Any time you have no power to the headlamps I would concentrate on a bad battery cable or ground cable or battery connection. It works now once in a while, but if you don't get it taken care of, it will soon fail totally. Trace and clean all connections starting from the battery back thru all connections and DON'T skip any that "look good".
Headlight adapter will depend on what type of aftermarket headlights you currently have. Many aftermarket headlights come with plug and play adapter. Meaning they will directly bolt onto your stock adapter. Sometimes, it is just cheaper to get another set of aftermarket headlights than looking for a rare adapter, which can be expensive and time consuming. Check out the headlights here, they all come with plug and play adapter.
Besure battery is full charged.(turn on headlights and look at them,they should be bright looking).If battery is cahrged,check main fues box under the hood.Look startre relay fuse.Should the fuze be o.k. then the next possible thing is the started. Lets back up a bit. While you are looking at the battery,remove the cables that connect to the battery and give then a cleaning.Reguardless. Some preventive maintenence never hurts with battery cables. Good luck
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