OK, it's over 100-degrees here in South Texas again. The FZJ is running fine and no problem with the temp. in terms of the engine. However, the air conditioning is having a hard time keeping up ! I had it into the shop the about six weeks ago and they evacuated the system and recharged. It blew as cold as ever. Then it got HOT outside and it blows cold while we are running down the road, but not as cold at the stop lights, for somewhat obvious reasons. I had the shop check it out again and they tested everything and said it is cooling up to spec. And I have to admit, in the morning it will freeze you out, but at 6:00 pm in the traffic, it's not as cool as one would like. I was thinking about adding an electric auxiliary fan in front of the radiator and coil just to the right of the tranny cooler. It looks like a 12" fan would fit in there without any problem. I would want to wire it up to where I could switch it from (a) having it run in a continuous mode, (b) having it come on with the a/c compressor and (c) being able to it off completely while running at speed down the highway. I did this on my old FJ-60 after we converted it to R-134a and put in a new, modern coil, etc. and it cools well; really well. My '94 5-series has an aux fan in it for just such a purpose and it makes all the difference in the world !! So, I figured that it ought to help the FZJ too. My only concern is that we will block off some of the normal air flow to the radiator and coil while in normal, driving down the road "mode". Any thoughts on this ?? Other disadvantages to such an install that I haven't thought of ?? Cruiser Dan, you guys are dealing with these high temps too. Has anyone there done such a thing? TIA, R.