About the Metra 99-7804 Dash and Wiring Kit
You bought a select 2013-17 Honda Accord — great car, but its console makes it impossible to upgrade the factory radio. Metra's integration adapter allows you to install an aftermarket single- (2" tall) or double-DIN (4" tall) stereo in the Honda's dash panel, while maintaining the factory color screen.
The included dash kit is a perfect match for the color, texture, and contours of your Honda dash. The included wiring harness works in vehicles with or without a factory amplifier. You'll be able to retain the use of your Honda's backup camera and factory subwoofer, if present. The package also includes a harness that plugs directly from your Honda into the Axxess ASWC-1 adapter (not included), allowing you to retain your steering wheel audio controls with a new car stereo.
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.
- install an aftermarket single- (2" tall) or double-DIN (4" tall) stereo
- package includes dash adapter and wiring harness
- maintains factory color screen, subwoofer, and backup camera
- plug-in connection with Metra's ASWC-1 steering wheel control interface
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 99-7804B
What's in the box:
- Radio replacement module
- Vehicle harness
- Radio harness
- LCD harness
- Subwoofer harness
- Radio housing trim-panel
- 2 Side brackets
- Top bracket
- 6 Clips
- Eight #6 x 3/8" screws
- Eight #8 x 3/8" screws
- Installation Instructions
Metra 99-7804 Dash and Wiring Kit reviews
Everything works, but the Axxess module seems to be glitchy at times. The reverse camera seems to be a lower quality picture. I love the finish of the dash kit though. Think the price tag is a bit high, but it does maintain the factory look. M
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Loses a lot of features very glitchy if I knew before I installed I would have never purchased too expensive to lose most features and for it to freeze glitch smh waste of time and money
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Everything fit perfectly. It really looks like a factory unit with this dash kit!
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Worked out great as expected
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It is a very good dash kit and it is totally worth it to buy. U guys are awsome.
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This product didn't work well with the controls on my steering wheel. The company that makes it said mine was defective. Fortunately, the awesome people at Crutchfield swapped me quickly for a replacement!
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Definitely couldn't have done the install without this. But, even though it was the kit for my '17 Honda Accord Sport, for some reason the screw holes didn't line up to the holes on the Sony head unit I was installing. Had to do a bit of modifying of the brackets to have somewhere to put the screws. Other than that, a good fit
Pros: Much needed to make install easier.
Cons: Had to drill holes myself the make Sony head unit fit.
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I've had the unit for about a month and, apart from a single system crash, it has performed fairly well. I don't feel, however, that it is completely worth the price tag. Among the biggest reasons to use this system was to retain the stock backup camera, and the implementation just isn't right. The stock system in the Accord must crop/zoom the image from the camera or something, as the image from the Metra kit is a different view than the OEM system. This may or may not be an issue for you, depending on the color of your car. My car is white and when I use the camera at night I now get a terrible glare off the rear bumper that was never there on the stock system. The system offers different views, but none of them seem to make any difference. On top of that, the guidelines are all wrong. Rather than projecting the car's path along the ground, they just sort of shoot up into the sky. It would be nice if there were other options for the main display screen than just a massive clock in the middle of the dash. Perhaps a custom wallpaper or something. As it sits, though, your only option is either a blank screen or a clock large enough to be used in a bus depot. The dash kit is OK. A little flimsy, but sufficient. There were a few fitment issues caused by some bad trimming from the factory mold, but a little trimming with the dremel took care of that easily enough. If I had it to do it again, I think I'd choose differently.
Pros: Ok fit Easy Setup
Cons: Backup camera system is wonky
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Purchasing the Metra 99-7804B Dashkit from Crutchfield has been a great experience so far. Not only has Crutchfield Been excellent in customer satisfaction but they offered the best price by far from other competitors. Pricing was an issue but Crutchfield offer financing/ payment options which work great for me and thanks too Crutchfield I'm able to have my deck installed not making money payments and still be able to pay my other bils as well. Not only does Crutchfield provide quality stereo equiprnt but they have professionals on staff that can help you with any technical related issues or answers that you may have regarding install, what amps do use and what's the appropriate ohm you need when hooking up to a amp in yiur car. Thanks Crutchfield your associates and your company are awesome.
Pros: Best pricing, awesome customer service, and very knowledgeable.
Cons: No con 100% satisfied.
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Kit makes for a clean install but my hands free buttons on my steering wheel don't work and your tech support couldn't help me
Pros: Clean install
Cons: Only half of the ASWC-1 switch worked ! Steering wheel botttons , only radio control worked but Hands free phone control didn't work
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Looks great. this kit looks as if its an original part of my 17 accord sport :)
Pros: nice glossy finish.
Cons: none yet!
7 of 8 found this helpful
The plastic trim piece looks great and matches the car interior and the install wasn't bad, it has a lot of wiring and looked a bit cluttered after the install. The backup camera looked good but the guides are clunky. It doesn't retain the Fuel Menus which is my only deterrent for installing an aftermarket radio, so this kit didn't fit the bill. After receiving the kit and installing it, realized I also need to purchase the steering wheel control module, so this is still not a complete kit. The software updates didn't seem to help with random reboots while driving.
Pros: Let's you install an aftermarket radio
Cons: For the price all I got was an ugly clock and vehicle settings that don't stick most of the time. Random reboots Doesn't include the steering wheel controller
4 of 7 found this helpful
Metra 99-7804 worked perfect for me and its easy to install, my backup camera works perfectly, plus I have the backup guidelines.
Pros: Everything works as normal.
