Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
There are two elements in every modern headlight bulb. Either the filament for the low beam has burned out, or you have an open in the wire leading to it from the headlight relay. With the low beam on, test for voltage at that wire. The other option is to switch the bulb out with the other side and see if it works. If it does, then it's just the bulb. If not, you either lost a ground, or the relay is malfunctioning. Check for loose wires, if none, look at replacing the relay.
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