My lights on the 405 are shithouse. So, having read a while back that the 405's lights are meant to be pretty good, I thought the bulbs must be the original 60/55 watters which have deteriorated (as they do) and undertook to replace them with new 75/60's or similar, possibly in one of the 'blue' types. I'm not into super eye burners - just decent lights.
Anyway, imagine my surprise when I popped the bulbs out to find that they are 140/100 watt H4's! And the inner spots are up from 55 watt standard to 100 watt H1's!
So here's my question - could the wiring be too resistive for the current draw, but still not burning out? I know there are relays in the light circuit.
All I can think of is that there isn't enough current to fully light these bulbs to their max. brightness.
All answers appreciated!