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Without knowing the year, make, or madel, I can't be sure, but, If you remove the fuse box cover on the inside of the car, ( usually located on the driver's side, near the door, just under the dash.), most manufacturer's put a diagram of the fuses and what they're for on the inside of the cover.
This should also be the location for your map light fuse.
have u check the bulbs?.... i would try to see if they ok remove em an check for power going to those locations, activate ur switches an see if you get any power may just be burned bulbs..... if the fuses seem to be OK
there is a fuse box in the engine bay and a fuse box in the vehicle. the one in the engine bay is the upper right side(passenger). the inside of the fuse box cover has a map of the fuses....this is a mirror image of the fuse box, so hold it next to the fuse box to locate the proper fuse. the box in the car is on the left (driver) lower kick panel.behind , behind the hood latch pull handle. it too has a map on it with a mirror image. make sure to replace with the same amperage fuse!