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Metra 95-6524B Dash Kit Fits 2002-07 Jeep Liberty — double-DIN radios (Matte Black)

Item # 120956524B

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About the Metra 95-6524B Dash Kit

Metra 95-6524B

The Metra 95-6524B 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 trim-panel
  • 2 Brackets
  • Installation Instructions
MFR #95-6524B

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Did anyone have to modify the dash kit to fit the double din radio??
kevin a  Jan 31, 2017
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I forgot to mention that no modifications need to be made to the dash kit itself, unless you want to paint it. Very good quality. The DC power outlet is on the left instead of the right which I liked as well.
corey  Feb 01, 2017
HI Kevin, I did this install last year on my 2004 Jeep Liberty. I upgraded with the Jensen VX7022 navigation receiver from Crutchfield. Highly recommend! Yes, you do have to do some cutting with a Dremel tool & cut off wheel. There is a black piece of plastic that has to be removed in the back of the cavity in order to make clearance. This Youtube video is what helped me out. The cutting part starts at 6:55, VERY IMPORTANT: Once you get done cutting the tabs, use a big flat head screw driver to pry out the piece of plastic, it's glued to the plastic wall behind it! Overall it was a fun project. Your cuts don't have to be pretty no one will see it. Hope this helps! -Corey
corey  Feb 01, 2017
I had to use a file to remove about 1/16" of material for the double din receiver to properly fit. Wasn't particularly difficult, but a tad frustrating that it need be altered at all.
jonathan  Jan 31, 2017
No, the double din sits about 1/8 of an inch back from being flush with this kit but I did not have to modify or cut into anything. It still looks good.
matthew  Jan 31, 2017
Yes, we had to cut out part of the dash (the lower part that the factory radio set on) to get the double din radio to fit. Once we removed that part of the dash it fit nicely in the dash and front bezel.
christopher  Jan 31, 2017
I did not have to modify the kit itself. But you do have to modify behind the kit for the radio to insert into the dash itself.
david  Jan 31, 2017
I used this kit and had no problems on a 2002 liberty
robert  Jan 31, 2017
No, but your wiring may be causin it not to slide all the way back into position!
israel  Jan 31, 2017
No not the dask kit but you do have to cut out a couple of pieces of the dash itself.
jonathan  Jan 31, 2017
Why is the cigarette ligher on the left side? Its susposed to be on the right side?Or is the picture just wrong?
zach  Jul 12, 2015
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The picture is correct. The dash kit does have the lighter on the opposite side from where the factory original is ( I don't know why) However, in my 2007 jeep liberty there was no problem installing the lighter on the left side. The wires were long enough and it didn't seem to hit anything inside the dash
laneal  Jul 15, 2015
It does come on the left side; however, it Is not an issue in the switching of position. We had ours installed and there weren't any problems with the change.
multi dimension  Jul 13, 2015
It's supposed to be on the driver side, the picture is right!
israel  Jul 12, 2015

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