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Metra 99-8160G Single DIN Stereo Dash Kit for Lexus LS430 with Interface Harness & Antenna Adapter

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Metra 99-8160G Single DIN Stereo Dash Kit with Interface Harness & Antenna Adapter

This Metra mounting kit lets you install a single-DIN (2" tall) aftermarket stereo in the dash opening of select 2001-06 Lexus LS430 models without navigation. The package includes a lower pocket for convenience. It also includes Axxess AXTO-TY1 Interface Harness & Metra 40-LX10 Antenna Adapter.


  • For Lexus LS430 vehicles
  • Accommodates ISO Double DIN mount
  • Gapless fit between the dash and the kit
  • Factory matched texture style
  • Installation Dash Kit for Single DIN Radios
  • Designed and manufactured with precision tolerances
  • Painted grey to match factory dash color
  • High-grade ABS plastic construction
  • Includes a storage pocket below the radio
  • Includes Axxess AXTO-TY1 Interface Harness
  • Includes Metra 40-LX10 Antenna Adapter

Compatible With

  • Lexus LS430 2001-2006

  • Radio Housing
  • Brackets
  • Pocket
  • (2) Panel Clip brackets
  • (4) Panel clip bracket screws #4 x 3/8"
  • Panel clips (2)
  • (4) #8 x 3/8" truss-head Phillips screws
  • (4) #8 x 3/8" pan-head Phillips screws
  • Interface Harness
  • Antenna Adapter

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