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The driver side headlight on my 1990 Nissan Stanza has lost power. I replaced the socket so far just with wire nuts and when that didn't fix the problem I checked for power by removing the nuts and testing between the wires and also between each wire and a bare spot on the frame. There was no power to any of the wires. Is there a fuse or a relay that could be the problem?

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David
Maine, USA
 

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I mean, sure. The headlights are definitely fused somewhere. Some Nissans, like the Sentra, have a separate fuse for each side. Have you gone through your fuse panel and verified that everything is good? Start at the source. If the fuse is good AND has power to it, then you need to trace that wire out of the fuse block. Its possible it's lost connection somewhere along the way. Perhaps at a junction where it passes through the firewall bulkhead.
 
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