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Metra DP-3002SHL Double DIN GM Full-size Trucks and SUV's 1999-2002 - Shale

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Metra DP-3002SHL Double DIN GM Full-size Trucks & SUV's 1999-2002 Shale 

This kit provides the ability to install an ISO DDIN aftermarket radio. The replacement dash panel is textured to match the factory appearance.

Installation Instructions for Part DP-3002SHL.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf


  • ISO DDIN radio provision
  • Painted Shale

Wiring and Antenna Connections

70-1858 (models without a factory amp) (sold separately)
70-1859 (models with a factory amp) (sold separately)

Antenna Adapter
40-GM10 (sold separately)

Vehicle Fitment

(Models with message center in the factory instrument cluster)

  • Avalanche 2002-2002
  • Silverado 1500 1999-2002
  • Silverado 2500 1999-2002
  • Silverado 3500 2001-2002
  • Silverado 3500 (commercial) 2002-2002
  • Suburban 2000-2002
  • Tahoe 2000-2002

(Models with message center in the factory instrument cluster)

  • Sierra 1500 1999-2002
  • Sierra 2500 2000-2002
  • Sierra 3500 2001-2002
  • Yukon/Yukon XL (less Denali 01-02) 2000-2002

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.

• Radio trim panel
• Radio brackets
• Panel clips (11)

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