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Wish I had like an owners manual that just give a layout and what the fuse is for. I don't but found some stuff I did have that may help. I hope it does for your sake. It looks like there's a couple of fuse boxes and relay boxes. Th first picture (below) is a picture of a relay box located in the engine compartment. You should be able to tell if it's the right box by the layout. It looks like in the number 5 position there is a 10 amp fuse but that seems to cover high beams (see description in next picture below). Then there is a multi purpose fuse box and going to gues that's inside the vehicle but when you find it you will be able to tell it's the right one by the layout (see next picture). In the number 10 position there seems to be a fuse that covers the headlights but only if you DON'T have anti-theft. Description of the fuse layout is in the next picture. Then there is the headlamp relay itself. It's located in the relay box somewhere in the engine compartment but again you will be able to tell it's the right one by the layout (see the next picture) It looks like the headlamp relay is in the A-01X position. Wish I could be of more help or at least not having to be so detailed but all I have is the factory service manual. If you do need anymore information please don't hesitate to email me at email@example.com with detailed questions so I can send the correct information. I hope this helps and good luck. here's your pictures.
I will 1st say I am not familiar with the Chrade, but there only 2 possible locations for the stop light switch that I have seen or heard of: most common is the upper brake pedal, and the other is the brake master cylinder. Hope this helps. If you have not yet purchased a replacement (it could be just an adjustment) a friendly parts store should be able to tell you the location. Good luck.
try autozone.com to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you
The charade holds 2 and 9/10 quarts of oil, not counting the oil filter, all temperatures call for 'SF< CC< SG' rated oil, recommended weights are as follows: for temps above 10F 15w40, 20w40, 20w50 and for temps 0 F and up:10w30, 10w40, 10w50