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Metra 99-7581 Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for Select Nissan/Suzuki

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Single DIN Head unit provisions with pocket
ISO Single DIN Head unit provision with pocket
Double DIN Head unit provision
Stacked ISO Mounts Unit Provision
Recessed DIN opening
Metra patented Snap In ISO Support System
Contoured to match factory dash
Comes with oversized under radio storage pocket
High grade ABS plastic
Comprehensive instruction manual
All necessary hardware included for easy installation
Authorized Dealer

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7581.pdf

Compatible With
Nissan Frontier 2005-2008
Nissan Frontier (XE & SE with No Options) 2009-up
Nissan Pathfinder 2005-2007
Nissan Pathfinder (S models only) 2008-up
Nissan Xterra 2005-2008
Nissan Xterra (X model only) 2009-up
Suzuki Equator Extended Cab 2009-up

Harness & Antenna Adapter (sold separately)
70-7550 - 95-up Harness
70-7551 - Nissan Amp Integration Harness 95-up
40-NI10 - Nissan Antenna Adapter 05-09

Tools Needed (sold separately)
T20 Torx Driver
Small Flat Blade Screwdriver
Phillips Screwdriver

Radio Housing
ISO Brackets
Trim Plate
Double DIN Trim Plate
Installation Instructions

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