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I couldn't find any information on a headlight relay for your car, so it must be a fuse. I would also check the headlight bulbs, although it would be unusual that both of them burned out at the same time.
you do not need to remove the lens assembly , only the bulb is replaced, you may need to loosen the battery if its in the way. if i remember correctly there is a black ring just a quarter turn then bulb pulls out. if no ring its just a quarter turn with the bulb and it out
Open the hood and look behind the headlight lens housing. There should be a place on the back of it with a socket and wires. Grab the socket and rotate it CCW about a 1/4 turn. The socket should be able to be pulled out. The lamp can be pulled off and replaced at that point. These light assemblies do vary a bit so you may encounter some slight differences.