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The starter relay is mounted on the starter. To replace you must remove the starter motor which is on the front side of the engine at the transmission bell housing. Make sure you disconnect the battery negative cable before you start work. Mark all starter wires and where they go on the different starter posts.
So you have tested nothing.
Headlights don't usually have relays,just a circuit breaker in the light switch.
As I suggested,no one knows your problem,you need to actually start to do something. Get to the light switch and do some testing with a meter. It is either working or it isn't. If it is good then you could use a wiring diagram to continue on,or have a shop do this for you.
Finally located the AC primary small relay in the relay center under the right dashboard site. The relay had burned winding and only the resistor connected parallel to the coil was showing some resistance otherwise it wasn't engaging when I applied power to it. The Buick is actually 1990.