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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Fits select 1997-2002 Honda and Saab vehicles — single-DIN radios

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Metra 99-7893 kit

The Metra 99-7893 kit allows you to install a single-DIN (2" 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.

Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit Reviews

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122 Reviews

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Written by: LeeP from New Jersey on January 10, 2016

1999 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This made the radio install look like factory.

Pros: Looks great

Cons: na

Works I Guess

Written by: TCoffin from California on December 29, 2015

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The instructions did not reflect a 2000 Honda Civic. Per the Metra site, the correct kit is 99-7896. Luckily the Metra site had instructions for my vehicle and there were some online videos. After some frustration, I was able to complete the install.

Pros: Holds the new stereo. Free with purchase from Crutchfield.

Cons: Wrong instructions. Low quality plastic -- poor finish and rough edges. Small storage compartment.

Good looking and good fit.

Written by: Jim from Greenwood, Indiana on December 27, 2015

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

It was a snap to install with just a small amount of cutting for a 99 Honda Civic.

Pros: Looks professional.

Cons:

Doesn't fit 2001 Saab 9-3 without lots of cutting

Written by: going_28 from Audubon, Pennsylvania on September 19, 2015

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This doesn't fit (2001 Saab 9-3 base) at all without cutting about 3/8" off the top, and all snap-in tabs. After that, it looks great, I think, but it doesn't sit flush. Sits about 1/4" back from the face, which for me is fine. The cut top piece hides neatly under the pop-out cup holder, as long as you don't cut it too short.

Pros: Looks pretty good when all the required work is done.

Cons: Doesn't fit as advertised.

Easy

Written by: Tony from Mississippi on August 27, 2015

1999 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Simple and easy. Looks like it was original equipment. Stereo installed in an hour.

Pros: Perfect Fit.

Cons: None.

Piece of crap

Written by: Anonymous from Virginia on July 23, 2015

2002 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Does Not Fit on 2002 Saab 9-3 SE.

Pros: No Pros

Cons: Doesn't fit

Not a perfect fit

Written by: Dan from South Carolina on May 13, 2015

2001 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This plate was advertised to fit a 2001 Saab 9-3 SE, but there was quite a bit of trimming to make it work. The top two clips had to be removed in order to make it fit the space. Advertising that it requires trimming and how to do it (dremel on low speed) would be nice.

Pros: Inexpensive. Easy to trim with a dremel.

Cons: Not a snap in fit.

Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Anonymous from Minnesota on April 17, 2015

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

It fits! Doesn't rattle! Whats not to like?

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works but not the best fitment

Written by: PierreTheKing from California on April 12, 2015

2000 Honda Prelude
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Gets the job done but isnt very sturdy the bottom shelf part doesn't click into the housing

Pros: looks ok

Cons: wiggles around

fit with manipulation

Written by: Anonymous from N. Wilkesboro NC on April 2, 2015

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Good product although in my 00 civic it wouldn't fit like it was supposed to but I turned it upside down and it worked perfectly. The clips on it may ha e needed to be trimmed but I decided against it

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Anonymous from Delta Junction, AK on February 8, 2015

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Fits like a glove!

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Review for Instilation Kit.

Written by: Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit from Ogden Utah on December 31, 2014

1998 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The top of the dash kit bows in when installed correctly according to the instructions which I received.

Pros: None.

Cons: Does not fit well. Bows out.

1999 Honda Civic, Perfect Fit.

Written by: Rz from Florida on December 4, 2014

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

It fits perfectly in a 1999 Honda Civic, just read the instructions.

Pros: Perfect Fit

Cons: The storage slot is small, like my lighter gets stuck, I can't reach it without using a pen. I'm a thin guy, my hands are not fat. Metra could have made a larger storage area.

Junk

Written by: Anonymous from Indiana on November 6, 2014

2001 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Total garbage! Does not fit like they say.

Pros: None

Cons: Everything

Fine for SAAB OG9-3

Written by: Trevor from Columbus, OH on October 5, 2014

2000 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

10 minutes or less with a dremel and this fits as well as you should expect. Press fit is tight laterally. No complaints. Is it perfect? No. But hey, it's a 14 year old car. I'm happy.

Pros: FREE! Works with minimal effort.

Cons: Takes a little time, tools and thought to fit it.

Dash Kit

Written by: olfaraci from Cerritos,Ca on September 9, 2014

2000 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

standard install with this kit, easy to use and understand instructions

Pros: Snap and your done

Cons: had to sand down the edges of the storage bin, the lip of the bin had some jagged plastic.

The reason why its free

Written by: GraysonJ. from Holly Springs, NC on April 9, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I drive a '99 Saab 9-3 and even though Crutchfield insist that this in-dash receiver fits my car, it doesn't, at all. Its too tall so now I'm stuck deciding on whether I should trim this free one or go buy another one that actually fits. Also the tabs where my head unit would go are a pain to remove. I have to saw them off and file the edges down if I choose to use this kit. The storage pocket is also rather small. I can fit my wallet so it really isn't that bad. Its just my fingers can't reach the back cause my knuckles are to big to fit in, so if anything were to get stuck back there it'd be a pain to get it. Other then that its a sturdy unit. Im sure if it actually fit it'd do its job just fine.

Pros: -Storage pocket can hold wallet and phone in a more convenient place -Pretty sturdy considering its free

Cons: -Doesn't even fit my car -Tabs are a pain to get off. I have to saw them off and file the edges down.

