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the instructions of the new power aerial will explain how to wire up the unit
some are wire for wire and others some wires are used and others the wires are different
talk with a radio installer for suggestions of the wiring
possibly .I suggest that you check the completed circuit for a ground wire
some have their own ground and some ground out through the copper braid of the antenna wire, through the set to ground which may require and extra wire from the set
I had such a problem when installing a replacement unit where the wiring was slightly different and I found that the grounding was the problem
does the power antenna sense the power lead of the radio . Did you somehow disconnect a sensor wire from the radio power wire when installing the new radio.
This might be the cause of the power antenna not going up when radio switched on ?
The above is a good explanation of accessing the mirror but to answer your question directly, yes, they will fit. All the 90-97 mirrors are interchangeable with the exception of installing later power mirrors onto a 90-91 Miata where it wasn't a factory option. They will mount up fine but do require enlarging the center hole where the wires need to run.
Usually the blue wire from the stereo is for the remote amp and/or power antenna. If you haven't cut off the stock radio plug, I would check into getting a stereo harness adapter for the stereo. Most auto stereo shops can get them.
its held in by the bracket on the botom of it and also the chrome nut arount the top of it... remove the nut from the top and the bolts from the base support bracket and then remove the antenna and power wires.. when installing replacement antenna secure the top nut first. then bolt base and reconnect antenna wire and power plug