I have run the lighting wires (nav, strobe, landing, & taxi) from the panel switches to a terminal strip mounted on the rear seat front bulkhead. From there the wires split and run to the tail and out to both wings. This provides for the amperage required by the lights, and with ring terminals makes for a tight connection. The terminal strip will be covered by the flap actuator/torque tube cover.
I have pulled the heavy gauge wires that will power the pitot heater from the panel back to the left wing area and coiled them, and will pull them to the pitot tube after the wings are attached using a pull string installed in the wing.
The wires for the auto pilot servo and trim servo will be connected through a small D-sub connector. However, the CAN Bus wires will be run continuously from the pitch or yaw AP servo out to the wings where it will connect to the magnetometer and then on to the roll servo, without an extra connector at the wing root. If you want to run the CAN bus wire through an extra connector, I suggest you talk to Garmin regarding the type of connector and advisability of making such a connection.
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