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Metra 99-8901 In-dash Receiver Kit

Fits select 2005-09 Subaru Legacy and Outback models — single-DIN radios

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About the Metra 99-8901 In-dash Receiver Kit

Metra 99-8901 kit

The Metra 99-8901 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.

What's in the box:

  • Radio housing w/ pocket
  • Trim-ring
  • 4 Brackets
  • Installation Instructions
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Crutchfield customer from Gladstone, VA on 7/23/2019

2005 Subaru Outback

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Great product fit perfect

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Crutchfield customer from Perrysburg, OH on 7/21/2019

2009 Subaru Legacy

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This kit made it easy to install my system

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Excellent Radio Replacement Kit, Good Fitment

Andrew from Toledo, OH on 3/27/2019

2005 Subaru Legacy

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This in-dash receiver replacement kit is a great bargain, and I'd highly recommend it. It does exactly what it says it does, and I've had no issues with it so far and I do not anticipate any issues in the future. The only complaint I have (and it's a small one) is that the overall color (in my opinion) appears to be just ever so slightly different from the factory trim pieces around the gear selector lever, right below where this is installed, so that threw me off just a bit but it's really not a big deal. Overall, a great in-dash replacement kit for an aftermarket radio! Thank you!

Pros: Great fitment, no crazy tools needed, does what it says it does, looks good!

Cons: Very small deviation in color from factory trim piece (at least in my eyes)

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Crutchfield customer from Bismarck, ND on 5/11/2018

2008 Subaru Legacy

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Great fit

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Excellent product

James from Wheat Ridge, CO on 4/30/2018

2005 Subaru Outback

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Easy to use. Installed in just a few minutes.

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Crutchfield customer from Stowe, VT on 4/22/2018

2005 Subaru Outback

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Nice fit and finish

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Factory fresh

Jordan from Sidney, OH on 12/3/2017

2006 Subaru Outback

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Great fitment, great look. Quality on par with factory.

Pros: Great fit Great finish

Cons: Nome

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Perfect fit

Crutchfield customer from Western NY on 7/11/2017

2007 Subaru Legacy

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Fits a 2007 Subaru Legacy fine. Looks factory!

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Malenna from Spokane, wa on 4/19/2017

2006 Subaru Legacy

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Perfect fit!

Pros: Perfect fit

Cons: Instructions could be a but more detailed

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Crutchfield customer from Stanford, CA on 4/6/2017

2005 Subaru Outback

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The only reason I can't give this five stars is that the little trim piece that goes around the face of the stereo doesn't stay put. I think this is because the plastic stereo mounts included aren't really up to their job so the stereo turns a bit in the mount and pops the trim off. If I had it all apart again I would use some bailing wire to attach the back of the stereo to the compartment above it. Barring that, couldn't be happier. Everything else worked like a charm. The color even matches. Not the easiest radio switch to do but that is a Subaru design flaw.

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Does the job

Steve from Brunswick, ME on 4/2/2017

2008 Subaru Outback

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This worked pretty well. The instructions were a bit sparse, but it fits the car and looks pretty much "factory installed."

Pros: FIts the car, and the raido

Cons: Sparse instructions

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Decent Fitment

Mark from NY on 3/3/2017

2008 Subaru Legacy

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Overall a good fit with some minor screw adjustment on installation. I originally tightened all screws but noticed for proper alignment I needed to un-snug them to bring the mounting kit in alignment with the vehicle.

Pros: Included with head unit purchase. I had a Mazda 6 seemingly the same style that was very expensive to purchase for install of after market head unit. Wife is very happy with the look of her new head unit and made no comments to the change from the factory unit. If she's HaPpy I'm HaPpy!

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Nice to have a clean factory look!

Guy from Sacramento, CA on 2/22/2017

2005 Subaru Outback

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Made it easy, looks factory and super easy to install

Pros: Clean, simple, looks like a factory piece

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Crutchfield customer from Hellertown, PA on 9/19/2016

2008 Subaru Legacy

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Good fit but needs a little fine tuning. Some small molding issues needed to be trimmed and sanded for trim pieces to fit back on properly.

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Kit worked well and easy to install

Jay from Mount Prospect, IL on 6/26/2016

2005 Subaru Legacy

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Kit worked well and easy to install. Make sure to order wiring harness and antenna adapter at same time. I appreciate how my small order was handled quickly and love the install guide which was a big help.

Pros: Kit worked well and easy to install. I appreciate how my small order was handled quickly and love the install guide which was a big help.

Cons: none

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Works well

rus from Westminster, CO on 5/17/2016

2005 Subaru Legacy

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Works well. It took a little while to get it to get one side to drop into place, and the head unit had a very slight wobble, but I don't think it should cause a problem. It would be nice if the side brackets that hold the climate control box were metal, like the stock brackets were, but it's pretty light, so I doubt it will cause an problems.

