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Metra 99-8230 Single DIN Dash Kit with Pocket for Toyota Scion 2004-2011 Vehicles

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Metra 99-8230 Single DIN Dash Kit with Pocket for Toyota Scion 2004-2011 Vehicles

Single DIN Installation Dash Kit For 2004-2011 Toyota Scion vehicles Accommodates ISO single DIN mount with pocket Designed and manufactured with precision tolerances, resulting in a gapless fit between the dash and the kit. Painted black to match factory dash color High-grade ABS plastic construction Factory style texture All necessary hardware to install an aftermarket radio.

Installation Instructions for Part 99-8230.pdf


  • Provides a spacious storage pocket and gapless fit while installing an aftermarket Single DIN car stereo
  • Perfectly accommodates ISO Single DIN mount
  • Painted and textured to match the company-fitted interior
  • Designed and constructed with precision tolerances
  • Top-Quality ABS plastic construction
  • Single Din Radio Installation Kit for Toyota Scion 2004-2011 Vehicles

Vehicle Fitment:


  • xA 2004-2006
  • xB 2004-2011
  • tC 2005-2011
  • xD 2008-2010

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