Thanks for your help but I'm not sure how many times I've stated this.
1) I inspected every standard fuse in the following manner. A) I first inpected them visually by holding them to a light. It is very easy to spot a blown fuse this way and why they make them clear. B) Nonetheless, I removed each fuse and placed them into the door dinger circuit slot. Each fuse caused the dinger to sound off upon insertion, therefore no blown fuses. C) I also removed each fuse and checked "continuity" between the legs with my DVOM. All showed continuity, therefore no blown fuses. C) In addition to all the above, I checked battery votage on "each" leg of each fuse. Each leg of each standard fuse showed voltage; with the exception of a handfull. Those few exceptions were not due to a blown fuse though. I could never get battery power to read on a few circuits as noted. D) I also swapped out like fuses randomly on pertinent circuits. E) Lastly, numerous "pertinent" fuses and respective circuits were checked no less than half a dozen times each, in simply satisfying requests by you and a few others who were also helping troubleshoot.
2) The large 30amp, 40amp, and 50amp fuses were each checked for continuity with a DVOM. I checked every one of these a minimunm of 2 times each. I checked several "pertinent" ones 3 and 4 times each in again satisfying requests by others.
There are no dead fuses. I will post what the issue was after the dealership finishes the repair.
Thursday, October 11th, 2012 AT 12:02 AM