Do you mean all the systems on those circuits are dead? If so, that would point to those fuse link wires being burned open. That is quite uncommon. Was there something in the car's recent history that led up to this?
According to the way the diagram is drawn, it appears these fuse links are attached to the larger terminal on the starter motor's solenoid. The starter has nothing to do with those circuits. That large terminal is just used as a convenient tie point so all those wires don't have to run all the way back to the battery. My suspicion is someone replaced the starter and overlooked those two wires, or, less likely, they both corroded off.
Fuse link wires have a dull color. They're a smaller diameter so they become the weak link in the chain. The insulation is designed to not burn or melt. That piece of wire is typically only about four to six inches long.
If those fuse link wires are properly connected, pull on them to test them. If one acts like a piece of wire, it is okay. If it is burned open, it will stretch like a rubber band.
Monday, February 10th, 2020 AT 6:19 PM