Presuming I have everything wired properly, how do I do this?
I made an assumption. I can not think of any other logical reason to run the fan all the time. I thought I typed "why do you want the fan to run all the time" but I guess not. If you type as slow as I do you would understand that saving words is saving time. I know people who can type as fast as I talk. Even faster than I can read.i have read the original post "three times". Did not see anything about "overheating".
I might need new glasses....!!
The question everyone is trying to get at is why would you want to? It's not a good idea, the fan doesn't need to run until the engine warms up and not after about 20mph. Running it constantly just strains the charging system & if it's an 1800 will cause it to run hot when running over 15mph.
You and 99.9% of the population. The remaining believing maybe it would be a good idea to keep gnats and corona virus away from their personal space by running the fan.I made an assumption. I can not think of any other logical reason to run the fan all the time.
I like the first one the best. The fan will probably dp more to protect the driver than a mask. I really look forward to a day when I can turn on the news and not hear the word Corona unless they are talking beer. I wonder how there sales are? Remember the old diet candy Aids? (was spelled Ayds)Could be that the OP added A/C to his ride and needs the air flow across the condenser or maybe charging voltage is too high cooking the battery and running the fan brings that voltage down.
Will wait to hear from the OP with no more speculating from me unless I think of some other valid reasons.
Obsolete temp sensor? Stop while you ahead kid, I got half dozen more reasons.
It's always hot here, this is Arizona. Having the fan run most of the time wouldn't be the worst. Just replaced rectifier.Depends on the bike as some switch power and some switch ground, on all time will strain charging circuit but short term bypass when you know its hot outside is ok