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All fuses get their power from the battery. The under dash fuse box is no exception.
In the under-HOOD fuse and relay box, there will be a 'Master' fuse that sends power to the other components. This will be a 50 or 75 Amp fuse. Check every fuse you see in that under-HOOD box, and one of the mains is probably out.
You'll need to find out why it blew, because there is definitely a reason when the big ones blow. It's a major short circuit.
Did you replace a starter, or alternator, or battery before the problem bagan?
I have the diagrams you need. There are two different configurations under the hood for your fuse diagrams but I can send both to you along with the one inside of the car. Send me your email and I will send you the diagrams. Outdoorsman592003@gmail.com
Under the hood of the engine, close to the battery, there is a black plastic box. This is the Fuse Relay and Control Unit Box location. Remove this Box cover. The top of this box shows which fuses or relays control the different electrical components within the engine. On the Drivers's Side of this box (right-side if you are leaning over the bumber and radiator, and facing the windshield) you will see a radiator fan relay. You can pull this and take it to your local Parts store and ask them to test it. If it tests bad, then buy another (likely $20+). Do NOT keep driving your car until you get your radiator fan fixed, <this image should help you> because over-heating the engine could ruin your engine ($$$$).
I found a copy of your FUSE BLOCK DIAGRAM.... But I cant fax it to you ..So I will send you to the web site where I found it..Go to http://www.autozone.com Register your car, then click repair, and look for electrical Diagram..