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Wiring schematics are your best friend at this point. Locate the ground circuit for the stereo (first on the schematic, then physically on the vehicle). For a component to receive "partial power" but not function as intended, the ground circuit is the best place to look. A corroded ground or a splice or crack in the ground wire should be the cause of your problem.
Get a long shank screw driver and place it on the starter. While a friend attempts to start the car, tap the handle of the screw driver with a ball pin hammer. Sounds like the pin is catching upon deployment. Eventually your going to need to replace the solenoid and the starter.