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Metra 99-7631B 1 or 2 DIN Dash Kit for Select 2016-up Nissan Titan

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Metra 99-7631B 1 or 2 DIN Dash Kit for Select 2016-up Nissan Titan

Brand: Metra
MPN: 99-7631B
Condition: New

ISO DIN radio provision with pocket
Painted matte black

Compatible with:
Nissan Titan 2017-up
Nissan Titan XD 2016-up

Caution: All accessories, switches, climate controls panels,
and especially air bag indicator lights must be connected before
cycling the ignition. Also, do not remove the factory radio with
the key in the on position, or while the vehicle is running.

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7631B.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf

Wiring and Antenna Connections (sold separately):
Harness: 70-7552
Antenna Adapter: 40-NI12

Tools required (sold separately):
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
12mm socket wrench
T-20 Torx driver

Radio trim panel
Radio Brackets
(8) #8 x 3/8" Phillips screws

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