Metra 95-7309 Dash Kit
For select 1995-2001 Hyundai models — double-DIN radios
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Item #: 120957309
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The Metra 95-7309 kit allows you to install a double-DIN (4" tall) car stereo in your vehicle's dash opening. Please enter your vehicle information or call an Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to find out if this kit is compatible with your vehicle. Warranty: 60 days.
Note: Most vehicles will require additional installation parts please identify your vehicle if you haven’t done so. You can also call an Advisor for more information.
If I could've I'd have given this product a lower review than "1".
Let's get something straight, I'm not downing the actual dashkit because it's just a dash kit and it didn't know any better. I'm downing Crutchfield for sending this out to me because it fits most radios in the first gen Santa Fe's.
I'm not car stereo-logistics but I guess the JVC's kW-v200bt dimensions are a bit different than that of the average double din stereo and because of that this dash kit didn't workout for me.
Overall this didn't fit and I ended up NOT using anything.
Pros: I learned the hard way but I learned
Cons: Crutchfield sent me the wrong dash kitCrutchfield response on October 21, 2015 After our Tech Support group contacted this customer to issue a refund for the kit and determine what went wrong, they tested this kit and verified it worked with the JVC KW-V200BT receiver.
Didn't fit my son's 2004 Santa Fe. Couldn't get the dash to fit.
Cons: Didn't fit 2004 Santa Fe!!
Pros: Easy to use
The included instructions were wrong for my stereo/vehicle installation. Although they specifically called for using the "thick" spacers with the mount, but in fact the only way my Kenwood radio fit in my 2003 Santa Fe was with NO spacers at all. After struggling for a week, trying to reassemble my dash, I came across the solution while reading an online review.
Retrospectively, I'm sure if I'd called a Crutchfield tech, they would have solved my issue immediately.
Pros: Good solution for a modest cost.
Cons: Incorrect instructions.
While functional and did the job, it was not perfect. The instructions included were incorrect for the model receiver I purchased. If it were not for ingenuity on my part it would not have worked at all.
Pros: Enough variations in hole locations to work with virtually any receiver. Allowance for vertical and depth adjustments
Cons: Needs model-specific instructions or no instructions at all. Included instuctions had me attaching it incorrectly. Better to include a sheet that says "Rots of Ruck" and let your imangination take over. If you have some common sense you can work around this.Crutchfield response on June 23, 2015 Whenever you encounter a problem with anything you purchase from Crutchfield, especially a situation like this, please contact our tech support team right away. They can help you solve the problem and get the stereo installed and working! Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.
This kit caused my the top of my head unit to bend in. It does not work well with the late model first gen santa fe's. If your having the same problem or notice that this kit causes your head unit to sit recessed, try the 95-7313 kit. it worked well for me, still required modification but not nearly as much as this kit would have.
Cons:Crutchfield response on June 1, 2015 Our Product Research team contacted our kit manufacturers to reevaluate the best solution for this vehicle.
This dash kit made the new radio easy to install.
Pros: perfect fot, does the job
Great product. Easy to install. The instructions for the spacers were off for my installation in a Hyundai. It called for the thick spacers, but no spacers worked best.
Pros: Easy installation.
Cons: May need to do trial and error with the spacers.
Fit the car perfectly and allowed us to have the new stereo installed and work in in 30 minutes or less.
Pros: Fit like a glove.
I purchased this to install a Pioneer FH-X700BT in a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe. The adapters to attach the head unit to the frame fit perfectly. The fascia piece fit around the head unit very well also. The final installation does have the head unit sitting a little more recessed than I would like. The final product is very professional and clean looking. The receiver kit works, but the instructions were not 100% accurate. The kit called for the thick shims included in the kit to be used. They are not necessary for installation in the 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe. My dash trim would not install with them in place. I removed the shims and all is now well. The plastic feels sturdy and the head unit does not budge.
Pros: Looks nice Feels sturdy
Cons: Instructions were not 100% accurate Radio is a little too recessed for my taste, but not bad looking.
Just like most of the reviews state, "This kit will not work for a 2003 Hyundai SantaFE". The only usuable parts that i found trying to install my Sony XAV-64bt were the side brackets. The front trim was too bulky to fit under the car dash and was useless;However, I have found a solution.
The Metra 95-7313 kit is the perfect fit for a 2003 Hyundai SantaFe w/Monsoon System stereo (perhaps the others as well, but not sure on that). Eventhough is not listed by either "Metra or Crutchfield" this kit is perfect match and it looks factory made. You do have to install the kit upside down on the Head Unit before it is installed in the car,(meanig the kit will have the three tabs facing up) but that doesnt matter at all because the trim of the kit is the same all around. Once you screw the stereo to the car, the dash will fall back in place and look like factory.
Keep in mind I had the Monsoon system, not sure if it applies to the other Santa fes' with the other stereo options.
Pros: it was free
Cons: Does not match, need a different one for my car
There is no way this kit was made to fit a 2002 Santa Fe. The side brackets work fine (hence two stars), but the front trim is much too large to fit my vehicle's trim panel; even if it did, I don't think the shape on the inside surface was correct. I checked out this kit on Metra's website, and the description specifies 'for Elantras and Sonatas'; no mention that it fits a Santa Fe (although the installation instructions that came with the kit do specify Santa Fe). I ended up trashing the front trim and installing the radio using only the side brackets as described by another reviewer. Like him, I now have a sizable gap around the radio; inserted a piece of black plastic (cannibalized from the front trim) for aesthetics. Doesn't look bad at all.
Cons: Nothing but; see review
It looks like it was made to fit about any 2 din installation. It worked fine and the radio is secure. It seems a little flimsy but with all of the proper mounting done my radio does not budge.
Pros: Versatile for different installations.
The only pieces I was able to use from this kit for my 04 Santa Fe were the side brackets. The front frame was too wide and bulky to fit under the stock dash trim. Only way to make it possible fit would be to dremmel a good deal of plastic outta the dash trim. I bought a kit so I wouldn't have to hack! I tossed the useless frame into the garbabge and now I have a nice gaping hole under my double din radio since there is no frame :(
I installed a Kenwood DPX-501 in my Hyundai Santa Fe. The only part of this kit that I used were the side mounts and the screws. The front didn't fit at all because of interference with the dash. I used the black bezel that came with the head unit and wound up shaving about an 1/8 inch off the top of it. If you're replacing a factory Monsoon system you may want to plan for more than one afternoon to do all the work required; especially if you're replacing the door speakers.
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For details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle. [ Krissy Jun 26, 2015 ] Staff
For details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle. [ Krissy Mar 11, 2015 ] Staff