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American International FMK-542 Dash Kit Fits select 2004-07 Ford and Mercury vehicles — double-DIN radios (Black)

Item # 003FMK542

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About the American International FMK-542 Dash Kit

American International FMK-542 kit

The American International FMK-542 kit allows you to install a double-DIN (4" 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
  • 2 Brackets
  • Installation Instructions

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2 questions already asked

Can you mount two single DIN devices in this bracket? I'm looking to add a CB radio to my rig and I one option I'm weighing is buying one with a single DIN form factor to mount under my single DIN receiver.
matthew  Mar 06, 2016
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I wouldn't recommend it the heat could cause you problems and your probably going to have to cut into you dash.
james e  Dec 13, 2019
I really don't know...I was using it only on a double size radio, and I no longer have that car, so I can't even look for you. Best of luck!
todd  Mar 08, 2016
How do you remove extra tabs?
roland  Mar 27, 2014
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or just break with fingers
jordan  Jan 09, 2016
Hack saw blade.
kevin  Mar 28, 2014
I clipped them off at the base of the tab with a pair of wire cutters. You could also probably bend them back and forth with a pair of pliers until they yield.
chris  Mar 28, 2014
I took a pair of wire cutters (dikes) to cut off the tabs.
adam  Mar 28, 2014
I just bent them over and they snapped off
steve  Mar 28, 2014
With a electric hot knife, a dremal, or a pair of pliers. If you use pliers just be careful. Rock the tabs back and forth till the break off. You can also use a pair of wire cutters if the allow for flush cut.
matthew  Mar 28, 2014

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