Pros: Works well, looks nice and the color matches the rest of the dash perfectly

Cons: Slight wobble in head unit, plastic side brackets.

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Great product, awful installation instructions

Matt K. from Marietta, PA on 2/8/2016

2005 Subaru Legacy

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Crutchfield is normally dead on with install instructions. Not this time. Instructions were vague (ie no location, just reach under dash) The climate control cable was impossible to remove (when I called they told me "just reach up there, your hands may get cut up a little bit, also asked me "do you have a friend with small hands?!" So I looked up online and found an install video where it revealed all of that pain and suffering wasn't necessary!! All you need to do is unclip the climate control from the back of the faceplate! I chatted online with a Crutchfield rep who forgot to tell me I needed an adapter for the antenna. Crutchfield did agree to send me the adapter for free in the end. I'm pleased with the stereo I bought from Crutchfield a few years ago. I like the look of the dashkit in my car. I'm really, really surprised with them being off base on directions though. Oh, well. Still, generally a great company to deal with. Unfortunately i had no friends with small hands!

Pros: Look of product, fit, overall function.

Cons: Instructions, customer service on first phone call and not having a friend with small hands.

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Perfect Fit!

Terry from Pullman, WA on 1/28/2016

2005 Subaru Outback

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Kit fit perfectly and was a perfect color match!

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Great design

SH from North Central Texas on 12/20/2015

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Quick, easy install. Nicely designed.

Pros: No modification necessary.

Cons: I shouldn't have done it late evening.

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CV from Pennsylvania on 10/14/2015

2006 Subaru Legacy

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Good color match, perfect fit in dash opening

Pros: Matches well; easy installation

Cons: Opening around A/C button was a little snug and could have been filed slightly

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One Key Omission

Crutchfield customer from North Dakota on 9/21/2015

2006 Subaru Outback

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Missing screws as others have mentioned, a bit flimsy (also mentioned), does not actually "Click" in - not very secure - As I Found Out - After (!) I installed everything one Sat afternoon - only to realize that the 'power antenna' part of the harness had to be hooked up to the 'powered' part of the Pioneer stereo I bought. There is no "power antenna" on a 2006 Subaru Outback - But, there is an antenna booster (i.e. Powered...) which relies on these two wires being included! As noted, I just (literally) pulled out the radio and unattached the harness, connected the two wires and Voila! Strong (Supertuner lll) performance! Good thing for the detachable face plate...! The paint matches well enough and I Love the Pioneer - but it could be a better mount

Pros: Good paint matching.

Cons: Flimsy, missing screws, does not positively 'click' in on final installation - no matter how hard I pressed it into the mounts... Again, glad for the detachable face plate!

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Huge flaws!

John S. from Colorado on 8/19/2015

2005 Subaru Outback

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Two huge flaws: #1: The plastic supports for the trim are too big, and require significant modification via filing down to get the trim to go back on. #2: Cruthfield expects you to be able to unhook this physical cable that controls the heating/cooling. I don't know how any human would be able to do that given it's position far up under the steering wheel. I finally got the heating cooling unit out of there without detaching the physical cable. But it added a couple hours onto this project with a couple calls to Crutchfield support and finally forcing it out of there without breaking anything else in the car. This is a huge oversight in installing a stereo in this model car. With the new kit, a left a couple screws out because again, this physical cable is not really accessible. I think it all worked out in the end, but the extra 2 hours of time for this detail should have really been made clear in the instruction.

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Keith from Chicago, IL on 7/6/2015

2006 Subaru Outback

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Fits well without any alterations. Good color match.

Pros: Good fit.

Cons: All plastic where the original supports were metal. Should be fine.

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Fits well

brian from Saint Paul MN on 6/14/2015

2008 Subaru Outback

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This fit in well, I installed a pioneer DEH X6700BT into my '08 Outback. I think the instructions had it that you clip the climate control module in, then attach the side fins of the metra housing and screw them in where the back screws are, but I had so little slack in the cable coming to the temp control of my climate control that I didn't have room to do things in this order. But it works to fasten the side pieces on to the rest of metra housing first, then snap the climate control module in, gently flexing the attached metra side fins out of the way slightly to get around the wider parts of the climate control. A few point deductions: the black, what I believe they call ISO brackets, that come with the kit that you attach to the radio (and that have clips / tabs which then engage into the rest of the housing), I tried these and they did not hold my radio well at all--it did not hold the radio nice and tight, the whole thing sagged / wobbled due to its own weight because the tab clips didn't engage positively enough. I tried them a couple times. So I used the chassis cage that came with my radio--much more secure grip on the radio. The paint on the bottom floor of the shelf cubby that is on this was not pristine in this area and kind of cloudy looking. This is visible, but it's kind of in shadow since it's into the shelf slightly so I didn't bother checking on returning it. The paint on the main face itself looks good.

