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Your year--make--model didn't post for some reason? That info would be helpful.
Checking fuses is good, but, you also need to check voltage on applicable fuse circuit, use a test light. Even if the fuse is good, if no voltage on the fuse circuit, the circuit is still dead.
Your dash lights may be wired through headlamp switch? I can't look up anything w/o more vehicle info.
you have 2 fuse boxes 1 located by the drivers left foot about 10 inches up from the floor and 1 under the hood both have a diagram under the lids, you also should have a diagram in your owners manuel .also check the section about the windsheild washer to see if there any special details. example in line fuse,or manuel resets or seperate relay etc
not sure if it's the AC... sounds like a short in the starter / solenoid... check the wiring harness that runs from starter to battery.. if it popped free from mooring it could have gotten too close to exhaust manifold? or engine block and melted the sleeve allowing bare wires to short out..
or check the spark plug cables... if the are "dry rotted" or crack when you bend them (usually closest end to engine block) they will short out and kill the motor out even while driving...
will try to scan the fuse box schematic and post for you..