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Metra 99-7869 Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for 2005-2010 Honda Odyssey

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Single DIN Radio Provision with Pocket
ISO Mount Radio Provision with Pocket
Double DIN Radio provision
Stacked ISO Mount Units Provision
Metra patented Quick-Release Snap-In ISO-mount system with custom trim ring
Recessed DIN opening
Storage pocket with built-in radio supports below the radio opening
High-grade ABS plastic – contoured and textured to compliment factory dash
Comprehensive instruction manual
All necessary hardware to install an aftermarket radio
Authorized Dealer

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7869.pdf

Compatible With
Honda Odyssey 2005-2010

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
 70-1721 - Honda/Acura harness 1998-up; 70-1722 - Honda harness 2006-up
Antenna Adapter: 40-HD10 - Honda antenna adapter 2005-up

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Phillips screwdriver
Small flat blade screwdriver
Socket wrench

Radio Housing
ISO Brackets
Trim Plate
Double DIN Trim Plate
Double DIN Brackets
Panel Clips - (2) Panel Clips supplied - user asembly onto rear of Radio Housing needed
Installation Instructions

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