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Hello if you remove fuse 10 again did it blow again?
The component in your photo is a capacitor for radio interference. If you move the interior dimmer switch up and down the lights still don't work correct?
Do you have a test light or volt metr to test for voltage at the fuse? It should have 12v on both sides.
Here is the diagram you need. If the fuse blew it could be due to a short some place or the smart junction box can be to blame. The first this is disconnect both positive and negative cables. Touch them together and this will perform a hard reset on everything. If that doesn't work it makes me think the problem is going to be the dimmer switch itself causing the issue. When you roll the switch all the way up does the dome light at least work?
I'm sorry my last response didn't seem to go through. The SJB is the smart junction box. It is the interior fuse panel with a fancy name. If that part works it makes me think the wire might be broken for the illumination or the SJB logic could have burned out. With the illumination on the VT/GY wire should have 12v. If you have power here then there is a break in the wire. If you don't get power here and the fuse has power then the SJB is faulty.