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1989 Maxima Runs but nothing is working

My seatbelts do not release when open door, fan and air not working, electric windows not working..speedometor been messing up, shift lock and key release going out. Appears as entire ACC going down. Help!

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Fuse is the only thing I can think that would cause this on so many different things. Check one of the big ones under your hood.

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