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Wiring these lights are on 4 different places do i still use 1 wire or do i use multiple peices

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If you want to use the lights all at one than you can still use only one wire. but if you want to use like 2 for the front and 2 for the back than you will need to connect 2 of them the way i descibed and than hook up the other 2 the same way you will just need to get another toggle switch to run them.

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