Check at first the ignition 1 fuse in the rear fuse block. Check if it is open, but also check and see if there is power at that fuse. If there is no power at that fuse, it could be a faulty ignition switch. You can also try this first, disconnect the battery cables and short them together for a minute or so. Frequently, on the newer cars with multiple modules, they can experience a condition known to me as logic lock. Shorting the battery cables discharges the capacitors responsible for keep alive, and many conditions have been corrected with this simple procedure, it is worth a try.
Here is a guide that can help.
Saturday, July 16th, 2011 AT 7:01 PM