Unit Includes: DDIN Faceplate (excluding 2005-2008 matrix), ISO DIN Faceplate (excluding 2005-2008 matrix), ISO DIN Faceplate 2005-2008 Matrix, Pocket, Mounting Brackets, ISO Trim Plate, ISO Brackets, ISO Spacers, Rear Support, (4) #6x1/4” Phillip Screws and (4) #8x3/8” Phillip Screws
Metra Dash Kit 99-8205 Radio Installation Kit Toyota Matrix and Pontiac Vibe 2003-2008 Vehicles features:
ISO Double DIN Radio Faceplate (for 2003-2004 matrix) for easy installation of car stereos
ISO Single DIN Radio Faceplate (for 2003-2004 matrix) for easy installation of car stereos
ISO Single DIN Radio Faceplate (for 2005-2008 matrix) for easy installation of car stereos
Storage pocket below radio opening for single DIN installations
High-grade ABS plastic construction
Factory style fine/medium texture
Molded black plastic to match interior
Metra Install kits are manufactured from OEM quality ABS plastic designed to leave no gaps between the dash and the kit.
High temperature ABS plastic for high grade look
A) DDIN Faceplate (excluding 2005-2008 matrix)
B) ISO DIN Faceplate (excluding 2005-2008 matrix)
C) ISO DIN Faceplate 2005-2008 Matrix
D) Storage pocket
E) Mounting brackets
F) ISO trim plate
G) ISO brackets
H) ISO spacers
I) Rear support
J) (4) #6x1/4” Phillip Screws
) (4) #8x3/8” Phillip Screws
2003 - 2008 Matrix
2003 - 2008 Vibe
Single or Double DIN
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
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