My understanding is Dave's gold kit addresses more the engine connectors and not the peripheral do-dads. That is the bit up to firing and that which controls such: ECUsRik- Four year bump. Good job. Wonder if Dave Helms' gold kit cures that problem?
This sounds more like a bad wire to me or slow corrupting motor. That area is sealed in a rubberized material from the common wet elements, and seems to be the only flex part that didn't go over time. Ferrari seemed to spec that item well, where the other soft bits in the engine bay, guaranteed, will toast within 10years +/- [shoot, pick any soft like part]. Heat and lousy rubberized boots about the electrical in the bay was a short term solution if not a shortsighted Ferrari [accountant] cost savings approach. Ferrari never expects a long term ownership but rather in terms of long term cash cow --- er, cash horsieAnd if you don't use the lights for a while it can happen. Lift it manually a few times and the problem could well go away.
I noticed exactly the same problem on mine the very first time I popped the lights......never recurred. I put it down to the fact that at 9 years old with 3k miles on the clock they probably hadn't been used in over 5 years! Haven't missed a beat since.
Colander...haaa: I could trawl for tunaOh yes....RAIN...had to drive through a day of torrential rain a week ago.....never realised quite how much a ferrari leaks. At least if I have to end up (god forbid) scrapping the car I'll be able to use it as a colander!