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I would like to know how to wire a bottle dynamo to bike lights

The bottle dynamo is not connected to the lights on my new bike. there are no instructions. please could someone explain how to connect them. Thanks, Christina

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The bottle dynamo rides against the tire turning it . The wires from it go to the front liht. The same two wires  may also be hoked to a back light. The  direction of flow is not that important but most put the same (one of the two ) wire on the center connection. If you generator has only one wire, then the light(s) will have to be grounded through the frame.

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