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Metra 72-9300

Speaker Connector for Select Mazda/Nissan Vehicles

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  • No cutting into originals wires needed
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  • 1-year Manufacturer’s warranty

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Michael

Vancouver, WA

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Worked great - 2002 Impreza

January 11, 2013

Worked great on my 2002 Subaru Impreza for front speaker install in doors.

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Adapting Subaru Front Speakers

October 13, 2014

These adapters work great for adapting aftermaket front speakers to the stock wiring in 02-07 Imprezas. The small tab on the stock wiring plug needs to be removed and then this is plug and play.

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Manutea

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Easiest install ever

October 19, 2011

This was guess work as I needed them for a GEO Metro, and they are shown as fitting something else. Thank goodness the picture on the web is sharp and clear. Received two pairs and BINGO, this was the easiest install ever.

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Ed

LaVale, MD

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Exact Factory Match

May 17, 2010

The harness plugged right in to the existing speaker wiring and was seamless in its design. A breeze to install.

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I didn't want to cut my wires.
Leonard C on Oct 15, 2014
Will these fit a 2010 Mazda 5 sport? Or what ones should i get?
Thanks, Jess
Jesse W on Aug 31, 2014
Best Answer: Hello Jesse,

Unfortunately, there is no harness that specifies your vehicle. Metra suggests the Metra 72-5600 will be the one needed. The traditional method of determining (+)(-) may be the next approach.

Metra 72-5600
http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_12716_Metra-72-5600.html
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Will this be compatable for a 2001 Mazda 626?
DeviantClyde on Jan 31, 2015
Best Answer: Andrew. I have rarely done installations on Mazda's. In fact, it has probably been 8 years since the last time I have done an installation on a Mazda. I can tell you though that this is a difficult question because their 3 connectors that are a possible fit, though only 1 of the 3 is correct AND,,, there is much conflicting information between aftermarket manufactures about this specific model of Mazda. 1st, the one you have listed is the Metra 72-9300. I don't think that's the correct one but I cannot say that with certainty. I think its more used on some GM and ford models. 2nd possibility is the Metra 71-039c but I don't think that is the correct one either, though it may work for rear speakers in the sedan or hatchback models. 3rd and last is the Metra 72-5512. I think the 3rd will be the correct one for front speakers. but I can't say for sure. I think part of the confusion is that a few models came with different speaker options and the bad thing is that Mazda used different connections for front and rear speakers on some models and also different connections on different sound system package.... also to make things worse, I think it is different connectors if you model is a sedan or hatchback. so yeah,,, lots of confusion. So, don't take anything in this message as a sure thing. This is only my opinion and best judgement. Sorry I can't give you a definite answer, but I hope this helps.
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Will this adapter fit my 2000 Mazda Protege LX?
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Product Summary

Manufacturer

Model Number

72-9300

UPC

086429017188

Weight

0.09lbs

Internal SKU

met-729300

Internal Product ID

12741

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Product Name: Metra 72-9300