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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, Airconditioning Problems in Cadillac Escalade Forums; My 2002 Escalade EXT had been blowing cool (not cold) air intermittently. So i have done the following without any ...
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    nhnh is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Airconditioning Problems

    My 2002 Escalade EXT had been blowing cool (not cold) air intermittently. So i have done the following without any tangible results:

    1) Changed the compressor
    2) Filter
    3) Air mixing bottle (dont know what its called)
    4) The AC / Compressor shut off switch
    5) Cancelled the heater by making the in/out pipes into a loop
    6) Changed the Blendor Actuator under the glove compartment

    Yet no tangible results.

    Feel that the air is being forced into the front vents.

    Need HELP!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhnh
    My 2002 Escalade EXT had been blowing cool (not cold) air intermittently. So i have done the following without any tangible results:

    1) Changed the compressor
    2) Filter
    3) Air mixing bottle (dont know what its called)
    4) The AC / Compressor shut off switch
    5) Cancelled the heater by making the in/out pipes into a loop
    6) Changed the Blendor Actuator under the glove compartment

    Yet no tangible results.

    Feel that the air is being forced into the front vents.

    Need HELP!!!!!
    Have you replaced the cabin air filter?

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    nhnh is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Airconditioning Problems

    No. Just cleaned them with pressurised air... Will that help in getting more air pressure through the front air vents?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhnh
    No. Just cleaned them with pressurised air... Will that help in getting more air pressure through the front air vents?
    Never clean those they have to be replaced

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    Re: Airconditioning Problems

    You sure you have the right charge of refrigerant? Did you evacuate the system before charging?

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