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Shaker 1000 Aftermarket wiring Harness difficulty level?

I am writing this not only to get some questions answered, but also, as a guide as I install my components. I have read a few dozen threads but none have answered my question. First and foremost, the hardware:

- 2005 Mustang GT Convert with 1000w Shaker system
- Kenwood DDX419 In-Dash 6.1" CD/DVD Receiver w/ Bluetooth & Pandora
- PAC C2R-FRD1 Ford Radio Replace Interface

I understand how to remove all the components, and the actual installation isnt an issue, however, Im not the super proficient electricians that some of you guys are, so how difficult is it to pair the Wiring supplied by the Kenwood to the PAC replacement wiring harness? I have read its fairly straight forward; Im not adding the Nav feature right now, but I am connecting Sirius Satelite radio.

Has anyone found a "map" of the wiring proceedure, including where to mount a sat radio tuner module in the circut? I have read:
http://www.stangnet.com/mustang-forums/threads/pioneer-avic-d3-installation-write-up.736028/ a few times as well as some other links associated with this thread.

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The DDX419 is the same as the DDX319 but adds a bluetooth mic that plugs right into the back of the receiver.

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The optional SiriusXM module plugs directly into the head unit per page 80 of the manual.
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The PAC unit also supplies the 5V regulators, so you wont have to wire these in as shown in the link you posted. They are required if you use aftermarket harnesses and don't use the PAC unit. The only modification to the pac wiring kit is splicing in the 1 Amp diode per my write-up.
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Thanks very much. I had been digging through anything that came up in a search for PAC, Wiring, Shaker, Aftermarket HU, etc. I glanced over the link, it seems fairly straight forward...am I correct in that assumption? Im no wiring guru....Im still fairly new to that stuff.

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The DDX419 is the same as the DDX319 but adds a bluetooth mic that plugs right into the back of the receiver.

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