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Metra 99-7428B Black 1 or 2 DIN Dash Kit for Select Nissan/Suzuki

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Metra 99-7428B Black Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for Select 2009-12 Nissan/Suzuki

MPN: 99-7428B
Condition: New

DIN Radio Provision with Pocket
ISO Mount Radio Provision with Pocket
Double DIN Radio Provision
Stacked ISO Mount Units Provision
Painted black to Match Factory Dash

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7428B.pdf

Compatible with

Frontier LE 2009-2010
Frontier Pro-4X 2009-2012
Frontier SE (with a V6 engine) 2009-2011
Frontier SL 2011-2012
Frontier SV 2011-2012
Frontier SV-I4 2012
Xterra Off-Road 2009-2011
Xterra Pro-4X 2012
Xterra S 2009-2012
Xterra SE 2009-2011

Equator Crew Cab Sport 2009-2011
Equator Extended Cab Sport 2009-2011
Equator RMZ / RMZ Sport 2009-2011

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness:
Please contact us for wiring harness options
Antenna Adapter: Please contact us for antenna adapter options

Tools Required (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
Torx T-10 driver

Radio Housing
ISO DDIN trim plate
ISO DDIN Brackets
ISO trim plate
ISO Brackets

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