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I have a 94 altima and only the passanger side headlight will come on even though i ve changed both bulbs,fuses and no wire is broken or exposed.can it be the relay? or what would you recommend checking??

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Check the connector between headlights. If you have power on one light thenthere is a open circuit going to the other.

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