A/C

Asked by Apr 26, 2016 at 08:18 PM about the 2001 Cadillac Seville SLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2001 Cadillac SLS drove to work this morning
AC ran fine work 12-hour shift when I got back in car
to drive home AC will not turn on so I turned it back
off push the button again to turn it back on Checked
the vents the AC wants to turn on but it automatically
quits can you resolve the problem

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95,145

When was it last serviced? Could be low on 134 or it sprung a leak and the system has shut it down.

I haven't serviced the a/c since I bought the car 4 months ago but at first it started with the heater not blowing on passenger side just cold air even when I had it on heat and now the a/c dosent work at all when I turn on

95,145

Then that sounds like the HVAC computer is messed up, Locate the main power distribution box under the hood and open it, look for any fuses marked heat or A/C and remove them, wait at least 1 minute, then put them back in and recheck the system to see if it reset itself, if not then you will need to take it to a shop that can work on Cadillac HVAC systems.

Okay thanks I'll try that

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