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Metra 99-8300 1 or 2 DIN Dash Multi-Kit for Select Toyota/Pontiac

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Original price $0.00 - Original price $0.00
Original price $0.00
$36.95 - $36.95
Current price $36.95
Single DIN radio provision with pocket
Double DIN radio provision
Authorized Dealer

Installation Instructions for 99-8300.pdf

Compatible With
Pontiac Vibe 2003-2008
Scion FR-S 2013-up
Scion iQ 2012-up
Scion tC 2005-up
Scion xA 2004-2006
Scion xB 2004-up
Scion xD 2008-up
Subaru BRZ 2013-up
Toyota 4 Runner (excluding Limited) 2003-2009
Toyota Celica 2000-2005
Toyota Corolla 2009-up
Toyota Echo 2000-2005
Toyota FJ 2007-up
Toyota Highlander 2001-2007
Toyota Highlander 2013
Toyota Matrix 2003-2008
Toyota MR2 Spyder 2000-2005
Toyota RAV 4 2001-2005
Toyota Sequoia 2003-2007
Toyota Tundra 2003-2006
Toyota Yaris 2012-up
Toyota Yaris (3-door) 2007-2010
Toyota Yaris (4-door) 2007-2010

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness:
70-1761 harness or TYTO-01 premium interface
Antenna Adapter: 40-LX11 (select models only)

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver

Radio housing trim panel
Bracket #1
Bracket #2
Bracket #3
Bracket #4
Bracket #5
(4) #8 x 3/8" truss-head Phillips screws

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