In-dash receiver kit

Written by: Obiedoer from Gardner KS on April 2, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Works great .. but the opening below the face plate is too small ... it would be better if it was rectangle and not rounded at the corners... can get to cell phones to fit.

Pros: works

Cons: openning to small for items under the face plate.

Metra 99-7893 In-dash Receiver Kit in 1999 Honda Civic

Written by: Tyler G from Fremont, Ca on March 1, 2014

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Nice, simple install. Clean look and sturdy.

Pros: Sturdy build, easy install

Cons: Storage pocket is smaller than the dash kit this replaced, lost ability to store my garage door opener beneath deck.

Nice Adapter

Written by: Jon from Christiana, TN on February 20, 2014

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The tabs can be laborious to remove. Be sure you have a sharper box cutter than I did. On the plus side, if you need those tabs, they seem to be pretty sturdy. This kit fit my 99 Civic very well and looks snug once installed. Everything feels sturdy and secure so far. The pocket seems like it could be bigger given the space it has, but it does feel thickly-walled and sturdy.

Pros: Good and sturdy fit in 99 Civic, nice enough looking.

Cons: Tabs are a bit laborious to remove; the pocket seems like it could be bigger.

Watch the tabs

Written by: MSN from Leawood, KS on January 15, 2014

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

It works like it should, but the tab removal process is a little confusing if you don't pay attention, which I didn't. Make sure you remove the correct tabs so you don't have to stuff an old sock (or 3) under the dash to keep it in place. Also, the slot at the bottom is so deep that anything small you put in there will have to be fished out of there with a stick since hands can't fit.

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Install kit

Written by: Mark from Novato, California on January 3, 2014

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Easy to use, simple install

Pros: Good fit and instructions

Cons: Rough edges

Needed significant modification in a Saab 9-3

Written by: Skip M from Chicago on December 30, 2013

2002 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This is not a direct fit for the double-DIN hole in a stock Saab 9-3 (2002). Needed significant attention from a belt sander. Free and worth what I paid.

Pros: Came free with the receiver. Adds a little cubby instead of just a blank panel.

Cons: Didn't fit! Cheapy hard plastic. Not very good looking but I made it work.

Does not fit Saabs

Written by: Lee from Alexandria, VA on November 23, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Despite Crutchfield's claim, this does not fit Saab cars, and Metra does not claim it fits Saab cars. After quite a bit if time with a Dremel, I was finally able to make it fit , but there is still no way to secure it in the space (other than a super tight fit). It does not support the radio bracket adequately, and I had to add spacers in the back to keep the radio from tilting. The storage space is unnecessarily small and needlessly tapers toward the back. Had I realized up front it didn't fit my car, I would have looked for an alternative.

Pros: It was free.

Cons: Did not fit my Saab. Storage space could have been bigger.

Will it really fit?

Written by: WillP from Omaha, NE on October 21, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This product looks nice enough out of the box, until I had the realization that this wasn't designed to fit my car and that it is only close to the same dimensions. I drive a '99 Saab 9-3 and had to double check my order when looking at this package. I had to trim off approximately 1/2" from the top side and am not very happy with the end appearance but it had to be altered in order to fit. I would have liked knowing beforehand that this wouldn't fit so that I could've shopped around to find a better fitting option.

Pros: The storage pocket is a nice size.

Cons: Did not fit and Did not know beforehand

Saab 9-3 Alpine radio install

Written by: Jerry from wyckoff, NJ on October 13, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

As it is not an exact fit product, there is some necessary skill in installing this bracket for the radio. Just being informed when you buy it would have been nice. In the end it is not that difficult to do, just have to spend some time to trim down the unit about 5/16" carefully and evenly. if you have a trim plate for the Alpine radio and put the sleeve in and the radio, before you try to install the unit, put the trim on the radio and match the amount you cut off the plate to match the top of the radio trim, provided you put the radio on the top of the adaptor plate. If you cut it down exactly to the trim plate it will fit reasonably snug as well.

Pros: Looks fine when all done as described.

Cons: Not if you are not handy with a hacksaw and files. I used the Hacksaw for the first cut then I used a table grinder to get it closer then the file to bring it exactly where it need to be.

Good Receiver Kit

Written by: Bob M. from Lewes, DE. on September 30, 2013

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Easy to use once modified to fit new/replacement radio. Needed to cut out old style radio face control knob holes.

Pros: Radio mounts easily into receiver. Snaps in dash easily.

Cons: Will need modification to fit all receivers that do not have the old style radio control knob stems.

Not very good

Written by: TerryA from Dublin OH on September 27, 2013

I purchased a new head unit, speakers, and various installation parts from Crutchfield. I was very pleased the whole purcase experience except this piece. I had to remove tabs and cut out parts in order to use it with my head unit. A less generic kit would been much better: I particularly had trouble removing the supports for dual-spindle head units without damaging the rest of the (somewhat flimsy) kit.

Pros: It worked

Cons: Difficult to customize, a bit flimsy

great!

Written by: Anonymous from Rapid City, SD on September 22, 2013

1998 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Fits awesome, just don't like that the pocket is super small. I have tiny hands and can barely grab things that fall to the back.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: APC from California on August 10, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I expected it to fit right into the space after removing my factory radio...it did not. There was quite a bit of cutting and filing to make it happen. The final outcome was good though. You just need lots of patience to get there.

Pros: Price was low enough to warrant purchase.

Cons: Wish my Crutchfield advisor had mentioned that it would need modification to fit my car. Imagine my surprise when I opened the shipping package to see Honda written all over the product material.

