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capacitor identification

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GNXdreamin

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Okay, i'm attempting to identify a capacitor value, so i can replace it. It looks almost like a miniatre resistor, but it's not. It has 5 color bands around it, the colors are (in order) brown, black, red, silver, siilver. Like i said before, it's shaped like a traditional resistor. Comes off a PCB out of a '96 Chrysler Town and Country instrument cluster. The spot on the board is labeled C2, so i know it's a capacitor. The resistors are labeled with the letter R followed by a number. I need to replace that capacitor, and i'm having trouble locating one that looks like mine. If someone could identify it, and perhaps give an appropriate replacement that i could use, i'd be very grateful. Thanks in advance.
 

Gary B

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You may have something older than my current reference, but a decoder I found on the web says it is .02pf 10% ± 500 ppm/°C temperature coefficient.
Per my reference:
First band= Black or silver indicating industry or military
First digit 0
Second digit 2
Multiplier .01
Tolerance 10%
 
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