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Metra DP-3002PWT Double DIN Dash Kit Combo for 1999-2002 GM Full-size Trucks and SUV's

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Metra DP-3002PWT Double DIN Dash Kit Combo for 1999-2002 GM Full-size Trucks and SUV's

This kit provides the ability to install an ISO DDIN aftermarket radio. The replacement dash panel is textured to match the factory appearance. The combo includes Metra DP-3002PWT Double DIN Dash Kit ,GM-4001 Harness and AD-GM1 Antenna Adapter


  • Metra DP-3002PWT Dash Kit:
  • ISO DDIN radio provision
  • Painted Pewter
  • GM-4001 Harness:
  • Plugs into car harness at radio (21 pin)
  • 5 inches long
  • AD-GM1 Antenna Adapter:
  • GM factory antenna connector
  • Mini barbed or barbless plug to aftermarket radio

This kit along with any other double din kit is made to fit US Spec double din radios which are 7" wide x 4" tall. Off-brand radios might require slight modifications. The screen size on the unit does not matter.

  • Metra DP-3002PWT Dash Kit 
  • Dash-panel
  • 2 Brackets
  • 11 Clips
  • Plugs into car harness at radio (21 pin)
  • Antenna connector

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