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Hi all, I know that the relay is located under the dash, but am unable to exactly pinpoint and remove it, also, does anyone have a part # . I keep hitting a dead end. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Which relay? As far as I know the baleno only has fog light relays, headlights do not have any relays.

What's your actual problem / symptoms?
 

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Which relay? As far as I know the baleno only has fog light relays, headlights do not have any relays.

What's your actual problem / symptoms?
HI, thanks for getting back to me, my wiring diagram shows one, under the dash, with power window, airbag relay etc, I can physically see them but impossible to remove. The headlights will not turn off, even if you turn off ignition and remove key. Front only.
 

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Ok, that's a new one on me, never seen one wired like that
 

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After a lot of headbanging I have found the OEM part No. Which is 3886060G20. Just got to work out how to remove it and source a replacement, they are like hen's teeth! I will update if I get anywhere.
 

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They are a "standard" automotive relay on a lot of vehicles
 

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The relay came today, it was a total b%&£*%d to gain access to the junction box where it is located, but I have now changed it and the problem is now resolved, very happy. If anyone need more details of the the procedure then please feel free to ask.
 
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