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Headlight on warning buzzer not working

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    After the Mrs left the lights on and a flat battery.... i have decided to try and find out why/what i can do to fix it.

    I have looked through the Haynes manual but havent found anything. I am guessing it is a relay that is at fault. But i cant find anything about what relay does what..........

    Any help would be Great.

    Craig
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    Is it not part of the cluster itself?
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    I have changed the rear lights back to standard as the car i bought has those lexus type lights. So you think it is built into the headlight cluster? Mmmmm might have to have a look at that.
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    i presume the interior light works as expected?
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    Mmmmm no it doesnt.
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    microswitch in the door lock then!
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    Could i just rob it off another car and wire in/ plug in.
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    Probably, its part of the lock itself, i've never looked personally though to see whats required to get it out/swap it.
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