Pros: Fits well, main face paint job matches quite well. I like the trim ring that came with the Metra better than what came with the radio, since it is more flush and matches the rest of the face. However as I said above I used the chassis cage from my radio and as a result this trim ring's tabs were hitting the chassis cage at the bottom 2 tabs. So with a Dremel cutting tool I notched away these areas on the chassis cage (had to remove to do so), then I could pop the metra trim ring in. Looks nice!

Cons: ISO brackets didn't hold the radio well, the cloudy paint imperfections on the floor of the shelf.

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Missing screws. Missing key instructions.

StanislavF from Washington on 5/18/2015

2005 Subaru Outback

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The biggest issue is that screws were missing. The second issue is that the instructions missed a crucial step. Page 1, Step 4...there are Eight (or Ten) screws you have to remove, not 6. The climate control plates that you are removing in step 5 are attached at the back. These screws are way in the back and you want to have some tacky substance on your screwdriver (magnetic won't work, they are stainless screws). You will think you can pull the unit out at this point, but you can't (and you will bend the brackets, which is ok as they are not used again, but still). Finally, for some years of Subaru the note of unclipping the climate control cable does not apply. the cable is not attached as described. I suspect this is one of those 1/2 year issues as 2005 was the first of the model year and they may have changed it mid year.

Pros: The unit is a reasonable facsimile of the OEM style. It fits.

Cons: Missing screws, instructions inaccurate/incomplete.

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brian from Mequon wi on 4/24/2015

2005 Subaru Outback

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Perfect color scheme easy to work with and best of all! Very affordable i will recommend crutchfield.com to everyone that i talk to!

Pros: Everything

Cons: None!

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Worked out great

jackbattle from Georgia on 4/13/2015

2006 Subaru Outback

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This fit properly, matches the original color, and was easy to install

Pros: easy install, color match, fits perfectly

Cons: None

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What I would expect

BarrettH from Pennsylvania on 3/28/2015

2005 Subaru Outback

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Simple to put in. Easy to understand.

Pros: ease of installation, instructions. Matches the original.

Cons: The little pocket above the radio. I understand the purpose, but it's so small that my hand can't reach the back.

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Metra 99-8901 In-dash Receiver Kit

Kirby from Allentown pa on 3/26/2015

2006 Subaru Legacy

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it fits well and looks great in the car with the new radio

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Cons: Nothing wrong with it

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Fit perfectly

JD Grove from West Chester, PA on 1/5/2015

2007 Subaru Outback

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I received the kit in 2 days, which was much shorter than I expected. I had to wait for the harness that I ordered from another online retailer to start the installation. But I received the kit in record time. It fit perfectly and looks great in my Outback. The colors match, and the cut-outs were a perfect fit for my climate controls and hazard light button. The only complaint I have is that there were no screws to attach the mounts for the climate controls. I had to use 2 screws that were left over to attach the kit to the dash. But once they were attached to the back of the storage compartment cut-out, it fit and held the climate controls securely.

Pros: Perfect fit, perfect color match, great price, great shipping time.

Cons: No screws to attach the climate control mounts.

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Perfect fit, easy installation, looks great!

FredN from Colorado on 12/7/2014

2006 Subaru Legacy

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I haven't installed a car stereo in a long time, and this product made it easier than ever. Everything fits so well together that I didn't have to improvise at all. It fits perfectly, and the color matches great. Very solid.

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05 outback

Jordan from Pennsylvania on 11/26/2014

2005 Subaru Outback

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The one I got is Charcoal not silver. Doesn't match at all.

Pros: Works

Cons: Looks terrible, doesn't match

Crutchfield response on 12/3/2014
After reading this review, we discovered that the kit did indeed look kind of silver in one of the images on our website. The kit is actually a charcoal grey color. The kit looked silver because that photo was taken out in the field by a member of our vehicle research team, so the lighting was a little off. We removed that image from our site. The current image was taken by our in-house photographer under professional lighting conditions.

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Perfect fit

Alex from Maryland on 11/11/2014

2005 Subaru Legacy

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While the Scosche dash I've got from other store did not fit my stereo (which was not ok as that store's website matched the dash and stereo for me), this one fits perfectly and it was way more easy to install. It could be somewhat better if the inner rack was made of metal instead of plastic.

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Metra 99-8901 In-dash Receiver Kit

Crutchfield customer from Middletown NY on 7/26/2014

2007 Subaru Legacy

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Awesome Quality products, Great Prices I would recommend this company to anyone

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Perfect Match

Some Guy from Philadelphia, PA on 5/22/2014

2007 Subaru Outback

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This is a perfect color match and fit seamlessly with my '05 Outback. Thanks Crutchfield.

