The Unit Includes: A) Radio trim panel, B) Brackets, C) (11) Panel clips, and Instruction manual
Metra has introduced the DP-3002B; finally you can add a double DIN radio to 1999 - 2002 GM full size pick up trucks. With a slight modification the air conditioner controls are moved down and the dash trim is made to accommodate a 6-1/2 inch or 7 inch double DIN radio.
Metra DP-3002B Dash trim panel for 1999 - 2002 Chevrolet full size trucks
Aftermarket replacement dash panel for GM trucks with Double DIN radio provision to accommodate larger modern day radio/stereo receivers
Accommodates Double DIN radio/stereo receiver
Finally you can add a double DIN car stereo to GM full size trucks
Fits vehicles that have message center in the factory instrument cluster
A great replacement for the factory dash panel
Ample space for a modern DDIN radio
No custom fabrication work is required
Scratch resistant matte black paint for elegant looks and durability
Fits the same as the OEM panel
Precision fit large panel replaces the factory dash panel seamlessly
Precision engineered panel made to scale with the stock panel eliminates the need of any custom fabrication work
Matte black finish offers great looks to the interiors and matches any radio/stereo system color/finish
Scratch resistant paint ensures longevity and prevents pesky scratches deteriorating the interiors of your vehicle
The kit comes ready to install without any fabrication work, reducing labor and installation cost
We show you how to properly wire subwoofers. There are many options with dual and single voice coil subwoofers and they all present different loads to your amplifier. We show you the do's and don'ts!
Learn the basics of an aftermarket car stereo installation. First we walk you through a step by step process of the wiring harness installation, then we show you how to mount the units using a dash kit.
It very easy to confuse your self and order the wrong Metra Wiring harness. For most vehicle's, Metra manufacturers two harnesses, one to replace a damaged OEM harness and the other to facilitate the installation of an aftermarket car stereo system. We show you the differences so you can choose the one you need.