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Question re: Pioneer AVIC-X930BT & Sirius

Looking at upgrading my Shaker 500 with a Pioneer AVIC X930BT. I know I need the harness (C2R-FRD1 radio replacement interface) that allows integration with my factory amp. My question is this: I have factory Sirius installed in my Shaker. Will I also need to purchase the Pioneer-specific Sirius tuner for the new HU or does the wiring harness allow me to use the Sirius tuner that is already installed?
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Thinking about doing the same exact thing, and have the exact same question. I guess also, is the only harness the C2R-FRD1 and the one that comes with the headunit, or is there any other wiring harnesses or supplies necessary?

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Youll need to buy an aftermarket Pioneer satelite radio tuner. Unless the Serius tuner is a seperate box that the PAC kit utilizes, than youll have to buy another one. I could only imagine the Sirius tuner being integrated into the big stock headunit already though.

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