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Headlight problem I have lost power to the headlights of my 240SE Torslanda. The flasher still works and the stepper relay is OK. There is no +ve supply going to the full/dip side of the stepper relay. I have checked the headlight selector switch and it is OK. Does anyone know if there's a headlight relay between the selector switch and the stepper relay .. and if so where is it located ? The diagram which I have does not show a relay in between but the yellow wire (+ve as mentioned) on the stepper relay does not arrive at the headlight selector swirch as shown in the diagram.

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There was a relay between the headlight selector switch and the dip/high beam stepper relay which was not on the circuit diagram.
Its a bit difficult to access and is right under the dash on the far left above the fuse panel (British right hand drive type).
The multi spade connector (5 terminals) had been intermittent and overheating for some time. I cut off the connector and soldered all connections to the relay.
The 240SE is back to its reliable self.

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