Welp, there's your problem.
Wowsers. Need some serious wire brush action (might even want to use a sharp knife and SCRAPE* the battery posts) and some vaseline, in addition to a new fuseable link.
I'd also look for corrosion starting to take hold in the bottom of the power distriubtion box**.
*My 95 Dodge Spirit developed an intermittent no-start condition. I discovered a weird kind of BLACK or charcoal gray varnish-like coating had developed on my battery posts which a wire battery post cleaning brush wouldn't touch. I scraped the terminals all the way around longitudinally with the terminal, until they were bright, but I tried to avoid taking off too much lead because you can only crank those battery terminals down so far.
**My 2002 Grand Caravan recently had corrosion migrate as far as the front end of the power distribution block and compromise the ABS fuse, which is the frontmost fuse in the box. The weird thing is, I have had very little corrosion/battery leakage detected on my battery over the years. I tend to keep it pretty clean. It may be that the airflow characteristics under the edge of the hood/over the top of the headlight tend to blow corrosive residue from the battery back just right so it enters and contaminates the PDC, not sure if the same would apply to the Intrepid, but it looks to me like you've had some serious leakage there that likely has gone other places.