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No headlights when turned on

I have parking lights and turn signals but no headlights when I turn them on. The problem occurred after a small accident the car was involved in the body shop got headlights but when all lighting was working the headlights or marker lights would go out. I figure its probably a relay issue but which one....? I need a wiring diagram

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Just a thought. I have a 98 626 5 speed. When the hand brake is applied the head lights go out but the marker lights stay on. Might be a switch issue with the hand brake...worth a look. The sensor should be located at the pivot point for the brake handle.

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