Question about 1993 Nissan NX
Power for the headlights goes directly from the battery to the headlight
switch, then to the dip/flash switch on the column.
The fact that the high beams are working but not the low beam says the problem is somewhere between the switch on the column and the headlights.
Either the switch has failed, or there's a broken wire or open connector in the wiring harness.
The wiring for the low beams is a blue wire with red tracer. Check the wires coming off the steering column with a voltmeter to see if the problem is with the switch or the wiring forward of the steering column.
If you have power at the connector harness coming off the switch, then keep working forward to find the open circuit.
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