I own a 2000 Deville. I noticed in front of the car on the passenger side, small drops of oil on the ground on the passenger side once in a while about the size of a half dollar. Some months I see it, some I don't. I decided to remove the bottom shroud for a closer inspection. I noticed that a pressure hose coming from the back of the air compressor was wet with oil. I traced the other end of the hose up to a connection to the air condensor. I also noticed that the drivers vent side was not very cold but the passenger side was very cold. A friend informed me that if the oil leaked out, the a/c would not get cold. Last year the rear a/c also started blowing warm. Can the oil from the air conditioner be leaking and the line still be cold, which it is? if so, will the compressor seize up if all the oil leaks out? Can I replace this oil leaking hose without releasing the freon? The line that holds the freon connects to the condensor but is seprate from the the cold freon line coming from the actuator. I just don't want to be driving along and the compressor goes and costing me a fortune to replace and recharge the system. If anyone can shed some light on my problem I would be deeply grateful. I don't want to take it somewhere and get ripped off. Thanks again.