Just swapped a b20 vtec engine into the 96 Civic and it runs beautifully. Put a 96 Del Sol radiator in there as well for a beefier radiator to take on the engine. I had an issue with my original radiator fan not working on the old engine so I had a mechanic rig the fan to stay on when the car was on. I've heard tons of people do it with no issues and never had a problem. Indicator inside always said it was cool. Since this new engine and radiator went in the radiator fan doesn't kick on at all like the old one did. It's fine when driving, the car stays cool, but if I come to a stop for longer than a minute or so that hand inside starts to go up. Leaves me to believe it's a switch, but rather than look into getting that fixed I'd rather wire the fan to kick on when I have the car on and just stay on until the car is turned off like I did originally. Can anyone help with a detailed wiring procedure to do this? I don't really want to take it to a mechanic again if I had the info on how to do it. Appreciate anyone's help... CLIFF NOTES - Radiator Fan does not kick on. Car runs hot when at a stop for too long. Need wiring instructions to rig the radiator fan to stay on when I turn on the car and turn off when I shut it off. Thanks!