Metra 99-5825 Dash Kit
2012 Ford Fiesta
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Good quality look like stock
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Item # 120995825B | MFR # 99-5825B
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Your 2011-up Ford Fiesta is a great car, but the design of the stock console makes it impossible to upgrade the factory radio. The Metra 99-5825 dash kit allows you to install an aftermarket DIN-sized (2" tall) receiver in the dash panel without losing access to the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning controls. Available in Black or Silver, this kit is a perfect match for the color, texture, and contours of your Fiesta's dash.
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Average Customer Review(s):
Good quality look like stock
It's fit was fine but i haven't been able to reset the clock in the car.
Pros: It fits fine
Cons: No directions for setting the clock in the car.
Nice fit, looks good and functions well.
Had this installed locally and it looks great with the rest of the dash. Crutchfield had the best price for it and their shipping times are amazing.
Nice product. Fits well, looks like it came with the car. Easy to install, everything fit and functioned like it should
Pros: Matches original dash Easy install Retained all original functionality
This item fit perfectly and looks great too. Crutchfied Techs are on top of there game too. Very much satisfied .
Pros: Easy fit with detailed instructions, great look too
Thus is a plug and play piece. Insyructions were correct and install only took few minutes. Others say it scratches easy but I had no problems. I took removed it several times for troubleshooting other issues.
Pros: Only option for s model fiesta stereo upgrade. Look good in dash too.
Cons: Stereo sits little to far in and some buttons are hard to push.
The is a direct fit and snaps in fairly easily, which should be no surprise but isn't always the case with aftermarket replacements. It works and I'm delighted with it. That's the bottom line. The surface is fine for normal circumstances, but I make a few small scratches in it just dry-fitting the receiver. As of the date of this review, Crutchfield does not offer an installation guide or a wiring harness adaptor for the Fiesta. At least one harness adaptor is available from Axxess, but it's another $50 - more expensive than most harness adaptors -- and has a box dedicated to the navigation system (which you may not even have with the basic trim), so you're left with a lot of stuff to cram in behind the receiver. But it's less expensive than damaging the resale value of your car by cutting the factory wires. Not to mention the fact that splicing and crimping 10 or 15 wires while crouching in the front seat of your Fiesta would be no party. The installation guide for the panel could be more thorough. It advises you that you need a ratchet set, but it would be nice if it specified a Torx T-20 bit and a 7mm hex socket. If you read the directions thoroughly before you start, which you should do anyway, you can figure those things out, but the point of instructions is that we don't have to just figure things out. Also, at one point there's an instruction that says simply, "a small cut is required in the subdash for clearance." But clearance for what? Approximately how big a cu
Pros: The dash adapter is a direct fit and snaps in fairly easily, which should be no surprise but isn't always the case with aftermarket replacements. It works, the color matches seamlessly.
Cons: Surface is not highly scratch-resistant. Harness adaptor is expensive and has many features you might not need, so you're left with a lot of stuff to cram in behind the receiver. The installation guide for the panel could be more specific and thorough. The screws provided don't fit anything they were meant to fit. It would have been nice if the light for the door lock button could have been integrated into the button itself.
Overview: The Metra 99-5825BC OEM Integration Kit allows the replacement of your 2011-up Ford Fiesta's factory radio with an aftermarket head unit. This OEM Integration Kit retains driver information buttons. It's available in either a painted silver or matte black finish to match your dash. Installation will require the XSVI-55424-NAV Ford interface and 40-EU10 antenna adapter (both sold separately).
Note: The unit is shipped programmed for Ford's SYNC system. It must be reprogrammed if used without the SYNC system. (Instructions are in the manual.)
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I can not help you I had the radio and dash kit installed for me. I do know that for me the info button does nothing [ DENNIS Sep 08, 2015 ]
If I remember correctly it is extra. It depends what kind of steering wheel controls you have. There should be the wiring from the radio, steering wheel controls, the screen if you have one, and then the airbags. I would call the crutchfield tech support they are really great. [ DAVID L Sep 08, 2015 ]
If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: http://community.crutchfield.com. Or try our online support center: http://crutchfield.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/kw/. [ Krissy Sep 08, 2015 ] Staff