The Fuse panel is in the cab of the truck, passenger side kick panel. If you lay on the floor and look at the kick panel, you should see a thumb raise in the panel. Pull the panel with the finger raise like a door towards the rear of the truck, the hing would be the a pillar side of the cover.
Once this the cover is off, you will see the fuse panel cover and the fuel inertia switch
Fuse # 34.
If you are having a crank no start issue, press down on the fuel inertia switch button ( on the top, think it is a red button ), and try again.
If not, check the fuse with a meter with the key in the run position ( use the pins on the back of the fuse to a meter and a ground lug is in the kick panel near the floor, should have + 12V DC on both pins on the fuse ).
If the fuse tests good and the fuel inertia switch is in the reset position, next is to check the FPDM ( Fuel Pump Driver Module ) on the cross member under the rear of the truck, above the spare tire.
The FPDM can have corrosion build up under it, causing the PC Board to crack.
This is a picture from my 2006, where the case was cracked, but had not cracked the PCB.
The spare tire cable for the lift is to the right of the picture, the tire on the left is the driver's sode rear tire, taken facing the front of the truck from the rear bumper
The new kit has stand offs on it, to provide some room so the corrosion does not happen ( or happen as much )
This is what the fuse for the fuel pump relay, and the fuel inertia feed power to, to run the fuel pump.