I have a two switch box with a single light on one switch and a ceiling fan and two separate lights on the second switch. There are 5 sets of wires coming into the box with one being the main feed. I want to separate the fan and two lights onto their own switch each... The way it is currently wired is a little confusing. All white wires are twist cap together as well as all the grounds. The black wires are what is confusing... there is black coming into the bottom and top of each switch. Can anyone provide a diagram of what the wiring should look like for the four switch configuration?
To clear up your confusion, have a look at a basic light circuit. Two blacks on the switch is very common:
You probably can't separate the lights without running additional cables. They're connected in a string, and you can't switch them independently unless the hot for each passes through the switch box.
All white wires are twist cap together as well as all the grounds. This is normal.
The black wires are easy the first is the main feed - you will need to feed a black wire from each Switch Line In to the next Switch Line In [Also referred to as Daisy Chaining].
The below is an example - the order of what is a light and what is a fan does not matter.