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Headlight? driver side headlight out. checked ground it is good. Have power to bulb connecter on both sides. Have power to 3 wires on passenger side on harness. power to 2 wires on harness driver side when car is off.

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If input power reaching till the head light then its mean head light bulb is damaged need to replace.
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