After driving until warmed-up, you can sit for a few minutes at idle and the radiator/condenser fan should come on. The fan is a 2-speed unit and it is possible to have one speed working, but not the other. The temperature gauge should be at or slightly below the half-way mark. You may be able to hear the fan running from the driver's seat, or you may need to pop the hood and lift it up to confirm that the fan is running. The fan is also needed for cooling the condenser when the A/C is on. When driving down the road with air blowing through the grille, the fan isn't really needed. It only is there to assist cooling for when the car is sitting still or moving in stop & go traffic. The front control arm bushings can slip out of position. The rubber bond to the outer steel shell breaks and the arm drops down to rest on the frame (cross-member). Drivers-ControlBushing1_zps976e02c0.jpg Pass-ContolBush_zps298824d7.jpg You may hear a 'clatter' over bumps as the arm rattles against the frame, but it is not a dangerous condition. The arm can't come apart on you or wear tires. The arm has to be removed from the car and you can press the old bushing out and press a new one in: 002749095.jpg If the ball joints are worn or you don't have access to a press, replace the arm assembly. moog-moog-k620009-large-1.jpg It may be a good idea to have a front end alignment afterwards, just to be sure nothing has changed.