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Mazda 323 headlights don't work, it's not the fuse. what could it be? how do i get to the relay?

How do i check the headlamp relay?

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Check the bulbs first

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ground the wire sensor and see if fan work if not change the relay, first check fues.

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there are two fuse boxes on the car on under the hood on the drivers side and sone to the left of the clutch of brake pedal under the steering wheel. there should be a fuse there that woul dfix your problem

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SOURCE: My headlights on my mazda Astina 323 1990 wont pop up

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you need to test the fuses on both sides with a test light.

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SOURCE: where is the headlight relay located?

in the passenger side fuse box

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