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Hi @trobi ,
 
Here are two images taken from the [https://carmanuals2.com/brand/nissan/altima-2005-4923|service manual -lighting system LT] for a 2005 Nissan Altima describing and showing the fuses and wiring details for the headlights.
 
[image|1666649]
 
[image|1666650]
 
(click on images to enlarge for better viewing)
 
IPDM E/R means Intelligent Power Distribution module '''''Engine Room'''''.
 
If fuse #45 appears to be OK you need to check that there is power available at terminal #30 of the IPDM E/R harness connector (remember to turn on the headlight switch - low beam).beam ;-)
If fuse #45 appears to be OK you need to check that there is power available at terminal #30 of the IPDM E/R harness connector (remember to turn on the headlight switch - low beam).beam ;-)
 
''If there is power available there'', then there is a problem with the harness to the light.
 
''If there is no power available there'' according to the manual on p.LT-23 the IPDM E/R module needs to be replaced.

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원문 게시자: jayeff ,

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Hi @trobi ,

Here are two images taken from the [https://carmanuals2.com/brand/nissan/altima-2005-4923|service manual -lighting system LT] for a 2005 Nissan Altima describing and showing the fuses and wiring details for the headlights.

[image|1666649]

[image|1666650]

(click on images to enlarge for better viewing)

IPDM E/R means Intelligent Power Distribution module '''''Engine Room'''''.

If fuse #45 appears to be OK you need to check that there is power available at terminal #30 of the IPDM E/R harness connector (remember to turn on the headlight switch - low beam).

''If there is power available there'', then there is a problem with the harness to the light.

''If there is no power available there'' according to the manual on p.LT-23 the IPDM E/R module needs to be replaced.

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