I guessed no one could help me sooooo..., I helped myself.
I cracked the pinout dillema that I was having problem with.
My first diagnosis when I opened up the EQ were right on the target. But, I didn't want to assume that it was right at the first time by just looking at the circuits. I went the next step further that I'm sure is the only way to find out those shitski. I used my Adjustable DC power supply and did the test each pins by trial and error. I noticed that when I touch a wrong or ground wires with the leads, the voltage drops dramatically and you see tiny sparks I wasn't scared to get grounded, I've freakin got grounded since I was a kid up to adulthood several times, so I know how it feels and that's why I wasn't scared at all. The only thing I was scared of was to freakin fry the pcb board. Anyway, here's the results;
1st row (2 pins):
Left hand side? = could be ground also?
Right hand side?= Ground
2nd row (3pins):
Left hand side?= either remote-on or power when the ignition is
Middle?= either remote on or power when the ignition is on
Right hand side?= either remote on or power when the ignition is on
I'll let you know guys when I test it in the real scenario(possibly hook it up maniana, if weather permits) which one is really the pos. and the remote on.
I found even better than what I freakin' improvised..., I freakin' found the original wires under the head unit. I'm freakin' a senile! That's why I kept asking myself, how the freakin' way I could loose a blue, yellow, and black wires 2 feet long with fuse holder with it??? I was right on the spot anyway when I opened and diagnosed the circuits. Well, I proved to myself that whatever I learned from tech school long time ago never faded. Oh yeah!
Hey! don't call me stupid! That's senility!