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Fan for 82 z28 305 ho

Have a 82 z that we just dropped a 86 ta 305 motor in and there doesnt appear to be any fan relay switch ,there is a switch coming from the pass block with a green wire dont know where i should connect that to because im doing from scratch and there is the sensor on the manifold where do you connect that to for scratch and where can I pull a constant power other than when key on only did testlight test and cant find sh%t,any easy way guys ,thanks in advance

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Don't risk a fire-Put in your own relay, and run a min of 12 gage wire from the battery with a inline fuse. On the other on/off terminals, run a switch and find any 12v source that is turned on by the key. You can use a relay for lighting, found at any autozone for around $5.

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