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Passengers side headlight will not work ? changed bulb ? is it an individual fuse for each headlight if so where is it and how do i locate and identify Thanks Paul

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No, it is all one fuse. The problem is most likely corrosion inside the bulb holder. go to any autoparts store and get a spray can of electrical contact cleaner. remove the problem bulb and spray the inside of the holder a couple of times wiping it out each time. Also check the wires leading into the bulb holder.

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