No problem... All that is meant by continuity is if there is a continuous flow of power through a conductor. In this case, the fuse. Basically, a multi meter puts power on one side of the fuse and if there are no breaks internally within the fuse, power will come out the other side. Thus, the continuous flow of power exist. (continuity) If there is a break in the fuse or wire, then power will not come out the other end. Thus, an open circuit.
Here is another way to check a fuse using a test light: You basically check both sides of the fuse when it is in the box. If power is on both sides, the fuse is good. If there is power only on one side, then it is bad.
At this point, something tells me the fuse isn't the problem but rather a dead battery. Remove the battery and take it to a local parts store and have it load tested. That is the first thing we need to do. If the battery is dead, nothing we do is going to work.
Let me know. Also, if you don't understand something I say, please feel free to ask.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 AT 8:57 PM