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Check all your fuses and the wiring going to the fuse box in the van and the power distribution box under the hood near the battery for brakes or corrosion.
They're inline with the battery cable. You can tell if they're burned through because they will be soft and mushy.
Check for power in and out, or ohm them.
Run new power to the box, this is not impossible from my end because I can't see it. Please remember to rate me for my time, I don't get credit for helping until you do.
I know, but you also said you didn't have power to the fuse block. We need to get power there.
Take it right from the battery. We have to do this if you can't find where the brake is at.