Metra In Dash Receiver Kit

Written by: Just Listening from Bristol, TN on July 27, 2013

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Removed the factory stereo from my 2000 Honda Civic and installed a Sony CDX-GT710HD with this receiver kit. Looks good and fits perfectly. The kit provided an open storage slot (phone, ipod, etc.) that I didn't have before. Highly recommend.

Pros: Perfect fit

Cons: None

Disappointing In Dash receiver Kit

Written by: Macko from Chesapeake VA on May 23, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I have never been disappointed with an order from Crutchfield until I received this in dash kit that I bought for my daughter as part of her Christmas Present. The radio, wiring harness, speakers, and the installation instructions were top rate, but this piece of plastic leaves a lot to be desired. Ok, it did what it was supposed to do. The radio fit the in the kit, and the kit fit the car, It works and was easy to install. However once the installation is complete you have to live with the appearance and uselessness of the final product. The size of the opening of the little compartment is miniature and the textured finish is cheesy and cheap looking. Granted this is installed in a 1999 Honda CRV, not a Lexus or Mercedes ... , and my daughter has not complained a bit, but as you can see in the picture, there is plenty of room to expand the oval opening to a more useful, taller wider and deeper squared-off-corner compartment with a much nicer finish for a better appearance.

Pros: Functional, nice fit, easy to use,

Cons: Cheap appearance of the textured plastic and small useless

Great product !!

Written by: David A from Clinton oh on May 14, 2013

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great fit, great look, sure made installation a breeze !

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Great fit

Written by: Brewmyown from Crystal Lake, IL on May 13, 2013

1999 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The kits make installing very easy

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Disappointing

Written by: doss from San Ramon on May 5, 2013

1999 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The finish is not good. Sharp things sticking out of the storage compartment mouth. If you zoom the picture above you can actually see it.

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Awesome!

Written by: Warcy96 from Syracuse, NY on May 1, 2013

2000 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I can't figure out why everyone wants to hate on the pocket underneath I guess they want the crutchfield fairy to magically make more space in the dash where the stock stereo was the pocket is as big as it can be. I think the pocket is perfect for your phone and wallet because it doesn't slide around. It's easy to install and looks like it came with the car

Pros: Easy install Fits well Loveeee the pocket Looks great

Cons: There's no such thing as a crutchfield fairy

Small storage compartment

Written by: Easton from Charleston, SC on April 28, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The storage compartment underneath where the stereo sits is extremely small

Pros: Free

Cons: Small storage

good product

Written by: Anonymous from rochester ny on March 22, 2013

1995 Ford F Series
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

It worked but I had to modify it, I have a 99 saab 93, and crutchfeild say this world work it does but you have to take the top rail off...

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Anonymous from Covington, KY on March 15, 2013

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Good build looks nice fit well

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Try to figure your own install

Written by: Ohio from Marion. Ohio on February 2, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Did not like the storage pocket.

Pros: ?

Cons: The pocket is too small and fingers can't reach the bottom.

Perfecr Fit!

Written by: Chris W from Tannersville, PA on November 27, 2012

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This mounting adaptor is perfect! Looks like it came with the car!

Pros: Perfect fit. Matches rest of dash.

Cons: None

In dash kit

Written by: Horksprade from Sedona, AZ on October 20, 2012

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Worked great went in without an issue.

Pros: Decently made and black color works well with dash. People complain about its strength, but unless you crank hard on it will break. It's plastic!

Cons: Nothing.

In dash kit for Honda CRV 1999

Written by: kenwald007 from Cincinnati, Ohio on August 4, 2012

1999 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I only gave this product 4 stars because of the bin under the radio is about half the size of the OE bin i use this bin for alot of things now i don't have the space for some of my things. That is really the only down side o this kit. the fit and finish is excellent looks almost like and OE install.

Pros: Ease of use and fit and finish.

Cons: Bin is half the size of the OE

find another insert.

Written by: JesseB from San Marcos, TX on August 1, 2012

2000 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This DIN insert is horrible. I was not able to get it to stop squeaking, and the storage tray is useless. Find another one on-line.

Pros: It fits, i guess.

Cons: Won't stop squeaking. Storage tray is useless.

Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Bentley from lancaster pa on July 31, 2012

2000 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Snapped like a twig when I tried to install. Plastic broke when trying to knock out the knowouts. Glad it was free or I would have been .....

Pros: Nice fit.

Cons: Crappy construction.

ok but could be better

Written by: tg from billings, mt on July 29, 2012

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The texture could have matched the vehicle better and the cubby could have been a lot bigger.

Pros: free

Cons:

Easy install, great fit

Written by: KenE from Ohio on July 26, 2012

2001 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This is my 3rd Crutchfield installation in a Honda CRV and the first time I had to trim any plastic off the installation kit. I was kind of bummed about that but the trimmed-out edges are not visible once you install the receiver trim ring. The installation of a JVC receiver fit perfectly and was snug and secure. The install went exactly according to instructions.

Pros: Quick and easy install Good instructions Good fit and finish

Cons: This is a petty gripe but I liked the old Honda dash kits I got from Crutchfield better than this one.

Fits well, but could be nicer.

Written by: DaveM from California on July 17, 2012

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The receiver kit fit perfectly, however the cubbie is too small for most anything and the plastic is cheap. Even with the same plastic a resized cubbie would reduce the amount of plastic showing. Used in a 2000 Civic EX coupe. Given the original radio used screws to secure the radio from behind, this kit could also use those mounting holes for a more stable fit.

