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ESP button and Hazards button

The ESP button and Hazards button are not functional. These buttons are located on the same panel and there doesn't seem to be a fuse for this. Any troubleshooting ideas?

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There is no fuse. Have you checked to see if the switch bank is even plugged in?

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