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MY 1990 NISSAN HEADLAMP ON THE RIGTH SIDE ONLY WORK ON HIGH BEAM AND I CAN'T FIGEROUT WHY I WAS WORKING 2 DAYS AGO I GOT A NEW HEADLAMP FOR IT BUT STILL NO LUCK

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I had a problem with bulbs in the 05 Altima I recently traded for my 07 Altima. The lows would stop working shortly after putting in a replacement bulb. You didn't say if you were using Nissan or aftermarket bulbs, but we found out that Nissans can have problems with aftermarket bulbs.

I was putting in Sylvania Silverstars, thinking I was putting in quality bulbs (which they worked just fine in the Taurus I traded for my first Altima. The Altima and those bulbs did not get along. I went through 3 sets (yes, that's 6 bulbs) in 3 months. We spoke with the parts manager at our dealership, whom we have an excellent relationship with, and before we even said what kind of bulbs we were using, he asked if they were Silverstars. Several other customers had had the same experience in different models (trucks, SUVs and cars). We purchased the OEM bulbs, which were the same price as the Silverstars, and never had another problem. Food for thought...

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