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Fuse 33 is for the drivers seat module, so start by checking for wires frayed and grounded at this module. For the car not starting, will it at least crank? If so can you check the fuel pressure, ignition spark, and injector pulse. Let me know these results.
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Thanks for the update on the year change, you originally said 2005. On a 2007 fuse 33 is for the ignition switch. See the file below.
I need you to unplug the ignition switch, and remotely power the circuits the switch does, one by one with a wire from the battery and a 30 amp in line fuse to see which circuit is grounded.
Are you able to do the tests I mentioned?
Which fuse number is ***** blowing. Have you resolved the issue with fuse 33 from your original concern?