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Well you have replaced the 2 obvious causes.....Fuses and light switch, I would use a cicuitry tester to see if you are getting a live feed to the switch, if live coming in then the switch is still faulty if live not coming in then wiring could be burnt out or broken!
I was literally looking up this same thing in the manual! Do you have the manual? There are drawings. Yes you have to: remove 3 upper fascia (what is that??) screws remove 2 screws from the headlight assembly remove the assembly from the vehicle remove a retaining ring and replace the bulb disconnect the electrical connector remove the retaining ring and replace the bulb
btw it says do not touch the headlight bulb with your fingers, oil contamination will SEVERELY shorten bulb life.
This is a problem with the control module. It is at the base of the turn signal. In many Neons it melts or shorts out. It is on the NTSB website, but it is not reported enough to get attention. The high beams work if you hold them on, but otherwise the headlights don't work. The module melts from the heat or the current, and needs to be replaced. My Dodge service place even suggested I put in High Intensity light bulbs, and that caused the problem... Which I did not have High Intensity bulbs installed.