OK....first off, we need to get some terminology right.
What you are pointing to in the picture isn't a fuse...it'* a relay, and is way different than a fuse.
Now then...do you have access to a digital multimeter? We need to see if you are getting power to the underhood fuse center. Then check for ground continuity by putting the meter in the "ohm" selection, put one probe on the ground terminal of the battery and the other probe on any part of the chassis AND the engine.
Better yet....do you even have 12 volts @ the battery??
EDIT - Reread the initial post...I think there may be an issue with power to the fuse center like I first mentioned.
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