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1986 Honda Accord Passenger Headlight doesn't work

My 1986 Honda Accord passenger side headlight quit on dim. So I replaced the headlight. Still didn't work. Checked the fuse under the dash and found a blown fuse. Replaced it and still no light. The headlight does work on high beam. I checked where the fuse plugs into the socket and have power there but no power at the light plug on dim. Where do I go next?

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Check the earth wires have a good connection and are clean..

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