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A "double-DIN" dash means options

Two great kinds of stereos for a 4" tall dash opening

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    Matt Freeman from Crutchfield

    Posted on 10/5/2015

    Hi, Christian. You've got a good eye! It does look like the hazard button isn't integrated too well in that photo. However, as it turns out, we inadvertently depressed the button when securing the kit to the dash, and didn't notice it because we had the car's battery disconnected. I can assure you, though, that the kit looks great in that dash. Thanks for reading!

  • Christian from CA

    Posted on 10/4/2015

    the hazards button doesn't sit well in that mount.