Ok, so after looking over the fan and AC diagram, it looks like there are two potential ways of doing things, a fan controller, or making use of the AC control module. The reviews on derales dual fan controller are terrible, so I ordered a fan controller as a backup, but am going to go with using the AC control module that exists already to be able to do everything from the back and make use of the ecu plug instead of running wires all the way to the front
Picked up some radiator tube adapters for the sensors (going to use a 190 for low and a 210 for high) and the 2 thermo switch sensors.
?Yeah I know definitely shotty reviews on the sensors, dont know of any other reliable ones though.
going to use the AC control module, using the switches to provide grounds to high and low speed fan wires.
For AC, Jumping ECU 53 to 56 should make the connection from the grounding AC switch to the AC relay, while also using the trinary switch to provide protection from under and over pressure, and thermostat (although Im not certain what the thermostat for it entails? I guess over temp of the refrigerant??).
A connection to the fans will be needed, going to need a few diodes as well to keep the fans from grounding the AC switch.
Only thing that has me stumped at this point is how to make the fans turn off over a given speed