I don't know how much electrical back ground you have, because your into a section of the electronics part of this beast that can get a little complicated without a diagram.
The two things that these two circuits have in common is where they recieve their power source from, and a communications link (body control module).
Fuse #11 in the PDC (under the hood) supplies power to circuit breaker #2 (power windows), fuse #7 (instrument illumination, and BCM, which controls communications for the power windows as well as the signals for the dash indicator lights to turn on.) CB2 and fuse #7 is located in the Junction Block (passenger kick panel) ABS light runs on it's own circuit.
If fuses and circuit breaker check out they might not be power related.
The right side windows can be controlled from the drivers side via the BCM but both right front and right rear are linked together thru the right front passenger window module located in the front passenger door. Check the twelve pin connector at the module, check the gray connector at the door jam, check the connectors to the BCM (located under the dash to the left of the steering columb it has mass of connectors going to it) there should be 2 white connectors going to it, one of them may be your bad boy. And check the black connector on the left front door jam. Good luck!
The dash light connector is plugged directly into the back of the instrument panel and can only be accessed by removing the surrounding bezels removing the 4 screws and pulling the panel out, the plug will remain inside the dash.
pin #1&2 is ground, pin #3 is power from fuse 7 , pin #4&5 is ABS light, pin #6&7 is turn signal, pin #8&9 communication links to the PCM, Air Bag Module, and BCM, pin #10 is dash illumination lights from the BCM.
Try some of that and get back to us.