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No crank. Bad fuse block?

Hi 1st post on here... I have a 2005 6.0. Truck started fine til i had it detailed and they shampooed carpet etc.. went out the next day and truck is full of moisture from the carpet I'm assuming and it wont start or even crank..
When you turn key over only the battery and seatbelts light show on dash. Fuel pump primes. And that's it. Radio and power windows dont work either.
So far I've done the following:
-Jumped yellow wire under the hood to battery terminal and truck fires right up.
-checked all fuses and relays and found nothing bad
-replaced ignition switch and cylinder still nothing
-unplugged fan clutch still nothing

I'm thinking fuse block uner dash is bad. There was trapped water when I took off the cover for it after the detailing and its the only thing I can think of but anyway to determine that for sure or anything else to check?

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Washed the inside of the cab with a hose??

Ok, maybe a little overboard -- may what to check the wiper arm pivot seal, to see if water is coming in from there
it can run down and drip on the fuse box

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No they shampooed carpet with wet vac but it still left moisture in carpet and I should've left windows down after but i didnt so it was pretty wet inside the next day.
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I just went through the no crank issue on my 04, for the last 3 weeks. I swear I checked the fuses visually and with a continuity tester, several times, but yesterday I was checking them again (after removing the entire fuse panel) and sure enough I found a 30 amp Jcase fuse (#11 "starter motor") was blown!!! Replaced it - fired right up!
On the upside of "wasting" so much time tracking this down - I fixed the sloppy gear selector on the column! It was the pin (7W441) that holds a steel tang (7D282) in place on the bottom of the column shifter - had fallen out; so the bottom end was sloppy and would rarely go into park firmly. Those 2 part numbers are from the 04 F250 tilt steering column, exploded view from the dealership parts Dept.
The moral on the story: check EVERY fuse when u have an electrical problem 1st !!! Remove every one and check visually and test for continuity - then check again, to make sure.
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When troubleshooting, we can only ask questions over the internet. When you get a reply that something was checked, we usually have to take it for granted and move on. Thanks for posting @wags04 !! Electrical issues need "particular" care and thoroughness!

Sometimes a leaking front windshield can allow a lot of water to drip down behind the dash.
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The wiper arm pivot is another source for water running in the cab

I use a thin test probe that will slip past the "head" of the fuse and touch the contacts where it plugs in
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