If you just replaced the headlight you MIGHT have pinched a wire in the headlamp bucket, and that could cause the problem. Check the grounding too, and make sure your battery terminal connections are tight and corrosion free.Knife maker= I actually replaced the headlight bulb today so that why I was hoping it was a fuse.
His headlight might not be good even though he just replaced it. But assuming it is good, since he just changed the bulb he might have pinched a wire in the bucket. Everything else seems to work, so it doesn't look like a stator issue to me. But who knows just from diagnosing over the internet.gonna say it again, if the headlight is good, and the fuse is good, check your Stator. you might not want to hear that cause its gonna suck if its the problem.