Pros: -Color match -Fits great

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What I expected

Crutchfield customer from spokane washington on 4/21/2014

2008 Subaru Legacy

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Fit just fine in my 08 Legacy, color is pretty accurate to the original bezel.

Pros: Cheap, works fine

Cons: Nothing really comes to mind

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Really cool option for these cars

Okay from Westminster C0 on 4/10/2014

2005 Subaru Outback

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Really cool option for these cars. Instructions are a little confusing at first. Stereo needs more support in the back

Pros: The appearance, and makes it easy to replace terrible factory unit at a great price

Cons: I think the stereo needs more support in the back with some kind of metal bracket support.

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Not a perfect fit

JerryM from Northeastern PA on 9/15/2013

2006 Subaru Outback

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Not a bad deal for the price

Pros: Color match was right on.

Cons: Not a perfect fit, instructions not the best.

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MikeS from N Syracuse on 8/14/2013

2005 Subaru Legacy

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This kit made installation of my head unit pretty easy in my legacy. Fit is good and finish matches.

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Subaru Legacy & Outback In-dash Receiver Kit

Dave From Massachusetts from Pittsfield MA on 6/29/2013

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Overall this was a pretty easy job. I was able to find the install on youtube..The only complaint is that there was nothing supporting the bottom of the back of the stereo unit so I affixed a small piece of 1/4 inch plywood to the kit and now I'm enjoying my new stereo. The paint match was OK but not perfect. But it does look good. I can now use my iPhone and IPod as well as satellite radio . Crutchfield had a much better price than Amazon for the exact same product. I would recommend this kit to a friend.

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Amanda from Knoxville, Tn on 6/28/2013

2005 Subaru Legacy

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The harness was easy to install & looks nice.

Pros: Looks nice. Good color.

Cons: This harness for a 2005 Subaru Legacy is almost a bit too big for the climate control. There is no way to securely attach it to the harness during install. It has 2 small clip-in's (one on either side) for the climate control box & that is it. One good push to the control panel & the clips fall out leaving gaps in between the harness & controls after install.

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Fits perfect

MN from Fortson, GA on 6/21/2013

2005 Subaru Outback

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perfect fit for 2005 subaru outback, put car in neutral for easier access.

Pros: color matches great.

Cons: might could have went with a double din

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Bill R from Milwaukee on 6/10/2013

2008 Subaru Outback

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I agree with the majority of reviewers. Worked well with my 07 Outback. Be sure to order a Subaru antenna adapter (Motorola male to OEM antenna female).

Pros: Looks good.

Cons: Instructions aren't so good.

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pretty decent

danm from colorado on 5/30/2013

2006 Subaru Outback

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pretty good product. I had the fortune to take apart the housing a few times before i installed this piece and after that, installation was a snap. make sure, like others have said, you don't spend time disconnecting the climate controls. you dont have to do that for installation. for a single din, im trying to figure out a way for the deck to be held more securely, but im drawing a blank. the only reason it didnt get 5 stars is that the deck is not more secure. all in all, great looking display, and it makes the trim pieces fit more securely.

Pros: easy installation, flexible enough for the climate controls to pop right in. excellent finish

Cons: deck isn't as secure as i would have hoped for, but still snug.

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i was sceptical

markn from utah on 4/2/2013

2005 Subaru Legacy

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i was a little skeptical on how this one was going to look....but, it looks great. it's as nice as the factory part but, now i have a much better head unit.

Pros: fit and finish are great

Cons: wish the installation instructions for my legacy had been a little bit clearer.

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A.Gray from Stonewood WV on 3/27/2013

2007 Subaru Outback

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Solid product , the fit and finish is very good.It all matches well with the interior.

Pros: Good fit good match

Cons: instructions were not good, Do not disconnect heater cable.

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Great product

Doug from Philadelphia, PA on 1/16/2013

2009 Subaru Legacy

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Works perfectly fine. Fitted fine with my 09' Subaru Legacy. Matches the paint perfectly. Little bit flimsy, but nothing to worry about

Pros: Color Matches Good Fit Easy Install

Cons: None

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ChrisN from Colorado Springs, CO on 10/15/2012

2006 Subaru Outback

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Looks good, fits well, and seems to be durable.

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Good product, hard job

JimWK from Lawrence, KS on 4/25/2012

2005 Subaru Outback

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Color match is good, directions miss key steps (especially climate control cable release). Difficulty of installation is challenging: I spent an hour and a pro installer spent 1.5 hours. Had I known a double din would fit the 2005 Subaru, I'd have gone with that instead of the single din just to have larger, easier to see controls on the unit.

