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1998 Saturn Low Beam Not Working - Right Only

I replaced the right low beam bulb and it still does not work. I do not have a manual (just bought the car used for commuting purposes). I am trying to check the fuse, but I am not sure which one and where?

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In the underhood fuse box on driver side front fender there are seperate fuses for each headlamp the should be marked on inside of box cover. most likely the fuse is blown. if not check wires above radiator for damage.

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