Question about 1994 Nissan Maxima
Fuses in engine bay seem fine. Headlight itself seems okay.
Checked this by movng to other side. Only right side does not
First the two simple things to rule out:
Check the bulb. It may simply be a burnt out bulb.
Check the fuses. Looking at the fuse, there is a metal piece that runs the area of the fuse. If the metal in the middle is broken (link), you should replace. After replacing the fuse, if the light works, stops working, and you have another blown fuse, you may have a short somewhere. In that case, refer below.
Check to see if there is a wiring issue. It is possible that the inside of the headlight got wet or damaged and shorted out. I suggest getting the wires tested at this point.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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