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Metra 99-7394B Single-DIN and Double-DIN Radio Dash Kit Fits Select 2019-up Kia Forte Vehicles

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Metra 99-7394B Single Din & Double Din Kia Forte 19 & Up L shaped Chassis Design Dash Kit 

The Metra 99-7394B kit allows you to install select single-DIN (2" tall) car stereos in your vehicle's dash opening. The kit also works with select L-shaped double-DIN (4" tall) radios where the chassis is at the bottom of the screen (like Alpine's iLX-207 receiver).

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7394B.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf


  • For 2019 - 2021 Kia Forte
  • Single or Double DIN Radio provision for easy installation of car radios
  • Accommodates stacked single DIN radios
  • High-grade ABS plastic construction
  • Factory style fine texture
  • Painted Matte Black to match vehicle factory center console trim

  • Metra 99-7394B Dash Kit owner's manual
  • Front radio housing
  • Rear radio housing
  • 2 Radio brackets
  • 2 Pioneer adapter brackets
  • Blank panel
  • Five #4 x 3/8" screws
  • Four #8 x 1/2" screws
  • 7 Panel-clips
  • Installation Instructions

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