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Kidsjolin from Montana on 4/6/2012

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The adapter kit was perfect. The instructions were fair - not enough documentation. Then there is the degree of diffucultywhich all falls in Subaru's lap. I am 6'2'' and I could never fit under the dash on my back to do all the work with brake and gas pedals in your face.. It took a pro 50 minutes to do the job and we had to buy an aeriel adapter from subaru for $30.00. I repeat the blame should go to Subaru, because Crutchfields stuff is 100% It might help to have notes regarding the degree of diffiuculty for various mdels. My Toyota kit (parts and documentation was excwellent and the job was smooth.

Pros: higest quality parts

Cons: difficult car to instal

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scottyd from jackson, wy on 3/14/2012

2005 Subaru Outback

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Just like everyone says. super easy install looks good enough, but flimsy and needs internal support for rear of componants.

Pros: cheap, easy

Cons: Not perfect, flimsy.

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Very nice kit

Alex W from North America on 2/6/2012

2007 Subaru Outback

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This is a fine installation kit. The color matches the dash perfectly and the fit is excellent. I found the instructions to be very straightforward. Everything came apart as described and went back together smoothly. The trick to removing the heater cable (or any similar cable) is to use a small socket. Choose one about the same size as the pin that the cable connects to, slide it over the pin to compress the latching key and slide the socket and the cable off together. You can pretty much do it by touch. The side brackets don't provide any support for the radio so a back bracket is critical. I attached mine to the storage box above the unit.

Pros: Fits and looks good. Instructions are clear.

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Needs more explanation on locations of connections.

DonK from Fayette, MO on 1/30/2012

2006 Subaru Outback

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Most of the instructions were fairly straight forward. I never could find where the climate control cable disconnect was though. I was able to pull the climate control unit out enough to get the screws out of the old frame and put it in the new frame.

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somewhat flimsy

Rick from Columbus, OH on 4/29/2011

2008 Subaru Outback

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The fit with the factory components was very snug - too snug. I had to file some of the button holes so they would operate smoothly. The plastic brackets were really flimsy and did not work nearly as well as the factory radio's steel brackets, which I ended up modifying to work with this set up rather than use the cheapo plastic ones that came with the kit. It worked, but it was a bit of a challenge to get the new radio mount up nice and stable and flush with the panel.

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Looks good, good color match.

Vlad from Boston, MA on 4/13/2011

2005 Subaru Outback

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This item converts your factory radio trim to after market single DIN stereo trim with manual climate controls. Color matches perfectly with my Subaru Outback 2.5i 2005. Here are couple of tings I was not satisfied with. The storage hole above the radio looks kind of ugly. I understand I gained some storage but for those who do not want it some kind of plug plate to cover it flush with the trim would be good. Instructions are poor if that's the only source of instructions you go by. The part about disconnecting climate control cable is useless. As others have mentioned, you can do the job without disconnecting the climate control cable which is next o impossible. After I finished the job, it looks ok but now I'm wondering if I should have gone for a double DIN unit and kit for cleaner look. The car is kind of old now so I'm going to leave it as is for now unless it breaks.

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looks original

autumnsong from Birmingham, AL on 3/25/2011

2006 Subaru Outback

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Looks just like the factory plate. Fits great.

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Product is great, Instructions are OK

MikeC from Columbus, OH on 1/21/2011

2006 Subaru Legacy

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The kit itself works great: Installs nicely and gives the dash a professional look with the CD/MP3 Player. As a couple people have mentioned, you DO NOT need to unclip the climate control cable. Instead, follow the directions until step 4. Skip steps 5 and 6. Instead: - Gently pull the radio out as much as you can, which should be just enough to unscrew 6 screws per side from the metal mounting bracket. Two (per side) for the climate control, and the other 4 (per side) from the radio. This removes the metal bracket that connects the climate control to the radio. - With the 2 metal brackets removed, unclip the climate controls and let them rest somewhere (they don't get pulled out). Pull out the radio, unhook the wires for the radio and hazard lights, and pull out the radio completely. When you do it this way, you do not need to unclip the climate controls. It makes the install much easier, and you don't need to do anything with the driver's side foot panel. After that, the install of the radio and new mounting brackets are just place and secure. Great product, good directions even though certain steps can be avoided. Would easily get 5 stars if it didn't have the part about needing to pull the driver's side stuff.

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Panel is Fine. Instructions Are Poor, Very Poor

Jim from Upper Holland, PA on 12/31/2010

2006 Subaru Outback

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The instructions that come with this are okay, until they get to the point where they tell you to disconnect the temperature control cable. From then on, they are worthless. The instructions talk about a pocket above the radio. There is no pocket. I ended up leaving the climate controls in place and working around them. I could not figure out how to use the plastic side brackets that come with this. The pieces I got do not match the illustrations in the instructions. The illustrations should two screw holes to attach the brackets to the dash but there were no on the brackets I received. I ended up using the original metal brackets that came with the Subaru stereo. If there were an alternative to this product, I would recommend going with anything else. But it seems as if this is the only choice available.

