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The first thing I'd do is check ALL the fuses.

The easiest way to do that is to touch the probe of a voltmeter to the two little metal tabs on top of each fuse. Make sure you get the same voltage reading on each side of the fuse. If you have 12V on one side and something different on the other, that fuse is blown. You should be able to test every fuse on the car in 5~10mins doing that way rather than pulling each one out and looking.
 

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You're better off talking to a mechanic or dealership. You're wasting your time asking for help here.
Oh, I don't know about that. I've managed to help a few folk on the forum fix faults that their dealer couldn't couldn't diagnose.

Here is one example that springs to mind : Emissions Machine No Comms
 
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