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I NEED TO FIND A DASH KIT FOR AN AFTERMARKET HEAD UNIT!!!!!!

If anyone knows where I can order one please let me know. Also, I cant figure out how to set my seats so I can use the auto settings on the door. Thanksw to anyone that can help me.

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I found the dash kit on amazon.com The product name and number is the Metra Electronics Corp. - 99-8156. I still am not sure how to use the power seat controls. Please help me.

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