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Q: Headlamp relay?

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Does this particular year and model have a headlamp relay? If so where? Thank you

Hello, Yes, your car does have a headlamp relay. It should be located in a black fuse box under the hood near the battery and will have a diagram on the lid indicating what the box contains (i.e. various fuses and relays and their amperage). If you are still having trouble after locating this, I would suggest having an expert from YourMechanic come to your location to take a look at your head lights.

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