Let's quote your original post:
"Really don't want to get in the middle of this........ but if you turn the A/C on while sitting in an idling WK2 that has coolant temps at 220*+ the fans will immediately turn on and the coolant temperature will decrease! Thats the way your WK2 works, as designed by the engineers who built it."
That's simply not true since the fan is already on. The temps are likely to increase by turning the A-C on. That's all I ever stated. For some reason, you want to continue to twist your statement until you feel it is correct (it ain't going to happen). NO THE FANS ARE NOT ALREADY ON AT IDLE!!
I am not going to argue the fact that the fan comes on when the coolant temperature rises above a preset temperature. That's not what we were discussing. We were discussing whether or not activating the A-C will reduce coolant temps. This is where the law of physics applies.
"If you don't believe me, go out and try it in your driveway.
There is no way for me to try this since my cooling system is working properly. The fan will be on before the coolant temp. reaches 220.