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Believe the earlier reviews

Josh from Pasadena, CA on 9/10/2010

2006 Subaru Outback

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The radio died on my 2006 Outback and the dealer offered to replace it for $750. The local big box store would install for ~$120 (because of the climate controls) if I supplied the kit. I went on-line and found Crutchfield. The previous reviews are correct. I don't know how you are supposed to get the temperature regulator under the dash. I did what was said here and pulled things out about 6" and worked on things from there. I had 2 black connectors on the original stereo that had no home in the new setup and it doesn't seem to miss it. One connector connected to a sheet metal tab on the original chassis and the other was a ~10 pin/2 row connector. I also did not have a matching orange wire (dimmer) on my Pioneer radio to the original harness so taped it up and left it. You absolutely need the Wire Harness and Antenna adapters. The color looks like a great match to me. When I started I wished the instructions were a little more detailed but after getting into it and just being careful they are pretty straightforward. I took me ~3 hours to do it as I was slow and careful and was watching TV while soldering the harness. I did everything on-line and never talked to anyone on Crutchfield but it was nice to know the service was there. Everything worked out great!

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Perfect fit

Hokie Fan from Boulder, CO on 5/21/2010

2008 Subaru Legacy

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Perfect fit in the dash, color is slightly off but still looks great. Who cares that it may be sorta flimsy plastic, it works perfectly. The bracket that goes around the receiver is a little questionable, hence my 4 star rating. I haven't installed a sound system in 15 years since my old 95 Honda CRX, so i was a little anxious to start this install on my 08 Legacy. Everything was quite simple, except for the temperature regulator piece aforementioned by others here. It is a pain....next to impossible. You are so uncomfortable down there trying to fidget in a very tight space. I wanted to scream. Then I read another person's post here that you don't really need to do it this way: remove the console about 6" out, unscrew the temperature section (2 screws each side, 4 total) and pop that sucker out. It does make sense since ultimately you have to unscrew this section anyway. No need to remove any floor panels. Now if I can just figure out how to breach my firewall to run my amp power cable to my battery...man these Japanese cars really do pack everything in tightly.

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Really nice kit

Crutchfield customer from Westminster, MD on 1/16/2010

2009 Subaru Legacy

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Works flawlessly, has everything you need in it.

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nothing wrong with the kit... just difficult

jackblasto from WV on 10/15/2009

2005 Subaru Outback

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Like everyone on here the temperature regulator is horrible to deal with. Get that ring off and you are set. The "tab" described in the last step that releases the ring is ON that white knob thing pictured in the instructions. Like said earlier it can be seen when your dial is set to cold but when it's set to heat it is not visible. I managed to hold it down with needle nose plyers and wedged the ring off at the same time with a screwdriver. Very difficult laying on my back with my head against the speedometer, looking upward and reaching with one arm up into the dashboard (it is on the side closest to the radio if you are looking for it) The actual kit looks great. It's not Crutchfield that put the temperature regulator in a very difficult to reach spot. :) Hindsight tells me to not deal with it at all but I'm glad I was persitant now that it is done. I'm a handyman loser so if I could do it you can too BUT it took me hours to figure out the basic idea so be patient. Don't send your grandma out to help you.

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Good color match

Daniel from Seattle, WA on 4/15/2009

2005 Subaru Outback

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This install kit worked well. The plastic is a very good color-match to the OEM Subaru 2005 Legacy Outback interior. As others have noted, the included install directions have steps that are not necessary. You do not need to touch the lower panels to disconnect the temperature control cable. Just detach the temp control panel from the central console by loosening 4 screws and jiggle it free. There is more than enough clearance to get the new central console in place with the temp control panel dangling. I could not use the color matched trim piece which goes immediately around the headunit. It conflicts with the metal DIN cage which accepts my JVC headunit. So I used the included JVC trim piece instead. It looks OK, but I'd prefer everything to be OEM color. Oh well ... can't beat the price (free). The plastic itself isn't the best quality. Mind the two screws which attach the side supports to the central console - DO NOT overtighten those otherwise you can break the unit - I almost did.

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Metra 99-8901 In-dash Receiver Kit

Christopher from Tucson, AZ on 1/29/2009

2005 Subaru Outback

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Great design, simple install. The color match and fit are almost exact. The braces are plastic, replacing metal ones, so I think a little structural support has been lost. Very happy with the results.

