Q: Right front headlight not working

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The right front headlight on my car is not working. I have replaced it three times, but it still cuts out.

The problem may be hidden in the wiring for the light bulb circuit. The wiring and fuses should be looked over for signs of wear or corrosion. Have an experienced technician, like one from YourMechanic, diagnose why your headlight is not working, inspect the bulb socket and connector for burn marks from an electrical short, and replace both headlamp bulbs at the same time.

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