My tape adapter I've used for almost 10 years died (or the tape deck bit the dust) recently. So, I bit the bullet and bought a Scosche faceplate/install kit along with a new Pioneer digital media deck (USB/AUX/Bluetooth/etc.) I mocked up everything and it all looks great. The deck is barely 3" deep, so there shouldn't be any fitment issues. Just have to pull apart the OEM radio and move the knobs over and crimp all of the wiring harnesses together. I was familiarizing myself with the instructions of the new deck, and it mentions that I should connect the stereo's ground wire (from the Pioneer harness) to it's own body ground. According to Pioneer, failure to do so may cause a fire. Yet, looking at the Schoche kit, the large harness has an extra black ground wire (I assume it's for the stereo ground...?). Is it safe to connect the ground from the stereo to the available ground wire on the Scoche kit? I don't want to torch my Escort and cause a fire. The last car stereo I installed was at least 16 years ago, so I'm a little rusty. I wanted to ask the pros here for their opinion. I'm stoked to get this thing installed soon. Thanks in advance.