So, the last camping trip the ceiling interior lighting stopped working, right after we popped up. Long story short, thanks to those on the forum, troubleshooting revealed the wiring that runs on the outside of the PUP on one corner had pulled apart from the connector to the wires that go into the roof. The connector was toast. I fixed it temporarily, here's my question. The stretch of wire that is on the corner itself is very easy to replace if needed, a zipper compartment opens up, and there it is. The problem is the end of the wire that goes into the roof is so short, it's difficult to reach, and the repair I made today I do not believe is going to last. The wire coming from the roof is very difficult to insert into another connector without trimming and splicing it again. Is there any slack inside the roof for that wire? Or is this a case of no matter how many times I cut the wire, it keeps getting shorter? Any suggestions? The picture attached is looking straight up from the ground, not a lot of room to work from the outside, might be something to tackle from inside later this year.