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1993 mark viii first smelled electrical. Next day the radio and cd changer didn't work, how do i know if it is the amplifier or just the radio that has gone bad

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Do you have the JBL Premium (will say on the speaker covers) or regular?
Most likely the amp. There is a fuse on some models (cant remember which), replace that first and see what happens.

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