Unit includes: A) Radio / Climate Control Housing B) ISO Brackets C) ISO Trim Plate D) Interface E) Wiring Harnesses
Metra 99-7510HG Gloss Black Dash Kit Turbokit DIN Mazda RX-8 2004-2008 Vehicles (For Manual Climate Controls Only)
DIN Radio Provision with Pocket
ISO Mount Radio Provision with Pocket
TWO FINISHES AVAILABLE: 99-7510 = BLACK, 99-7510HG = GLOSS BLACK
For Manual climate control only
Retains factory climate controls in their original positions
Retains factory hazard switch
Display can be customized
Metra's patented Snap-In ISO support system
Under radio pocket
Recessed DIN mount
Utilizes the factory climate buttons to retain all existing features of the factory HVAC. User-configurable text may be added to factory display. Control clock functions, both 12 and 24Hr modes, with the engineered and supplied accurate crystal-controlled clock. Retained HVAC control indicators dim with headlights and backlight dims with vehicle dimmer control. HVAC status shown on upper display. OEM style connecters are included for audio/ climate/ hazard/ and display connections making it a simple plug-n-play installation. Step by step instruction manual with detailed illustrations also makes life easier. Software is USB updateable for application additions and/or technology improvements.
A) Radio / Climate Control Housing B) ISO Brackets C) ISO Trim Plate D) Interface E) Wiring Harnesses
Small Flat Blade Screwdriver/ Panel Removal Tool, Phillips Screwdriver, Socket Set and Cutting Tool
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