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AC shuts down

I have a 1991 Cadillac Deville. The air will turn on then gradually stop. Also sometimes you can hear it turn on but nothing is coming out of the vents. We have looked at the wires and its not burnt out. What is wrong with it and how do i fix it??

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Sounds like a FAN BLOWER problem. Under R/R hood. A/C compressor will continue to click on and off even if blower is inop. Hope this helps

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