There is so much conflicting information, some people say the cycling is a bad sign and indicates a bigger issue within the AC system as a whole. This link here https://www.thetireman.com/Heating-and-Cooling.aspx
claims "Some warning symptoms are: Electric engine cooling fan quickly cycles on and off" Other people say this is normal operation including some dealerships.
This website here https://www.aa1car.com/library/electric_cooling_fan.htm
claims "so the fan does not come on until the engine reaches normal operating temperature (195 to 215 degrees). The fan will then cycle on and off as needed to maintain the coolant temperature"
So I guess it might be possible that this is normal? I have no clue. Two different people both with a 2011 and 2012 claim their fans do not cycle. It sure does not sound normal, the car seems to be boged-down every time this cycling happens and it does not sound good on the engine. I am afraid this is going to prematurely wear out parts leading to a more expensive repair. But with all these repair shops just taking random guesses at what might be wrong that is a sure way to waste a lot of money very fast.
I guess at this point I may just let it go and see what happens, some people say if its aint broke dont fix it. The AC for the most part blows cold, I think after tireman serviced it it is actually blowing warmer than previously so I really feel screwed. I wish I would have never even taken it in to be checked out.