I fitted the Xenon, but it doesnt work!, I replaced the Fuse which says ''Head'' on the fusebox for a 20A instead of a 15A.
But the Xenon comes on slightly 1 second and shuts off!, normal bulb work, and the LED parkinglight also.
Why doesnt it stay on?
Xenon bulbs have many classifications, many fall into HID, high intensity discharge, or arc lamp. In cases of arc lamps you need a ballast, this is now old technology since the Led bulb has been refined.
As to halogen lamps
, no need to change the fuse size, and in all honesty, a waste of money buying anything but Oshram. I have been running the 65 watt for 5 years, first bulb failure last year, got 2 new bulbs for $20 total including free shipping.
Next modification will probably be a Cyclops LED bulb to reduce power draw, just hard to justify when I have 500 hour lamp life bulbs that put out around 2000 candle power, compared to 2200 for the cyclops at 5 times the price, and not a direct change out.
As to your problem, sounds like a bad bulb, if you have a ohm meter, measure the resistance of the Xenon bulb and also the OEM bulb, both should measure around 0.5 ohms, if you have REL on your meter, short out leads and press this button, this removes the value of resitance of your leads, then measure bulb, with REL equiped meters it should measure around 0.2 ohms.
Correction, follow Gigitt posting below, my thought process was still in the halogen lamp not arc lamp.