If there is no power at the fuse, I will need you to confirm that the pins which the fuse connect to are not corroded or pushed down into the fuse box and preventing them to make contact. If that isn't an issue, I will need you to disconnect the battery and remove and inspect the rear of the box to make sure there is no damage. However, before you remove it, I want you to check something else, and that is ground.
Simply remove one of the lights and see if there is continuity to ground. Not always, but in many cases, the ground wire will be black or black with a white tracer on it. Basically, we will be confirming that ground to the lights hasn't been lost.
The good thing is because of the model year, it shouldn't be too complex. If the box is bad, it will need replaced.
If you have questions or need help about what I suggested, let me know.
Take good care of yourself.
Thursday, July 16th, 2020 AT 9:11 PM