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if its anything like mine, i zip tied the sensor to the upper radiator hose. ran power from a switched input to the sensor, then to the fan. the fan had 3 wires going to it, i hooked into the blue one. i don't know if the blue one is the "best" one to use, there was an orange one also. make sure the sensor part of the sensor is mashed into the radiator hose pretty good.
 

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i didn't use a relay because i didn't see the need to. i have not had a problem yet. also, if you put an aux fan in front of your radiator, which way do you have it blowing? i see no problem tapping into the existing wiring. if the thermal switch fails, then the original wiring is still present to kick the fan on when the computer tells it to. good luck with it.
 
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