Wiring can be confusing, so don't think you're going crazy. LOL Just hang in there and we'll get it figured out.
Now, the crank fuse should only have power when the key is in the start position. Power comes from the ignition switch. I'm saying that because you may not have checked it for power when the key was in the start position. See pic below.
The dimmer switch for the IP is powered by the headlamp switch. If the headlamps work, chances are the switch itself is faulty. There is a built-in circuit breaker for the IP dimmer/lighting. It may have failed. See pic below
Let me know. Also, do the other fuses you mentioned before now have power? Also, have you scanned the computer to see if there are diagnostic trouble codes stored? In your original post, you indicated a new battery and no response from the starter. Since it is running (rough), I suspect the starter is now working. Is that correct?
Let me know.
See pics below. Note: I had to cut the schematic in half to make it readable. I did overlap the two and highlighted wiring and fuses of interest.
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Friday, October 13th, 2023 AT 8:28 PM