You'll need a wire that is "always hot", or at least hot in ACC or at KEY ON. The difference being with "always hot" will allow use of the light at any time but runs the risk of being left on, and therefore accidentally draining the battery. KEY ON setup, won't drain the battery accidentally, but obviously always requires the key in the ignition.
It will likely also need a wire from the door switches, so when a door opens, the center light goes on.
So you will need at least two wires for the two power sources, door switch and lamps, and a ground. Sometimes the unit can simply grounds to the body when you use a metal screw to mount it into a roof support.