A/C Problems!! 95 DeVille

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1985-1992 Fleetwood, 1993 Sixty Special, All FWD Forum Discussion, A/C Problems!! 95 DeVille in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Bought the car about 3 weeks ago and have not had any problems with the A/C other then the compressor ...
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    J.Bugner is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    A/C Problems!! 95 DeVille

    Bought the car about 3 weeks ago and have not had any problems with the A/C other then the compressor was noisy. I blew a fuse yesterday and replaced it but, it blew again. Before the fuse blew the A/C worked fine. Today it blew again and this time I replaced it but the A/C does not come on and the fuse is not blown. Do I need a new compressor? If so what else should I replace when I change out the compressor? Thanks for any help.

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    Re: A/C Problems!! 95 DeVille

    you might want to try to see if your compressor is actually running, if not their could be be a problem with your compressor or the programmer(the computer for the compressor), the programmer is located behind the glove compartment inside the car.

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    Re: A/C Problems!! 95 DeVille

    Could be low on freon but that would trigger a DTC and a low refrigerant message. Very low refrigerant would disable the compressor to protect it. Another possible noise maker could be the compressor clutch. That can be changed without loosing the charge neccessitating a vacuum and recharge.

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