Question about 1997 Nissan Pickup
Take a look at the fuse box, there is a seperate fuse for left and right, once you have located the headlight fuses, turn the lights on and watch them as you wiggle the fuses in there sockets if there is no change then it could be the switch. they have common problem also.
wiggle the switch around, on and off, high beam and low. if the lights start working or stop working, then it is the switch.
if it is the switch, It is a little tricky, but I have had sucsess with taking them apart and cleaning the contacts with some fine sandpaper.
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Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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