Pros: Fits perfectly, it was free and easy to install.

Cons: Could be a more asthetic design.

At least it was free

Written by: paste from Siloam Springs AR on July 5, 2012

2004 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This turned out to be useless for a 2004 Honda Odyssey. The clips were not sized right to engage the dash and just would not clip in at all. The original stereo has little steel angle clips fastened to it that attach to the dash interior with 4 bolts, and I figured out that I could attach those clips to the new radio, and attach the old storage compartment below it attached to the new radio just like the stock radio. Even if this face plate did fit the vehicle properly, the DIN sleeve attachment to the faceplate was hokey, and the radio would have been rattling around like crazy.

Pros: I didn't pay anything for it.

Cons: Unattachable to vehicle, crummy attachment to radio. One more hunk of plastic to hit the landfill or recycling center.

Just OK

Written by: Anonymous from McDonough,Ga. on June 29, 2012

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Received this kit free with my stereo purchase so I wont complain too much. The universal fit is something I expected,but I didnt realize that you would have to "cut" tabs off of the main piece. Ive dealt with other kits in the past that were easier to use and seemed of better quality. Also that stupid useless pocket! Who in their right mind though that it would be a good idea to make the pocket that size!!!!!! Utterly ridiculous. But it was free and it fits so I give it 3 stars

Pros: Free with my purchase Fit

Cons: Quality storage pocket

Good

Written by: Atreyu from NY on May 23, 2012

1999 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Works great. You do have to cut it in order to fit a saab but not too hard, take your time and it looks amazing. only 4 star because I had to cut it. Pocket is a little small

Pros: Works good

Cons: Pocket is a little small, Have to cut

Not a finished looking design, but works.

Written by: Peter J from Anchorage, AK on May 17, 2012

2001 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This receiver kit was free with my car radio purchase. It mounted and fills the space properly, but could be molded better. A smooth finish (rather than the rough surface it has) would fit in with my, and most dashboards better. And I don't understand why it's shelf is so small. I'll get used to it.

Pros: Works.

Cons: Be careful, as the plastic seems brittle.

Fast easy install

Written by: Como651 from Minneapolis, MN on May 9, 2012

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Not much to say other than this kit is easy to install and looks professional once in.

Pros: Easy install

Cons: None

Poor fit, too big for my Saab

Written by: WUK from Grand Rapids, MI on May 1, 2012

1999 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I still haven't got this thing into position. It's too large for the opening in the dash and interferes with the cup holder which is located directly above the radio.

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Honda CRV/Prelude Kit

Written by: Honda CRV/Prelude Kit from Denver, CO on April 28, 2012

2000 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Kit was fit-for-purpose but esthetically the storage compartment would be more pleasing and functionaly if it had been squared out versus rounded.

Pros: Easy installation and fit

Cons: Rounded storage area not as eye pleasing, functional or best use of space.

Terrible Box

Written by: Mr. Orange from Los Angeles,CA. on April 28, 2012

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The box was too small. I was dissatisfied with the size and did not installed it. I used my old box which had alot more room.

Pros: cnone

Cons: The storage tray was small, ugly design

Functional but poor designed slot

Written by: s from Raleigh, NC on April 21, 2012

2003 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The kit fit well into our Honda Odyssey but the slot is deceptively narrow. There is plenty of room for a larger slot and I feel like we've lost space there. If you drop coins into the slot, it's hard to retrieve them.

Pros: Fits well

Cons: Slot design is not very nice

Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Anonymous from Sean on April 4, 2012

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Opening too small to get my hand in, needs to be wider like the factory version.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Anonymous from St. Louis, mo on April 2, 2012

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Worked like it supposed to

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: wis from hazleton pa on March 17, 2012

2004 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

good product for the price just has a few down falls

Pros: strong plastic easy to install great price

Cons: small opening to store stuff hard to get something out of it if it falls back inside

Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Anonymous from Salt Lake City, UT on March 9, 2012

2003 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Easy to use and fit perfectly, but the storage tray is too small.

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Doesnot have a snug fit on Honda Odyssey 2003

Written by: MJ from Albany, NY on March 7, 2012

2003 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I purchased this to replace my oem stereo with JVC deck. This product doesnot have snug fit that comes with factory stereo. There is too much wobble in the deck, it is more like deck is resting on it rather than fit into it.

Pros: easy to pop in

Cons: will not fit your deck securely.

Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Anonymous from Orem, UT on February 26, 2012

2000 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

fit's perfectly... didn't have a single problem with it!

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Perfect

Written by: Dale from Southern Pines, NC on February 8, 2012

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Could have not been any easier to install, perfect fit

Pros: excellent

Cons: none

HondaAdapterKit

Written by: SteveR from Alexandria, VA on February 4, 2012

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

First of all, I did not need or use this, since my Kenwood receiver bolted right in to the stock side brackets on my Prelude, but this wasn't going to fit the hole contour like the original anyway.

Pros: I'm thinking....no.

Cons: Front pocket is a joke. Why so small? Stock pocket is full-size.

Fits well but the pocket is too small

Written by: Anonymous from Pittsburgh, PA on February 2, 2012

2000 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

It fits the car great but the pocket is almost pointless. My hand can not fit inside it to reach anything that slides to the back of it.

Pros: Fits car.