Cons: None, so far.
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Pictured is my Pioneer AVH-2330NEX that I purchased with this Metra kit. This is a reviewing the iMID screen (top screen in my picture) I battled my desire to purchase an aftermarket head unit for my 2015 Accord Sport because of all the negative things people had said about the Metra 99-7804B on driveaccord.net forums in the car audio section. I took the plunge for the sake that Crutchfield is nothing short of a stellar company and they would help me should the Metra kit not function like people had been complaining about. I bought it and man I am impressed. It does both main thing it is supposed to. I retains the factory backup camera and gives you access to vehicle settings like lights, locks, iMID display. I did notice one thing though. I drive a 2015 Accord Sport w/ CVT. There is a vehicle setting that lets you choose model year of your Accord. The two options are 2013-2014 and 2015+. Originally it is set at 2013-2014 by default. I had changed the setting to 2015+ than began having issues with the dimmer not working at all after that. I changed it back to 2013-2014 (Like I said I drive a 2015) and the issue went away and the dimmer worked with Overall very happy with the purchase. I want to not that the 2015 Accord Sport does not have the lane watch camera on the right mirror so I cannot validate any sort of review on that feature that this kit was supposed to keep.
Pros: Keeps the factory backup camera
Cons: Lose the fuel economy breakdown but the kit specifically says it will not keep those settings.
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WARNING: This kit does not currently provide backup camera for manual transmission cars. The long explanation is that the reverse sensor does not go to any of the plugs that the adapter (or even factory radio) uses. Instead, the MICU watches the reverse switch and puts a code on the data bus which the radio (or adapter) watch for and react to. Unfortunately, for some reason, Honda sends a different code in manual vehicles than it does in automatics, and the adapter doesn't look for the manual's signal. The Metra technicians instead say that you have to splice into the reverse switch and backup camera yourself, and hook them to your intended head unit, bypassing the adapter. Hopefully a software upgrade could add this capability for manual transmissions too, because the adapter is basically nothing more than an expensive clock for my vehicle. I would also suggest that Metra create a USB adapter so that the existing console plug can be used with the aftermarket stereo. Also, the handsfree buttons are not directly supported by this kit, though the ASWC-1 is supposed to allow you to connect to them too. An adapter for that plug would also be a welcome addition. I would buy both of these products if they existed.
Pros: Makes an aftermarket radio look like it belongs there. Excellent fit to the dash. The Metra kit for my 2008 Accord required a bit of sanding to make the environmental control buttons fit, but this works with no tweaking.
Cons: No current support for manual transmissions. The adapter brackets also leave something to be desired. The #6 screwholes for the radio brackets are paper-thin, and you can see the screws flexing the plastic as they screw in. If you accidentally use the #8 screws that are supposed to go elsewhere, you'll easily split these tubes open, with no resistance. There's also a lot of wiring to hide behind the panel. Don't block the fan vent on your radio!
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It does what it says will do. The wiring and connecting is straightforward and easy enough. You obviously lose use of most of imid function but the back up camera works fine. The guidance lines stayed which was nice. Only complaint is that the imid screen blanks out when you turn on the right turning signal but comes right back when centered. If you insist on having a touchscreen for lots of reasons like amp connectivity, better sound quality , or just cuz you feel like it then this kit works.
Pros: Easy to connect especially with crutchfield tech support. 2 screens in your dash looks really cool. Retains back up camera
Cons: Most functions of imid screen no longer work.
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Great harness and kit. My Kenwood stereo and the factory screen mesh together well. Very happy with the Metra car kit.
Pros: Does everything its supposed to do.
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More details on the Metra 99-7804 Dash and Wiring Kit
Radio Replacement Module & Dash Kit: The Metra 99-7804 consists of a dash kit, radio replacement interface module, wiring harnesses, and mounting hardware.
Vehicle Compatibility: The Metra 99-7804 radio replacement module & dash kit allows you to replace your 2013-up Honda Accord's factory radio with an aftermarket head unit, while retaining many of the factory features which are normally lost when the factory radio is removed.
Note: TPMS and Fuel Economy will not be displayed on the factory screen after the factory radio is removed. Fuel Economy is displayed in the instrument cluster. Refer to the vehicle's owner's manual for details on calibrating TPMS and locating the TPMS button.
Single or Double DIN: The included dash kit provides provisions for mounting an aftermarket single-DIN head unit with the included pocket or an aftermarket double-DIN head unit with no pocket.
Retained Features: The included radio replacement interface lets you retain your vehicle's factory LCD color screen, factory subwoofer, and factory backup camera. This Metra 99-7804 also features a composite video jack for adding an aftermarket backup camera and having it display on the factory LCD above the radio.
Note: You will use the vehicle's factory steering wheel controls to navigate the menu on the factory screen above the radio.
Navigation Outputs: The Metra 99-7804 provides a parking brake wire, reverse trigger, wire, and VSS (vehicle speed sensor) wire for the installation of an aftermarket navigation receiver.
Optional SWC Interface: The 99-7804 retains your factory steering wheel controls with the addition of the Axxess Steering Wheel Control Interface (120ASWC1, sold separately).
Wire Code Chart:
|Red||+12 Volt Accessory|
|Yellow||+12 Volt Constant|
|White RCA||Left Front Speaker|
|Gray RCA||Right Front Speaker|
|Green RCA||Left Rear Speaker|
|Violet RCA||Right Rear Speaker|
|Light Green||Parking Brake|
|Blue/Pink||Vehicle Speed Sense|
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