Hello Folks, I have a 2003 Beadle with issues. This is a new car to me, so I don't know the history. My father in law bought this car cheap. It has 135 K Miles on the clock. Anyway, I did the general maintenance. I went ahead and changed the timing belt, water pump, etc. Rear window was broken out, faded head lghts the usual stuff with a 17 year old car. have her running great except, for the windows, hatch and fuel lid will not work. The previous owner had the driver side window panel removed and totally trashed. they had cut the wires to the window switch. most of the switches had the tops pulled off and were non functional. I butt connected the window wires and using my test light I checked the power to the switches, most had power. Tested all the fuses in the fuse box, many dead holes, ie no power to either side of the fuse, mainly in the top section with the smaller sized fuses, in the bottom section I found 1 blown fuse, replaced, checked the 2 fuses under neath the steering column, 15 amp was bad, replaced. By using my test light I was able to activate the hatch and the fuel lid, and the windows worked. Wow! not so fast, I drove her around a bit, great everything working. I had a cel, secondary air injection pump, pump not working. No power to the plug, I have power to the socket of the the relay, jumper-ed across and the air pump works. Ordered new relay. Now the windows and trunk and gas lid don't work. Still getting power to most of them, but they don't work. damn pulled the lower dash panel off and re plugged all the relays. Didn't help. Pulled the battery and checked the body ground below the battery. I think it's a relay, not grounding my switches, just guessing. I s there a main relay that might control the switch grounding. I have no diagrams, on the fuses or relays. I do have the card board POS diagram from the fuse box, no idea how to read that cryptic fuse descriptions. Please help! I have exhausted all my sorry ideas. Thanks Folks, Screwed in Texas.