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I finally got my car back from the dealership after they put the new engine (which was under warranty thank god.) They told me that i needed a new license plate light and asked me if i wanted them to fix it for $30, but i opted to do it myself. However, before i even attempted that, i found that all the lights in the passenger side headlight are not working (signal light, head light, daytime running light>) I hope it is only a fuse but i can't find which fuse controls it (i thought i did but the fuse wasn't bad.) any suggestions (and yes i did google it but couldn't find anything.)
 

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It's not likely to be a blown fuse if all the bulbs in that lamp unit are inop. The headlamps, position lamps and turn signals are all powered by different fuses.

Have you checked to see that the headlamp's harness connector is plugged in? Maybe they had to disconnect it for some reason while replacing the engine and forgot to plug it back in when they were finished.
 
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