Since the PakTrakr remote pulls a little bit of current all the time, I put a detachable link on the Black wire. I'll pull them if I won't be driving the car for a while.
As soon as the Black and Red wires were connected, a small greed LED started blinking on each remote. This indicates that the remote is working correctly. I'll clean up the sensor wires with small zip-ties once all of the data checks out.
The next step will be to daisy-chain each remote's data cable back to the display in the dashboard. I'll then install an RS-232 to Bluetooth adapter which will drive data to the app on my Android-based Bionic. I just upgraded the phone a few weeks ago - it's got a faster CPU and more memory, but most importantly it has a bigger screen for better visibility of the app display.