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Metra 99-7818 Single/Double DIN Dash Kit w/ Pocket for Honda Pilot 2003-2008

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Metra 99-7818 Single/Double DIN Dash Kit w/ Pocket for Honda Pilot

Radio installation kit used when replacing the OEM radio with an aftermarket radio. This kit is contoured to match the OEM dash. Kit will fit a DIN or double DIN radio in Honda Pilot 2003-2008.

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7818.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf


  • ISO DIN radio provision with pocket
  • ISO DDIN radio provision
  • Designed and manufactured with precision tolerances
  • Gapless fit between the dash and the kit
  • Painted to match factory dash color
  • Factory matched texture style
  • High-grade ABS plastic construction
  • Color: Black
  • Expertly crafted from superior materials
  • Provides exceptional reliability
  • Ensures everlasting service life

Wiring and Antenna Connections

  • Harness
    • 70-1721 (sold separately)
  • Antenna Adapter
    • Not required for 2003-2005
    • 40-HD10 for 2006-2008 (sold separately)

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Pilot 2003-2005
  • Pilot 2006-2008 (without factory NAV)

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