I recently bought a fixer upper pop up camper because the size and price were right. Part of the rebuild includes a new roof, which I have pretty much done. I (stupidly... I know) didn't take pictures of all of the wired connections going to the roof. The overhead lights connect into the 120v system through a kill switch and blue/white wire on the roadside front lift arm. Near the roadside rear lift arm, there are two sets of wires coming from the bottom of the camper up. One is green/white and is the running lights that are on the roof. The other is red/white and is what I'm confused about. There is a kill switch at the top of this rear lift arm and the picture I do have shows the red/white wire going under the cover (to I assume hook into the kill switch). I believe the red/white wire should be connected through the kill switch to the overhead lights to run on battery power when not plugged in. I'm a beginner when it comes to electrical work, so I just want to get a sanity check. If I hook the red/white wire directly into the overhead lighting circuit, will it cause any electrical issues (tripping breakers, etc.)?