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one fuse controls both radio and clock it's located on the drivers side to the left of the clutch pedal if it has one there is a little box wich has a cover so you can read wich one is the right one if i remember it's a 15 amp fuse.
Hello It is eay to replace the power capacitors. Just resolder them out from the board and solder a new one in place. Make sure the polarity of the capacitor. Electrolytic capacitors will have both +ve and -- Ve polarity. It will be marked both on the capacitor and printed circuit board. Normally --Ve markings can be seen on most capacitors. Coinside this marking to the marking at the printed circuit board. If the polarity reverses, the capacitor will explode as you switch ON the set. See the negative (--Ve) marking.