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Usually the low beam light of the bulb burns out first, so this new bulb is acting like it is defective. If the passenger side bulb is working for both low and high beams you could test this new bulb on that side to be sure. If it works OK on this side there may be a problem with the connector wiring on the driver side.
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the fuse. There are seperate fuses for right and left. You dont mention if the high beam works for that side? If it does, the fuse is good. The GREEN wire at the bulb is the ground for the low beam. If that wire has power, then the ground is bad. If the high beam works, the hi'lo beam switch is good, and there is a problem between that headlight and the Engine Compartment Junction Block
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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