Cons: Can't reach the back

Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Paul from Portland, OR on January 31, 2012

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Worked perfectly, but would've like the storage space below the head unit to be a little bigger

Pros: Perfect fit

Cons: Storage space could be bigger

Just a little flimsy

Written by: Bigdog from St. George, Utah on January 30, 2012

1999 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The one that came with the original shipment was cracked on one side and made it unusable. It was over the holidays and Crutchfield sent me out a new one. It makes the installation very clean. It makes the 2Din to 1Din conversion clean and easy. I am a little worried about how it will hold up long term

Pros: Easy installation and fit well

Cons: Not very substantial as to quality.

Perfect fit

Written by: David from Alabaster, AL on January 25, 2012

2001 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This trim kit fit perfectly in my 2000 Honda Odyssey. Looks good!

Pros: Works perfectly

Cons: None

Free for a reason

Written by: Pham from Irvine, CA on October 8, 2011

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This came free with my purchase. I soon found out why. It fit was ok, it never felt like it was securely into my car. My main concern was that nothing was holding it to the car. No screws or anything... Any punk kid with a screwdriver couldve ripped it out in less than a minute. I bought a Metra Kit and it is now securely installed into my car. It would take much more time and effort to steal.

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Pocket too small and too much work

Written by: KevinO from Indianapolis on August 10, 2011

2003 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The pocket was too small, and when I thought I would use it anyway I decided not to go through with all the work required to cut out the tabs at the top. The directions say to use a utility knife, but it seemed that would take forever. For my '03 Honda Odyssey I ended buying the Scosche Honda/Nissan In-Dash Install Kit UI3050, and to get it installed with the pocket and the original mounting bracket I had to use the pocket brackets that said they were for Nissans.

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Does the job, but Pocket in too small

Written by: Jack from Washington, DC on July 9, 2011

2000 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Adequate for the receiver installation in a 2000 Honda Odyssey, but the pocket height is so short and the pocket so deep I cannot retrieve items like glasses or a pen that are at the back. Need to fix this loss of capacity and utility for owers with a bigger pocket. Previous Honda kit in my 1996 Accord didn't sacrifice pocket capacity as much as this kit does.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: nate from nashville TN on May 18, 2011

1999 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

has a cheap look to it. doesn't hold stereo as securely as i would like , not bad, but
could be better. pocket is crazy small. BUT....it does fit in the hole nicely and was
included free with stereo purchase ....so for the price...you know. oh and it works
with knob style stereos too, so if you're putting a 8track or cassette player in your
late 90's honda this is for you!...huh?

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Anonymous from Worcester, MA on May 13, 2011

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I got this for free when I purchased CD player for my Honda Civic 2000 sedan.
This allows you to install the new system as it's designed, I mean that you can
easily slide out the player to reach the rear of the unit. The downside is that
this has much smaller pocket than the original square pocket (deeper, though). I
chose not to use this to keep the original square pocket. I need a good space to
keep small things including some CDs. I don't have easy access to the rear of
the CD player, but I still think it's okay for me.

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It does the job

Written by: ChrisK from Superior, CO on May 1, 2011

2002 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This kit fits exactly for our 2002 Honda Odyssey and assembling it was an easy
task. The build quality is okay; mine has some extraneous plastic bit sticking
on the front panel that I need to cut off because it was very sharp. The pocket
was too narrow but yet very deep, and it makes it very hard to reach small
things that lay flat on the back.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Jeff H from Boston MA on April 7, 2011

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The install kit was not a perfect fit for my civic and I have to dremel the trim. The harness was perfect.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Bill from Bristol, Va. on March 6, 2011

1999 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I give this mount a middle of the road rating because I did not need it. The Kenwood
unit's screw holes matched the existing mounting holes in my Honda. Check your own
vehicle before utilizing this mount unless you want the slide in and out ability it offers.

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Absolute MUST for Honda CR-V install

Written by: Joe from Tampa,FL on February 20, 2011

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I called Crutcfield after obtaining my stereo, BUT before install. While I had
their Wiring Harnes I wanted to avoid added expense of this face plate. Their advisor
convinced me differently, explaining I would have open spaces around my
new receiver, which I surlely did not want. I bought and used the plate and must say it
worked and looks great. Thank you again Crutchfield! Note this plate comes free if you
buy receiver from them!

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Receiver kit fits well

Written by: SteveP from Atlanta on February 17, 2011

Fits perfectly, no issues. The only downside is that the pocket beneath the receiver is
deep and narrow making it difficult to retrieve things that are at the back of the pocket.

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Terrible pocket/storage with this kit

Written by: Jim from Goldsboro, NC on December 21, 2010

1999 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

As others have said here the pocket/storage size of this kit is two narrow and deep
to be usable. The insert fits snugly enough and would be great but for this. Hard to
understand why a company as good as Crutchfield appears to be would sale this
as their kit. The radio I purchased is great but I miss my previous very usable
storage space. This is a sacrifice the customer should not have to make.

I broke off the wrong clips at the bottom of mine so it doesn't always stay snugly
in place. That was my fault but just adds to my frustration with this kit.

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Honda radio mounting kit used for Saab

Written by: Brian from Massachusetts on November 16, 2010

Ordered a Pioneer DEH6200 from the outlet. Great unit, great price, very happy. The free mounting kit for my 2002 Saab 9-3 convertible is worthless however. Kudos to Crutchfield for the wiring harness that worked flawlessly. I would have been happy if they simply told me the supplied mounting kit was going to be useless regardless of the amount of trimming required.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Chief Bob from Baytown, TX on October 27, 2010

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

A good fix and works fine. I wish it had more support and I put some folded foam under
the "pocket" and the frame of the car for extra security.

