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Headlights on passenger side not working

The drivers side headlights work all other lights outside too, not a fuse blown or bulb, but the passenger side does not work.

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  • deebrown921 May 02, 2009

    Passenger side headlight on 1995 J30 doesn't come on. The bulb has been replaced and it has been checked by a mechanic. I had the relay replaced around 6 years ago. How long should it last?



  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    i have a 98 infiniti qx4 and when i use my headlights my left side brake light doesnt work at all...but during the daytime without headlight all lights work correctly...but left side brake is a lil dim in daylight...please healp i replaces new bulb still nothing

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    Adaptive light on passenger side will not set properly

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All you need is to replace your headlightn relay. in time they get worn out and most of the common one on j3o`s is the driver side. relay is located in the driver side fender corner of firewall next to the cruise conrol bolted by one bolt.

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