Hey guys, I've been recently wiring my 16' jon for LED under-deck lights and off road lights on the bow. Today was the big moment where I hooked up my battery, and with great anticipation went to flick the switches- where I had my ultimate Clark Griswold moment. The battery is in the back of the boat with 8 ga. wires running from it to the switch and negative bus bar. This length is approximately ten feet. From the switch, I have some 16-18 ga. wire running the two LEDs in series (the negative of the first goes to the positive lead of the second, then the negative to the second back to the bus bar ground). The same setup goes for the 55-watt off road lights, except I am running about another 9-10 feet of 14 ga. to them from the switch and back. They will come on dimly, but the LEDs won't light up at all. When I tested it the battery was at 10.3 volts, but I didn't check the amperage. Anybody have any clue where I'm wrong? Thanks!