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Metra 99-6514B Dash and Wiring Kit

Install and connect a new car stereo and retain the factory 4.3" screen in select 2011-up Dodge Chargers without the factory Alpine system

MFR # 99-6514B

Metra 99-6514B Dash and Wiring Kit

Metra 99-6514B Dash and Wiring Kit

Install and connect a new car stereo and retain the factory 4.3" screen in select 2011-up Dodge Chargers without the factory Alpine system

MFR # 99-6514B

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14 Dodge Charger metra double din installation

Robert from MARKHAM, IL on 9/12/2020

2014 Dodge Charger

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First of this is a very expensive radio kit with less than stellar quality in the materials used to make it. Instructions could be a bit more detailed. After about 3 updates from metra I was able to get the unit fully working. Meaning if you have dual climate control with the 8.4 inch uconnect and ha e beats audio set up. Be prepared for a download and update nightmare if you can looks pass the uconnect screen properly working tour ok. Other than that I ha e no issues. Other it could use a price adjustment to 250 almost this price is way to much for the quality of plastic and the mushy cheap buttons used for the heater replacement controls I would rate it a 7/10

Pros: Use of aftermarket radio Great customer service from metra

Cons: Price Cheap buttons and materials Vague directions

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Good kit that becomes great with a little work

Crutchfield customer from Owings, MD on 8/31/2016

2012 Dodge Charger

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Overall a pretty good product, which is good since it's the only option for us 4.3 inch Charger owners. Out of box the kits is good quality with clear instructions that result in nice fit and appearance in car. My new DDIN unit looks great! I chose to modify/add functionality to the kit 1. Added a female micro usb to male standard usb adaptor to retain factory remote usb outlet in center console. 2. Used Charger wiring diagram to tap into and add male AUX plug to retain factory remote AUX outlet in center console. 3. Disassemble 12 volt power plug from discarded factory cubby, drilled a one inch hole filed a small slot in the lower left side of kit dash panel to retain factory power outlet. There is plenty of clearance on and behind the lower left corner. 4. Removed and rerouted small led ambient light from discarded factory cubby and installed it in top of small factory cubby located below 4.3 inch display. Some of the buttons require two taps to activate. Also, the Charger has a 9 volt power signal from the factory radio that travels through the vehicle within the factory antenna coaxial cable to the antenna module. The module, located behind the passenger C-pillar trim, is an antenna amplifier powered by the 9 volt signal. Once the cable is separated from the factory radio the antenna module signal is lost, which leads to poor radio reception. I've yet to find a way to tap the 12 volt remote signal from my new head unit into the original co

Pros: Nice fit, great appearance, easily modified to retain ALL factory functions

Cons: A little work from Metra to complete the kit could easily make kit great.

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Not the greatest, but worked

Timmer from Knox, TN on 5/13/2016

2014 Dodge Charger

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I expected better for spending well over a few hundred for this kit. I got it to work, but with modifications. Had to break tabs, due to hvac cables, had to thicken top tabs, so they would lock in, side tabs, catch radio screen when rotating, more major issues to me was, loss of 12 volt plug with no access to now get to it, it's covered by lower part of in dash cover, sometimes rubber buttons take more then one bump "press" to activate. The internal box that connects to harness, some how now disabled my DRL s function, and some other settings, and after the car sleeps a while, my screens are in a foreign language infill after first startup. If there was another maker of this dash kit I could find, I would try theres, even if I burned the money I did pay for this kit. Just disappointed of what I got for what I paid, expected better. Contacted metra about these issues, still no reply from 2 weeks ago.

Pros: It did work, to some extent and some modifications, boxes were somewhat plug and play.

Cons: Had to slightly mod and cut on in dash piece to get it to not catch radio screen while rotating. Hvac cable in way of tabs. Loss of 12 volt plug, due to being covered by in dash cover, loss of some factory settings, and weird language change from controller.dash cover does not sit flush with dash completely.

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Metra 99-6514B Dash and Wiring Kit

JM from denton texas on 3/24/2016

2014 Dodge Charger

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Works great fits good easy install

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Cons:

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Metra 99-6514B Dash and Wiring Kit

Jon from kirkland, WA on 2/8/2016

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Bought this for my 2015 Dodge Charger and found that it sits a half inch to deep and does not sit flush with the Dash. I'm having a local shop trying to put it in but even they say its something they don't think they can do and they have been trying for 2 weeks.

Pros: Awesome if it would sit flush.

Cons: Does not sit flush with the Dash. More than likely have to return it.

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Metra 99-6514B Dash and Wiring Kit

duff from Virginia on 12/4/2014

2012 Dodge Charger

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This is a great product.. would recommend installation by a professional

Pros: Updatable

Cons: Non

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1 of 3 found this helpful

install kit for newer charger

Dirk from Sioux Falls on 5/6/2014

2011 Dodge Charger

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it looks nice, but had to reroute the cables, which wasn't in the instructions and still can't get it to sit flush in the dash- has about half inch gap on the right side. I'm gonna end up paying a professional installer to correct it

Pros: looks nice if it would sit flush with the dash, buttons feel nice and not cheap

Cons: it doesn't sit flush with the dash, had to use tape to attach the stereo to the back of it

Crutchfield response on 5/7/2014
We forwarded this review to our Technical Support team for follow-up. Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.

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