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Well the fuse box is under the dash near the brake pedal.
The power windows should get power from a circuit breaker that may not be in that box. The interior lights may get power from the cig lighter circuit. You can check for power for the lights at the door jamb switch, or the headlight switch.
No relay that I know of. On 1970s models the headlight switch had a circuit beaker built into the switch for the headlight circuit. If you have power to the headlight switch and nothing coming out of the terminal for the headlights the circuit breaker may have died. You would need to replace the switch.
That click is the window off tract. You need to pull the door panel off and have a look at the tract and regulator. Sounds off track to me. The fact that it is click tells me that the power feed is not the issue and the fuses are working fine or you would not hear any "clicking."