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I have changed bulb on driver's headlight but dim still will not work. This is 2005 nissan altima

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It can be one of the following;

The headlamp relays located under the hood and clearly marked(there is one for the right headlamp and one for the left headlamp - swap them and see if the problem goes to the other side. If not - then it is the dimmer switch itself.

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Posted on Sep 02, 2010


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