The aux fan runs fine and comes on at ~100deg. The car never went over this temperature during the "testing" as described above. In day-to-day use in hot weather, the coolant temp will sometimes get up to 110 or even 115, but the AC will not necessarily quit even then, and the auxilary fan will kick in. As an aside, in cooler weather, the aux fan kicks in at around 100 and brings the temp back to around 90. In hot weather, the fan kicks in at 110 and brings the car down to 100. This doesn't strike me as efficient. How can I have the fan continue to run until the temp cools to 90 or so?
The dealer also performed a socket box test, results being normal.
Thanks for the responses thus far.
[This message has been edited by Nick Jamal (edited 05-08-2000).]