Also, the little storage compartment is about 1/3 the size of the factory tray. I can no longer
store everything I did before. The radio fit works as designed, though.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Rick B. from Maylene. AL on October 18, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

"Had an initial problem with not all items needed for installation. Just took one call to
my "hero's" at Crutchfield to remedy! Storage pocket too deep/small for reasonable
access.

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In Dash Receiver Kit

Written by: IF from NYC on October 13, 2010

1997 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Overall nice product with decent plastic quality. I like the fact that it is one
piece as opposed to 2. The original Honda radio piece was much higher quality.
To install my JVC radio there had o be some modification/ cutting of plastic-
but not too bad. The pocket should also not be as deep since it is harder to
reach small items. Would also have liked the pocket to be rectangular instead of
oval.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Brian from Colonial Heights, VA on September 9, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Not bad, workable. Would have prefered to have a better fit option for my vehicle. Worked out OK in the end.

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Don't Buy it

Written by: Paul from Fresno, CA on September 9, 2010

1999 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Crutchfield rocks when it comes to tech support, and finding the right item. They have always gotten me the right item. It will fit when guaranteed to fit. However, this mounting kit is flimsy, and it just looked cheap. I love the stereo, but I ended up buying a new mounting kit.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Richard from Tyron, NC on September 7, 2010

1997 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Fit OK, but the finish is a bit 'iffy with sharp edges around the edge of the pocket.

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Worthless

Written by: Novice_in_Indy from Indianapolis, IN on August 25, 2010

2004 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The only thing this dash kit has going for it is how easy it was to install. Unfortunately, that is also it's greatest weakness! It will pull out with the slightest of tugs. Great news for anyone looking to steal your stereo. And the pocket is absolutely worthless since my hand won't fit inside of it to pull out anything I've placed in it. Do yourself a favor and buy a real dash kit!

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Ugly and Useless

Written by: kirsch92 from WA on August 11, 2010

2004 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

As many other reviewers have mentioned, the pocket it too small to be of use. Nor will using it result in a solid mount. But hey it was free.
I mounted a Sony single DIN unit in a 2004 Honda Odyssey without using it. I was able to use the factory mounts and the OEM pocket instead. A very minimal gap is barely visible above and below, but it looks WAY better than this.

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Not what I wanted, but it was as described

Written by: David from Eldersburg, MD on August 3, 2010

2003 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I bought a new receiver with rear mounted USB and bluetooth microphone to replace factory installed stereo and in dash 6 CD changer for 03 Honda Odyssey. I wanted some place for the USB and mic cables to come out on the dash and something to fill the space in console where one unit was replacing two.

This piece of thin plastic was not good, but after modification it worked "ok." I was supposed to mount the radio in "DIN" style sheet metal sleeve supported by this plastic frame (no other attachment to dash!). That was totally unacceptable as plastic faceplate clips failed to hold when test fit per instructions. I used factory brackets (after drilling to match holes on new stereo) for SOLID mount. Then cut away clips that did not mate console properly, removed shaft mount plates to fit over stereo. I drilled 1/2 inch hole in pocket to allow USB and mic wires into pocket (which is too small for anything else as others say ). I placed hard rubber gasket ring from new stereo to hold this piece of plastic in console. This piece does match console & stereo as I mounted it (with factory mounts screwed to stereo and dash), but it would NEVER have worked as described in instruction manual. Clips did not hold tight into console or dash opening and stereo would have flopped around w/ only DIN pocket holding it. Any bump would have cracked the faceplate. If I hadn't gotten it free, I would have returned the mounting kit as not worth the price.

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Functional but poor quality

Written by: joking777 from Nokesville, VA on July 28, 2010

2001 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

When installed in my '01 Odyssey it had to be installed upside down (pocket on top) or it wouldn't clip in correctly. As others have mentioned the pocket is so small, but deep, that you can't get small things out of the back of it. Also, the edge of the pocket had sharp pieces of plastic that I had to shave off. Overall it works if you aren't picky, but you get what you pay for.

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Fits but ugly

Written by: gEExr from Portland, OR on July 13, 2010

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This fit my honda civic 2000, but it is ugly. Does not matches with my dashboard. The round hole is ideal for holding an ipod/iphone, but nothing else.

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Ugly Kit

Written by: Debasis from Edison, NJ on June 16, 2010

2004 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The kit came for my Odyssey and it is pig ugly. Not polished at all, dimensions are off. Somebody can easily pry off the receiver in 30 seconds. Crutchfield purchase was good for everything else than this kit.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Andrew from Derry, NH on April 13, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Even thought the in dash receiver kit was free with my purchase I did not use it . This was going in an 03 Honda Odyssey and I wanted it to look like the original installation. I did not like the round pocket and the depth of it. Like some of the other reviews said , if you dropped anything small in it you could not reach it with your hand. Also there was no way to secure the receiver to this unit.

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Saab Owners Beware!

