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Its the connector for the low beam, I have seen this before. I am a tech at a Subaru dealership. Replace the connector for that bulb and this should fix your issue. A relay would affect both headlights not just one.
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The connector that the bulb goes into, you can splice in a new connector.
There is also a harness inside the headlamp itself that could be the problem. You need to check for voltage at the connector on the far left in the diagram. You need a voltmeter to fully diagnose.
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