Having problems with your 2003 Nissan Altima ?

No low beam head lights

\015 How can I replace the low beam headlights on a 2003 Nissan Altima\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 25-10-2021

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If you just want to replace the bulb yourself, this is a good website.\015\012
\015\012If the website does't get your headlight fixed... You might have a blown fuse. It could be in the IPDM E/R location under the hood. This is next to the coolant bottle. Remove the coolant bottle with two screws and lift the cover to the IPDM E/R. Just set the coolant bottle aside for now. The low beam fuses are 49 and 50. They are 15A fuses. To be more precise, they are located on row 2, columns 2 and 3 (column 1 being closest to the fender of the car). Hope this helps.
There is a recall on the 2002 2003 altima head lights , they are of faulty design , go to dealership and check the recall , its free . if you choose to do them yourself , there is what looks like a paper clip lock ,from inside the engine compartment look where the connector is on the bulb , you push in on this clip looking device and move it sideways and it will release the tension on the bulb itself , it just pokes thru the hole in the headlight assembly , if you see any burnt area or crusty plastic , or if the light come back to life because you jiggled that clip , it is faulty and comes under the recall.
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