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My 1992 mitsubish pajero Dip Beam & Main beam do not work I thought it was the switch on the stork so I have changed this but still not working checked all the fuses I could find all ok but dont know if there is a relay on this circuit

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There is a relay under the hood for the lights yes, four pin relay.

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