Please forgive me. The sarcasm was not meant for you at all. I just wish someone would give us some help. As a note... today I solved my radio problem, but still have two mystery wires remaining.
Blue and gray wire... connected to blue wire of aftermarket stereo= antenna goes up when radio turned on and down when radio turned off.
Red wire to stereo red wire: clock and preset memory
Red and yellow wire to stereo yellow wire: ignition hot wire
Brown wire to stereo black wire: ground
speaker wires were already hooked up and seem to work fine... I only have back speakers.
The "ignition hot wire" was dead... no current, so i lifted the fuse panel behind the firewall and noticed there was no screw on one side of the number 9 fuse. I disconnected the battery, and replaced the screw. I then had power and the stereo worked fine. (maybe the original stereo had a short and someone intentionally removed it?????)
As for my AC blower, I did find a hairline crack in the fusable link... it cracked half in two with a gentle touch. I will replace that, and tomorrow morning tear the blower motor out and see if it runs when hooked up direct. that should get me headed in the right direction i hope.
Again... please don't think i was trying to be rude to you... not meant to you at all... more directed toward the universe. I was getting very frustrated. I have been working on my patience for many years now.