There are separate fuses for each headlight, they should be in a fuse box which is normally located under the bonnet.
there is no fuse i beleave just for the right headlight, i presume your right headlight is not working, do you have xenon or halogen bulbs, if you have xenon then the most likely cause is headlight xenon control modules, if the module is the cause i would sudjest replacing both headlight modules, and the front right xenon bulb. good luck.
What would cause a headlight not to work on a Corsa SXI
I had the same issue and it turned out to be that the break caliper was sticking and needing replacing.
you probably would first start out with replacing the headlight bulbs then work to the dimmer switch and electrical system from there you probably would first start out with replacing the headlight bulbs then work to the dimmer switch and electrical system from there
take that head light out and look at the connection to see if the prongs are corroded and not making a good contact. or check for a bad ground or no juice at the plug
headlight switch has a short in it and needs replacing This is very common on older ford trucks.
Try replacing a bulb. There are instances where a short in the wiring will cause the bulbs to burn out. If that does not work the headlight switch is the next step.
Yes it can cause bulbs to blow.
Use a 12 volt tester and turn thr lights on and see if you have power, then make sure the bulb is a high/low beam.
I would start with replacing the head light switch
You Have a bad headlight, it's common when a headlight burns out for only the high beam to work, solution change your headlight.