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Metra 99-7426 Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for Select Nissan Murano

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Single DIN radio provision with pocket
ISO Single DIN radio provision with pocket
Double DIN radio provision
Painted charcoal to match OEM finish
Stacked ISO Mount Units Provision Includes parts for installation of double DIN radios or two single DIN radios
Metra patented quick release snap in ISO mount system with custom trim ring
Recessed DIN opening
Contoured and textured to match factory dash
Comes with oversized removable storage pocket
Comprehensive instruction manual
Authorized Dealer

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7426.pdf

Compatible With
Nissan Murano 2009-up without Bose Audio (climate controls must be above OE radio)

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness:
70-7552 - Nissan Harness 2007-up
Antenna Adapter: 40-NI12 - Nissan Antenna Adapter 2007-up

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Small flat blade screwdriver or panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver

Radio housing
ISO Brackets
ISO Trim plate
Double DIN brackets
Double DIN trim plate
Installation Instructions

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