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In this type of example, I would suggest a manual switch relay from battery hot. That allows the lights to be on while you're back there, instead of turning off the lights on a timer. Caution should be used with this option, as you could kill your battery. The second best is to run a battery hot option off of a relay controlled by the existing dome lights.
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