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Hello I will help you with your question,
Look at the components below the short connector in this diagram. This is the yellow connector in the passenger compartment fuse block. It is turned around in its socket for shipping so that the battery is not discharged when the vehicle gets to the dealer. It is fed through fuse #6 so that has to be checked.
If these are the components that have no power you will have to find the issue between fuse #6 and the short connector.
Let me know what you find with the power at the short connector
It is possible that the short connector can become dislodged and it might burn out but it is not a fuse only a jumper that is meant to be turned around once at the dealership and it stays in that position for the life of the vehicle. If all the components are fed through the short connector as shown in the wiring diagram it is a handy place to check for power. If you have power to that point the problem is downstream but I suspect you can find the fault between fuse #6 that you posted had power and the short connector. Look for burned places, it is not that difficult to pull the fuse block it just has a lot of connectors but they only go back in one place so you dont have to remember where everything goes. Look ove the block, measure for voltage at the yellow short connector terminals and let me know what you find.