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Try a library for a repair manual. That may not help, pretty hard to find fuse block wiring off a diagram. Find this truck at a salvage yard, take the fuse block off with wires cut way back so you can see color of the wires.
The O2 sensors are not connected through any relays. What is the problem that you are trying to solve. I do not believe the diagrams can assist you with O2 problems but I have included them. Please elaborate on your problem and I'm sure I can direct you to a solution.
Locations of fusible link, junction and relay block:
Go to this FREE Ford website to view or download the owners manual for this vehicle. The fuse block diagram and fuse sizing is located in the roadside emergency section.
It also will define the high current fuses and relays under the hood.
The fuse junction block is located below the dash and
behind the right kick panel. There are three fuses
related to the headlights.
(1) fuse # f2.25 left headlight 10amp
(2) fuse # f2.23 right headlight 10amp
(3)fuse # f2.40 day running lamp/bcm/main light sw.
and multifuntion switch. 20amp.
Hope this helps.
Send me an email address and I'll send along a fuse block diagram for my daughters 1998 Beetle, it's most likely the same in 2004. Compare the arrangement with yours.
The 1998 diagram doesn't indicate any fuse in the inside fuse block that controls the power windows (even though my daughters 1998 has power windows). There is a metal fuse on the fuse block above the battery that controls the cars electrical system, but the diagram indicates that this should only be replaced by a VW Dealer.
Maybe you can call the local VW Dealer once you have a fuse block diagram to refer to. They should be willing to tell you over the phone.