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The fuse block on all models is located under the left hand side of the
instrument panel. All flashers are mounted on the fuse block. Each fuse
is marked on the fuse block as to which circuit it is protecting. Some
early models also use an in-line 30 amp, fuse for the air conditioning
hi-blower, located at the cowl relay and an in-line 10 amp, fuse for
Check this diagrams...
Fig. 19: Chassis wiring - 1981-83 Cutlass
Fig. 20: Chassis wiring - 1981-83 Cutlass continued
The 15 amp dome fuse is in the fuse box under the hood and the 15 amp CIG fuse is in the lower finish panel up under the dash on the drivers side. These are needed for the radio. The above fuses plus the 15 amp Gauge fuse in the box with the dome fuse under the hood are needed for the clock.
If the clock is the only defective module, I have removal instructions and a repair service. Check out www.autoclockrepair.com