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ALL LIGHTS ON CAR WORK EXCEPT FOR THE DRIVER HEAD

ALL LIGHTS ON CAR WORK EXCEPT FOR THE DRIVER SIDE HEAD LIGHT ALREADY CHANGED LIGHT BULB AND FUSE BUT CANT SEEM TO KNOW WHAT OR HOW TO FIX THE PROBLEM ON A 98 NISSAN PATHFINDER

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