OK, I mis-typed, the airbag/vats fuse should only have power in crank position.
When checking for power at the other fuses, especially the IGN/Chime Clstr fuse, be sure that the key is in on. If you have no power at the Ign/Chime Clstr fuse then we need to see if there is power coming from the ignition switch itself.
The ignition switch would be my first guess with this type of failure and the most common cause. The Park Neutral switch only interrupts the ground side of the relay, so since you are missing power (if I understand correctly) then we need to check for power to and from the ignition switch.
The ignition switch is located on the steering column also. I will include a picture. Once you locate the switch, you need to test for power at the red wire going into the switch.
This is fed by the 60A IGN fuse under hood. According to my diagram you should have 2 fuse panels under the hood and each has a fuse that has IGN in the wording, we are interested in the IGN SW fuse that should be in the Right Hand fuse block. You should also have power at several wires coming from the switch with the key in the run position.
The main one to check is the Orange for now and also check the yellow while in crank position as this feeds the starter circuit. If you are getting power in on the red and power is missing from any of the feed wires coming out then the contacts in the switch are bad and the switch should be replaced. Let me know what the result of the testing is.
Thanks. Also, I might be offline for most of the day today, with it being a holiday. I will check in when possible. If I don't respond back today, I will tomorrow.