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PEOGEOT 306 1.9 XLDT WHERE IS THE HEADLIGHT RELAY SWITCH

I DO NOT HAVE MAIN BEAM ON MY HEADLIGHTS,THE BULBS ARE FINE (tested).THE LIGHT ARM IS FINE(tested).I ONLY HAVE SMALL LIGHTS AND FULL BEAM.I THINK THE HEADLIGHT RELAY SWITCH NEEDS CHANGING.....BUT I HAVE NO MANUALSO NO IDEA WHERE IT IS OR WHAT COLOUR IT IS.ALL FUSES ARE FINE..CAN ANYONE HELP,THANKS

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