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Just below the battery tray on the drivers side there is a harness plug, you can view it best from under the car. Usually what causes your problem is the wiring coming out of the plug gets corroded over time because of battery acid. Very carefully peal back the tape on the harness and look for any wiring that's green in color, this is what needs to be repaired by splicing in new wires.
youre looking at damaged wiring, usually in the front harness, there is a connector near or under the battery, chek for continuity from there to the headlights, and don't forget to check the grounds, this can take hours to do so have patience
You may have to take out the battery, there are 2 round gray colored covers that screw out located in front of your battery that correspond to the location of the head lights, one is for the high beam and the other is low beam. once the covers are off, unplug the wire that is attached to the blub, there is a retainer spring that holds the blub in, take each side and push down and out and the blub should come right out. be careful not to touch the new blub with your fingers, only touch the base.