Re: Does this look like ground wire?
This is where having a voltmeter comes in handy. Well worth the money, takes the guess work out of troubleshooting. If you don't have one, go buy one. Radio Shack and Sears are good places to go. You should be able to get a good digital for about $50.
Next...even though the fuses are good, you need to make sure you are getting power to them. As for grounds, about the only ground that could cause this problem would be the one that runs from the engine or battery to the body. To confirm this, turn on your ignition and then measure the voltage from the negative terminal of the battery to a bare metal spot on the body. If you measure more than 1/2 volt, you have a problem. In your case, if it is a body ground problem, you will most likely measure about 6 volts.
Let us know what you find.