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Classic Mini Relay 12v 7 Pin For Dip Dim Control (pink)

Classic Mini Relay 12v 7 Pin For Dip Dim Control (pink)

Classic Mini Relay 12v 7 Pin For Dip Dim Control (pink)
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Internet Price $39.96
Part No: YWC10050
Internet Price $39.96
Dim/Dip Relay, known as Highbeam/Lowbeam on this side of the pond. The relays for the electrics appeared from about 1985 until MPI cars in 1996, these fit behind/under the dash and are colour coded pink for identifaction, 12 volt and used with resistor DRC6554 which is fitted in engine bay on left hand  side of crossmember. They have 7 spade terminals of which 2 are thinner locating pins.
 
 
Question:
I've lost power to the low beam headlight on the passenger side headlight (left) of my RHD Mini (Italian Job Mini, I think it is probably a '92) The wire itself has no power to it (Blue/Red), but the corresponding Blue/Red wire for the right headlight works fine. I've made an attempt at tracing back but wondering if this could be a headlight relay issue instead of wiring? OH! Where IS/are the headlight relay(s) located on my car? Behind the instrument cluster? I actually don't even see any headlight relays on the wiring diagram list. Lastly, I have Haynes manual for my car and I've pretty much discerned that the wiring diagrams for my car is labeled as "Wiring Diagram 18 - 1988-on Carburettor models". Am I looking at the correct schematic?
Answer:
Yes, check up under the dash. You may need to replace this one: https://www.minimania.com/part/YWC10050/Classic-Mini-Relay-12v-7-Pin-For-Dip-Dim-Control-pink

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