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is correct. ...and your question is valid.
That said... I would think that most people would want the mod to stay on the truck side. Someone could have an inline switch to a rigged fan clutch, though - leaving the original fan ummolested.
The big grounding no-no - IMHO - is to run the ground from the switch directly to somewhere behind the dash. Convenient, yes. But, that creates a long path for a relatively high current circuit. ...and an invitation for ground loops.
2004 F550 CC Lariat
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