Written by: JimmyJam from Denver, CO on February 1, 2010

1999 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I wish I had read through the reviews before I purchased this; because as someone had said before, it doesn't fit in a Saab as it is advertised to do. As I got everything ready to install, I removed the factory stereo and started to install this kit. I quickly realized there was no way it was going to ft into the dash. Thinking it was the wrong kit, I called Crutchfield Tech Support. The technician verified the make and model of my car and proceeded to tell me that the kit sent is the right kit and their installation notes stated that 3/16" needs to be shaved off of the top of the kit for it to fit in the Saab 9-3. I replied, "So, you don't actually have a kit that fits a Saab 9-3." He replied that this is all they had. I'm sure like the many of you, you don't work in a garage and have access to a lot of tools, so it took me about a week of asking people to find someone with a band saw that could help me mill down the top of the kit so it would fit in the car. This of course, takes off the clips that hold it into the dash as well. Luckily it fits very tightly and with a little finagling, I was able to get it to stay in place. Also, like the other users, I agree that the pocket could be bigger, though it does hold an iPod/iPhone nicely. However, if it were larger, it would better support the head unit, if you opt to mount it above the pocket (as I did). I found some hard foam padding to put in between them to add stability to the unit.

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Beavers

Written by: Brian from North Carolina on January 16, 2010

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I appreciated this accessory item, as it made the radio install so easy! It is functional, in that it wil hold CDs, pens, remotes, and other. Love it!

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: ptmoy from New York, NY on November 7, 2009

2001 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Fits fine, but a bit cheap looking. Bottom tray is completely useless. Unlike the original, the tray on this kit is so small that you can't get your hand into it to get stuff out. I made the mistake of putting the remote control in the tray. It quickly slid to the back. It was really frustrating trying to get it back out.

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fairly adequate

Written by: Michael from milwaukee on September 23, 2009

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

very straight-forward installation and fits well in my 2000 civic. would be nice if it had supports to help prop up the underside of the head unit and screw holes/brackets to secure to chassis.

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Works pretty well

Written by: axeman from Montana on June 22, 2009

2001 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This fits our Honda CR-V just great. Installed very quickly, seems to hold well. I read many of these reviews that said it is cheap and not strong enough. I'm not sure what was expected from this unit but it seems just fine to me. It fit the first time without any hassle, the deck seems to be very solid (we have lots of gravel roads in Montana) and the pocket fits an iPod just perfect. I drilled a hole in the back of the pocket to feed the USB cable of the deck through and so now the iPod plugs in easily and has a spot to sit nicely. Best part, it was included with the purchase of the deck!

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Does the job

Written by: Andy from Las Vegas, NV on June 1, 2009

1999 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Does the job, wish the pocket was slightly larger though. Fits snugly in a CR-V

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bad quality poor fit

Written by: tzwang from Lisle IL on May 15, 2009

1999 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

fit is not as secure

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bad engineering

Written by: Utkarsha from boston MA on May 10, 2009

2004 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Installed this in 2004 Honda Odyssey. The only thing that hold ( mounts ) this in dash are the plastic tabs on top and bottom. Running to the parts store today to see they have any better option I won't return this kit to crutchfiled since this was free anyway. Also as others have mentioned , the pocket you see in the picture is almost useless to keep anything. it's too narrow.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Bodie from Gville, FL on May 10, 2009

1999 Honda Prelude
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The only good thing
is it fit my car.
It is cheap plastic
and there is no
stabilizers with it.
It also doesn't
provide
customization so
that you can screw
it to the receiver
since none of the
holes matched my
receivers. It is a
basic, cheap,
generic plastic case
that should be
remodeled.

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2000 Civic In Dash Kit

Written by: William from Red Sox Nation, Hanover MA on May 2, 2009

2000 Honda Civic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This kit for Hondas is pretty straightforward. Though the Civic install may be a little more involved than most (the heater/AC controls are removed & reinstalled), just take your time and follow the directions. The finished install won't be mistaken as OEM but it looks and fits good, as does the radio. The lower storage space is retained as well.

Total time from start to finish: 2 hours, give or take.

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cheap and ugly with useless pocket!

Written by: Matt from Shepherdstown WV on April 17, 2009

2000 Honda Civic

The install kit for my 2000 Honda Civic EX is cheap and very ugly. It just snaps into the plastic bezel of your dash, thats it... Thats all that holds your new head unit in! The little pocket that is molded into it is 100% useless. Im looking for another kit to see if I can get something that looks more like stock or at least has a usable storage pocket. Coming from Crutchfield I never expected this level of quality....

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A tip on installation

Written by: John from Middleton, WI on April 2, 2009

1999 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Everything went together well, except for the order in which the radio is inserted into dash. Before sliding radio /housing into dash, connect all plugs. The instructions had you install the radio then hook up plugs, which would be impossible to reach. Radio should also be firmly attached to adapter before insertion as well. Bending prongs to hold the radio in bracket would be impossible if done after radio was in dash.

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Does not fit in Saab 9-3

Written by: John from Atlanta Ga on March 1, 2009

1999 Saab 9-3
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This unit does not fit in my 99 Saab 9-3. It is about 1/10 inch too wide and too tall to fit in the dash opening. I was able to trim the outer edges using a dremel tool to get the kit to fit. That being said, it is not very secure since it does not fasten with screws and the supplied plastic tabs did not secure the unit.

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Fits Perfectly

Written by: Priscilla from Texas on February 16, 2009

1997 Honda Prelude
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This fits perfectly in my 97 Honda Prelude. It snaps into place very tightly.
This is my second one (first was stolen - along with the radio) and both my
Alpine and JVC receivers fit snugly. No movement of the kit or the radio.

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Horrible

Written by: Jim from Bountiful, Utah on February 9, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This is the worst dash kit I have ever gotten for a car. It didn't fit right and looked bad in my car. I called crutchfield to try and get something different, the adviser said it was the only one for my van. I went to a local car stereo place and they hooked me up with one that fit great totally different style.