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Metra 99-8901 In-dash Receiver Kit

Graham from Colorado on 11/30/2008

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I bought a JVC after market stereo. Being lazy I was willing to spend $50 to have it installed on a saturday. they said it was not possible to do it because the factory stereo is fully integrated into the dash of my 06 subaru outback. mine has the manual climate controls and standard single cd deck. after some research at crutchfield and subaru owner sites, turns out you can do it. the 06 outback is a pain to disassemble. the instructions that came with the kit are pretty thorough, though. took about 3 hours to get it all taken apart and put back together, but was worth it. color matches the rest of the dash, fits well. I've installed all three after market decks on my last three cars and i always find my way back to crutchfield. especially when the mobile electronics tech of a major retail store tells me he can't do it. i also have no training in wiring or installations outside of the stuff i've done on my own vehicles. it can be done.

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Great solution for Subaru's bungle

riceye from Wisconsin on 8/18/2008

2005 Subaru Outback

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I have owned Subarus since the seventies, and have always been impressed by the straightforward thinking that influenced the design. That said, the 2005 Outback kinda breaks that tradition. The factory stereo is inferior and, furthermore, does not allow for an easy replacement with a single DIN head unit. That is where this in-dash receiver kit saves the day! The installation is a bit tricky with respect to the heater control cable. Key points are pinching the retaining barb hidden on the backside of the white control arm to release the cable end eye, and unclipping the outer cable from its retainer. Also, take note of how the heater cable passes through the dash on its way to the control arm, and replace it exactly as it was. Another trick when using the DIN sleeve is to roll up a bit of foam packing material and stuffing it in beween the top of the head unit and the bottom of the storage slot in the new. This helps to stabilize the head unit, seeing as though there is no provision for rear support. Be sure to bend the tabs completely tight when fixing the sleeve to the new dash piece. In hindsight, a long zip tie around the head unit and the storage slot may well have been the best solution. And the tip about connecting the blue antenna wires in the harness is very important. Using the automobile-specific wiring harness adapter with the head unit's wiring harness is the very best way to ensure that the installation will be successful. And solder the connections!

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Easy Install

CLINT from Curwensville, PA on 8/7/2008

2008 Subaru Legacy

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Very easy to install, the color matches almost perfect. The best price in town I researched numerous sites everyone else wanted an average of $60 for theirs, they also had no color options they only came in black.

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no from Denver, Co on 2/26/2008

2007 Subaru Outback

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This kit is as good as it gets, short of an OEM solution. The color match was very good, and the mastersheet instructions were excellent. I have some advice for avoiding the heater cable detachment under the dash (which is extremely difficult). My advice is to skip this step altogether. After removing all the screws which secure the OEM radio unit from the dash, gently pull the assembly toward you until the sheet metal bracket (right side bracket) that the radio is attached to is exposed. The climate control cables and such will resist you pulling the unit too far out. The sheet metal hanging bracket is attached by four screws. Pull the assembly far enough out (6-8 inches) to be able to remove the four screws with philips screw driver. Once the bracket is removed, look for the small retaining clip that retains the climate controls to the face plate. Once the right side portion of the control assembly is free, gently release the left side retaining clip and the whole assembly slides free of the face plate. It is very simple, and will make sense as you disassemble the unit and see the bracket and clips. Note: it is only necessary to remove the right side hanger bracket. Follow these steps and you will save yourself a lot of time and frustration (detaching the heater cable is a pain!)

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Fast and Simple

Tularem from Manassas, Va on 2/19/2008

2008 Subaru Legacy

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fast, easy installation. Colors match factory.

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Metra 99-8901 In-dash Receiver Kit

Karl from Phoenix, AZ on 12/7/2007

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Fairly good install. However, it will leave DIN sleeve installs feeling a bit sloppy and prone to vibration. Also (I have a '05 Outback wagon), you do not need to disengage the climate control cable connection (as dattilo0691 mentioned). There is barely enough slack in the cable to ease it out (VERY CAREFULLY) enough to undo the mounting brackets and leave the climate control module loose. This makes getting the rest of the unit installed MUCH easier. BUT TAKE YOUR TIME. The rest of the install goes very well otherwise.

