I have the same problem. My VIC died from one start to the next. Fuses are good so the problem may be the unit itself. From what I have read the soldered power wire tends to break the soldered joint and then not make contact. Other wires may be the same. You have to remove the VIC to check for power and the soldered joints. If that is the problem resoldering the joints will fix the problem.
I have not removed the unit yet to check this out. I am going to check this when I get some time.
Here is some info I found to get the VIC out. It will serve as a guide. I have studied how to get the VIC out. Some dismantling required. If my unit is bad I may try a junkyard for a replacement.
Remove the knee blocker/steering column cover as described in this group.
Remove the two screws that secure the top of the instrument panel
center bezel to the instrument panel above the Graphic Display Module (GDM) or Vehicle
Information Center (VIC)
If my unit is bad I may try a junkyard for a replacement.
Remove the ash receiver from the instrument panel center bezel.
Remove the two screws in the back of the ash receiver opening that secure the instrument panel center bezel to the instrument panel armature.
Remove the screw that secures the courtesy lamp located under the outboard end of the glove box module.
Open the passenger side
front door and remove the screw that secures the outboard end of the glove box module.
Remove the four screws that secure the glove box hinge to the instrument panel armature on the lower edge of the glove box module.
Open the glove box door
and remove the four screws at the top of the glove box opening that secure the upper edge of the glove box module to the instrument panel armature.
Lower the glove box module far enough to unplug the wire harness
connectors from the glove box lamp and switch, the cigar lighter and lamp, and the power outlet. Also remove the ash receiver lamp bulb and socket as a unit by gently pulling it out of the ash receiver lamp hood
Remove the glove box module from the vehicle.
Once you have that out of the way, there are simply 3 screws holding the info dispaly in place.