My car is away with 'she who must be obeyed
' at the moment so I don't have access to the details you need re. fuses and I don't know the car well enough (yet) to remember which it is off the top of my head - but someone surely will
I'd check again the information in the owners handbook with the fuses listed.......
That would be a help and will probably just need patience to understand.
Without suggesting the obvious, I'd whip off the electrical connector again and unbolt the light unit again (4x10mm nuts) take the light out and have a look at the board.
If it, and the bulbs, are all looking ok reach in and reconnect the unit to the electrics but don't
refit the light. Try the lights again.
No joy? Give everything a waggle (very technical) and try it again.
If still no joy check through the lower rated fuses - chances are it will be lower rated fuse - and if ones blown swap it out. Laborious? Yes, but crack on.
A circuit tester would be handy at any point above.
That really should resolve the issue, beyond that long range diagnosis and suggestion becomes pointless.
Don't forget to bolt the light back in