The only thing I can find common to all of these things is the Body Computer. There is no single fuse that would affect everything, but since we can't see what's inside the computer, it is possible for part of it to not turn due to one blown fuse or one dead power wire such as from the ignition switch.
I would start by checking each fuse inside the car and under the hood with a test light. There will be two tiny holes on top of each one. Those are the test points. You're looking for any fuse that has voltage on one side but not the other when the ignition switch is turned on.
Some fuses will have no voltage on either side if that circuit isn't turned on, but make a note of which ones those are. There should be a description of each fuse on the fuse box covers. If we get lucky and you find no voltage to multiple fuses for the dead circuits, we'll have a good starting point for tracking down a break in the wiring. If all of the fuses have voltage when they should, that would suggest the Body Computer is defective, but we have to rule out the less costly stuff first.
Thursday, December 22nd, 2011 AT 9:17 AM