But if this were my car I would use a test light to confirm INPUT power into fuse F2.37. Then turn the dimmer knob on the head light switch and confirm that the brightness of the test light changes as the dimmer knob is turned.
If no input power to the fuse then suspect a bad head light switch. Best to inspect for evidence of over heating (very common).
If the fuse is good and the input power is confirmed next check the cluster ground behind the center console. Test the black wires with a white stripe with a test light to confirm it's ability to carry a current. IE put the test light pig tail on battery positive. Then the "probe" can be used to confirm the "probed" ground's ability to carry current.