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should have diagram on fuse box cover showing which fuse to replace.If no help check the car manual. the diagram is located in it somewhere.Or simply pull fuses one at a time until you find the one that is blown.
look in fuse box on inside , on your panel that tells you the order , theres a 10 amp with a blackcover on it . it says i.o.d on it thats the problem i was in the same problem , i changed it [it was blown] now everything works . happy to help
Check your fuses. First check your owner's manual for fuse box locations. If a fuse is blown it will have a break in the small wire that runs through the inside of the fuse or the inside will look charred and black or brown. Try going to a store that sells fuses and looking at new fuses to get an idea of what you'll be looking for. Your fuse box is most likely located on the side of the drivers side dashboard. You'll have to open the door to access it. If it isn't there, other likely places include under the dash on either side or in the glovebox. If the fuse box diagram isn't on the cover it can likely be found in your owner's manual. I imagine each of those controls are all on the same fuse and that would explain why they all went out at the same time. Should you find that none of your fuses are blown there is another set of fuses under the hood. You'll find them inside a relatively small rectangular or square box under the hood possibly marked "fuse box". Again the diagram should be on the cover and if it isn't check your owner's manual. If none of those are blown then my next idea would be that there is a short somewhere along the entire circuit in which case only a technician could diagnose and help you with that. A short in your circuit could cause a fire and burn down your car so I suggest that you fix this problem as soon as possible. Hope this helps:)
Normally the owners manual will have a diagram of the fuse panel and what fuses are where. It may be by number with a table that has the names. Then you'll have to take the manual to the fuse panel so you can tell which is the top and bottom.
You could also just take fuses out one by one and look through the side to see if they are blown. A good fuse will have no breaks or burnt spots in it. A blown fuse will have a gap somewhere. If there's a doubt, get an ohmmeter and test it. It should be less than a half ohm, but a blown fuse will be open.