Can you try rephrasing the question? I'm not sure what you are trying to ask.
Here's how a relative clause works:
1) It always modifies a noun
2) It is usually introduced using a relative pro-noun (which, that, who, whom, whose).
So, let's take a simple sentence: My car is getting old.
Now, let's think if some information we want to add about the car: I love it.
Then, let's think about how we convert that extra information into a relative clause: "which I love"
Now, let's add it to the sentence: My car, which I love, is getting old.
And there you have it.