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Things to watch for...

dattilo0691 from Lafayette, CO on 9/24/2007

2006 Subaru Outback

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The instructions did a pretty good job of describing the process but there are a few things that might make the process easier. First, you do not actually have to remove the climlate control cable to remove the climate controls themselves (this was true on my 2006 outback at least). If you need a little more slack, you can just pull the cable from the cable guide (located directly under the climate control knob). This will save you a bit of pain and suffering. Second, make sure that you either hook up the blue (power antenna) wire from the head unit to the corresponding blue wire on the harness, or if not available, tie it to the accessory power (red). The Subaru has an in glass antenna that requires a powered amp to fully activate. Failure to make this connection will result in very poor radio reception (especially AM stations). Note that this connection is required in addition to the antenna adapter connection. Third, you can generally reuse the stock metal mounting brackets (instead of somewhat flimsy plastic mounting hardware). Finally, take note of the fact that are two different sized screws. The longer flat end screws are for the "middle" connection. The shorter shard ended screws are for everything else. Good luck... :-)

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Nice

Alex J from Spring Valley, NY on 8/1/2007

2006 Subaru Legacy

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This was a great solution to my 2.5i Legacy. The color matched exceptionally well. As everyone else says the climate control cable was the most horrible experience of the install. Worse was trying to get it back in place once the install is done. Just a little quick bit of help. The climate control cable is held in by a strong metal clip. Once you have the cable out getting it back in is a pain. Another pain was to get the ring over the little plastic nub. I found that if you have one of those screwdrivers where you can pull out the shaft to change bits it'll make your life easier. Just take the shaft off and use just the handle with the hole in it to put the ring back....will save you a lot of trouble. And one more thing. The instructions dont tell you to take off the hazard light button. But its real easy, only two screws. One last thing, I found that the dash kit was a little warped to I had to press in some places to line up the screw holes. HAVE FUN!

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Great Product... Poor Instructions

Brady from Salt Lake City, UT on 2/15/2007

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I installed this in my 05 Outback 2.5i. The install went pretty smooth. As mentioned earlier, the climate control cable is tricky. Once that's done though, you are home free. I also cut a hole in the back of the little slot above the deck to route my iPod cable through to the back of my Alpine deck. As far as I can tell, the color and textures match pretty well. I think it actually looks better than the stock did. We'll see when my wife sees it, what she thinks. I have been looking for a product like this for about a year and a half, so I'm satisfied.

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Best option for a 2005 + Subaru Outback / Legacy

Daniel from Portland, OR on 2/6/2007

2006 Subaru Outback

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This product allowed me to install my Kenwood single din receiver and iPod adapter nicely in a 2006 Subaru Outback Wagon. I agree with "Rob from NY," The installation is straight forward but more complicated than other vehicles I've had. The instructions that come with the unit aren't quite complete. Attention to detail, and patience are key to this one. The climate control cable was probably the most difficult piece of the puzzle and hardest part to get to. "Prying" the silver trim ring around the gear shifter was easier than I expected once I got it to come up. The instructions don't really give a method for this, they just show a picture once it's done. Be careful not to pull the original unit out too far before disconnecting everything from the back of the climate control and stereo. I had two extra plugs / wires from the original stereo that weren't used with my Kenwood deck (assume them to be lights and dimming or something). Also don't pull the climate control unit too far out or you'll pull the climate cable out of the dash and it would be painful to try and fish it back in.

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Great Option for Vehicles with Manual Climate Control

Rob from New York on 12/9/2006

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I installed this product in a 2006 Subaru Legacy Sedan with the help of Crutchfield's Master Sheet and the instructions supplied with the kit. The installation was straight forward and the product performs as expected. When disconnecting the climate control cable (located high up and the the right under the driver's side of the dash), be sure to compress the plastic tab that holds it in place (it is not visible in the "heat" position and easy to overlook if you are an inexperienced installer). Overall, this kit fits just as well as the stock piece and is of solid build quality. However, the texture and color of the plastic is not an exact match to factory vehicle trim. Although hardly noticable, this may concern the die-hard enthusiast.

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Used this to install my deck into my Wife's Subaru - it worked great and went together smoothly. [ Stephen  Aug 12, 2016 ]
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Great kit and matched my vehicle. [ BRIAN  Dec 19, 2015 ]
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What are the dimensions of the pocket above the radio?
[ Kevin  Mar 07, 2016 ]
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The dimensions are 7"W x 5"D x 1"H (this decreases as you get to the back of the pocket to about 3/4"H).
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Unfortunately I sold this car so I can't measure it for you. I can tell you that I had my Ipod nano, my Galaxy S5 Active a notepad and pencil all in it with a bit of space left. Hope that helps.
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I don't have the exact dimensions, but I can get close to them. Based on the size of a single din radio which fits into the opening below the pocket, I expect the pocket to be close to 1" tall and just shy of 7" wide. I hope this helps! My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=101
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What is the opening width of this kit?
[ harrison  Dec 16, 2015 ]
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Not really sure but, I have an 06 Subaru legacy and it fits just like the OEM does.
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The stereo opening is standard 1/2 DIN.
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The Metra 99-8901 kit allows you to install a single-DIN (2" tall) car stereo in your vehicle's dash opening, 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.
[ Kenny  Dec 16, 2015 ]  Staff
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Will this work on a legacy gt limited? It does not have those climate control holes
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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.
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