So I decided to do the install today as the car was running a little warmer than I wanted. I THINK the clutch fan was in fact the culprit. The whole dam fan had cracks through it and you can see the black marks all over it where the fluid is leaking. So I got the U/D pullies installed- only hitch was going to Home Depot to get the allen head screws and lock washers and the to Autozone where the idiot rep gave me the wrong PS pulley puller so I couldnt swap out the old one with the new powder coated pulley and bracket. The fan took me a good 4 hours as I had to trim it, fab up some L brackets, painted it body color, and swapped over the overflow tank- needed a new longer hose. Here's the problem- I wired everything up per the FAL instructions and the writeups here and on the Corral, but the fan runs ALL the time- as soon as you connect the - battery cable it comes on. I bought this one off a guy on Ebay who said it was a 33054m but this one does not have the wires for the battery - and + installed on it ( no yellow,purple, or red wires and, it has 4 large - posts. One is in the spot where the #1 negative male connector is on the 33054. There is a #1 male connector next to the #2 but the fan doesnt come on with the ground attache to it, I hooked up all the wires as follows Nothing on the #1 male connector next to the #2 Battery Neg to the large post with the hole for a screw Battery Positive to#4 Fan high- blue to #3 Fan Negative to #2 #8 to the black with green stripe wire on the A/C #9 for ingnition on to the coolant overflow hot wire (middle wire) radiator temp probes to 10 and 11 I installed a 40 amp fuse on the battery hot wire and attached it to the starter side of the solenoid This is what the 33054 looks like on Summit. Again where the black wire is I have a 4th post, so I attached the ground there. Mine looks like this..... is it this? What model is this. You guys have any suggestions as I need to drive this to work Monday. Thinking this aint the 33054 but I gotta make it work. I guess I could wire in a manual switch but that defeats the thermostat control and I don't feel like drilling holes in my interior. Thanks in advance for any help.