructions

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