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Flimsy, cheap-looking, and disappointing

Written by: Keith from Chicago suburbs on January 31, 2009

2001 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This mounting pales in comparison to the sturdy way the OEM radio was mounted in our daughter's 2001 Honda CRV. To begin, the plastic is very thin, and the DIN frame flexes with respect to the pocket with the radio installed. I had to cement a wood spacer in the gap to keep the radio from bouncing. Additionally, I have very little confidence in the flimsy plastic prongs that hold the frame in the dash opening. As others have pointed out, including our daughter, the pocket is pretty useless because of its narrow opening and extreme depth. I know it's "free", but I would have preferred to pay a few dollars more for a mounting kit that looks more professional and is attached rigidly to the OEM brackets with screws.

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So-So

Written by: cabexbx from Pittsburgh, PA on January 24, 2009

2004 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

As others have said, this doesn't really lock or snap into place, it's just held in place by the trim. I was a little surprised that it didn't lock or bolt into place. To be honest I didn't read the other reviews prior to purchasing this. The pocket is a bit smaller than the stock pocket on our Odyssey, but it's not a huge deal.

It does fit nicely and we haven't had any troubles with it getting out of place. Would I buy it again? Maybe, maybe not. I'd think about it.

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Perfect fit!

Written by: Joseph from Charles Town, WV on January 17, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Installed in my daughter's 1999 Honda Civic. Easy install, perfect fit and it looks good! And free with my radio purchase. Kit is extra money elsewhere and very generic to fit a million vehicles. Thank you Crutchfield!

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Dan from Jacksonville, Florida on November 5, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

We did not use this kit for our van. We did not like the small pocket. It needed to be bigger.

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Misfit for Honda Odyssey

Written by: sthangirala from Texas on October 17, 2008

2004 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This unit does not match the interior dash and does not fit fill.
The stock unit came with solid brackets held by 4 screws. This one is kind of hanging to the dash trim.

As others have pointed out the pocket is too narrow (but quite deep). So if you drop the remote or small cellphone.. it will difficult to retrieve especially while driving.

I wish they but more thought in designing this since it is supposed to fit a standard 'Double din' opening.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Scott James from Wenatchee, WA on September 17, 2008

1998 Honda CRV
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Directions were right on and easy to install. Great finished look.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Chi from San Jose, CA on August 27, 2008

2004 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The kit covers the gaps around the receiver and that's all it's good for. It doesn't snap in place, more like held in place by the car trim.

The little slot can't fit anything other than a few CDs. The edges are rough - ou can't fit your hand inside it if you put small items that fall to the back and if you try to get it out, you scrape your hand really bad.

Whoever designed the kit never considering form and function. At least they could made the slot a little bigger. Oh well, it's free but I'd pay a little more for something you can use.

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Honda Civic Adapter

Written by: Roger from Swisher, IA on March 23, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I have dealt with Crutchfield for many years now, buying several different products and have never been let down. Their customer service would be hard to be by anyone. The knowledge and guidance offered by the professional technical assistance staff is outstanding. This particular installation took about 1 1/2 hours and only because of the superb installation literature included. The precision and clarity of the diagrams is wonderful. I will continue to purchase products from Crutchfield because I know they will always be there when I need assistance. This product was installed without a hitch and looks great in my civic.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Gary from Honolulu, Hawaii on March 18, 2008

I helped my brother install his Alpine deck and this kit was included. I wish the retaining tabs were a bit bigger. Not sure how well they will stay in place over time. We just put it in 2 days ago, so it is too soon to tell. I do have to say though that it was really easy to install.

The rim of the extra shelf's edges were really rough in some places, but i smoothed it down with my dremel and it was fine after that.

I found that the shelf's opening was too narrow for my fingers to reach the back. I suppose it is good for something big like 1 or 2 CD cases , but if you drop something in the back, it will be hard to get it out.

Overall, it was free with the purchase of the deck, so I can't really complain.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Jeffrey from Charlotte, NC on June 29, 2007

2004 Honda Odyssey
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I put this in my 2004 Odyssey, and it doesn't stay in place. The instructions say to "snap it in place", but that's not possible.

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Nice Installation Kit

Written by: jacob_z from Richmond, IN on November 23, 2005

1999 Honda Civic

This kit made it very easy to install my new JVC stereo in my Honda Civic. Installation took less than an hour. The only problem is that is seems a little flimsy, and it could probably break pretty easily. Other than that, a great installation kit.

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Great Product, Easy to install

Written by: Timothy from Philadelphia, Pa on November 3, 2005

2001 Honda Prelude
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I have never installed a car radio before, but with this install kit, it was so easy. I was able to understand the directions, and install my radio within 2 hours. Now it looks like a professional did the job. I saved alot of money by installing this and I recommend it to anyone looking to install their own equipment.

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Metra 99-7893 Dash Kit

Written by: Sunny from columbus, oh on June 16, 2005

I was somewhat disappointed to say the least that after only 4 months of having installed this mounting kit, it broke. The two plastic prongs on the bottom that hold it in place snapped off, causing the whole mounting kit (including my cd player) to fall out of the dash every time I'd shift gears or turn a corner or even hit the brake. Eventually, it came out completely and would not stay in, making it incredibly easy for any half-wit to steal the clarion deck from my car. The mounting piece needs more than just 2 small, flimsy, plastic prongs to hold it in place; they broke off in less than 4 months! That's insane. If it hadn't come free with my deck, I'd complain a lot more.

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