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Metra 99-8140 Single DIN Dash Kit Combo for Select 1989-2001 Toyota

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Metra 99-8140 Single DIN Install Stereo Dash Kit Combo for Select 1989-01 Toyota

MPN: 99-8140 + TY-8100
Condition: New

Shaft and DIN unit provisions
Equalizer provisions
Professional Installer SeriesTurboKit features quick conversion from 2 shaft to Single DIN
Allows the installation of a Single DIN radio behind the dash without cutting
Fits either single DIN or double DIN dashes
Ability to install 1/4" or 1/2" DIN equalizer
70-1761 or similar Wire Harness included (Plugs into Car Harness at radio)

99-8140 Installation Instructions:

Note: This Installation Kit DOES NOT come with a Chime Interface, because these are built into the factory radio and you will lose the warning chimes. Also this Harness will NOT retain OnStar if equipped. It DOES NOT work with vehicles that have a premium Bose factory sound system. This Dash Kit will work with standard Single DIN stereos.

Please check compatibility to make sure this works with your vehicle if you have any question don't hesitate to contact us for more info.

Compatible With

4-Runner 1992-1995
4-Runner 1989-1993
T-100 1993-1998
Tacoma 1995-01

Tools Required (sold separately)
Phillips Screwdriver
Cutting Tool
Socket Wrench

Radio Housing
Equalizer Dummy Plate
70-1761 or similar Wire Harness

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