With the above steps complete, our main power and ground wire is connected to the circuit breaker. We will cut the wire to length and add a Deutch connector once the fan is mounted in the car and the proper length to the power lead that we made is set.
Here we can see the ¼” gap to the shroud from the delrin spacer which serves to further insulate the electronics from heat.
Since the circuit breaker is mounted fairly low in the engine bay, to quickly see if it has been tripped, we painted the reset lever bright pink.
We cut the three wires from the fan to the factory plug and crimped and soldered wires to each end, which will power the fan through our new wiring and use the existing plug as triggers for our new relays.
After being crimped and soldered, we again used adhesive-lined shrink wrap to seal the connection and to prevent it from being stressed.