Question about 1995 Cadillac DeVille
I looked in the car manual & it clearly reads that if in econ mode, the A/C Compressor will be shut off. Looked up on computer that all codes must be reset& new codes entered when replacing A/C Compressor, also said could be switches on dash for choices.
There should be a switch inside the car to choose whether you want econ mode on or off, Econ mode helps to save fuel and power.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i put a 1990 allante trans into my 1988 allante, the used trans was working fine before i put it into my '88 allante. now it shifts very rough and has trouble going into park and the linkeage is very stiff.....someone told me there is a transmission control module that could be the problem or some kind of vacuum control module????any ideas???..........thanks, rodney
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
SOURCE: the information center reads
You'll need to have the A/C system serviced. It is low on freon so the compressor isn't coming on, and you won't have any A/C. Usually you'll just need some freon.
Posted on May 13, 2010
SOURCE: My 96 Sedan DeVille Climate
This usually means the ac refridgerant is low. In Econ mode the ac compressor will not turn on, your car is staying in Econ to avoid damage to the compressor. If you are low on refrigerant it means you have a leak. Don't just buy a can and refil, have a professional shop check for leaks and fill the system with the proper oil and add refrigerant to the proper pressure.
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
SOURCE: my ac was blowing fine
If the car was retro fitted with R134a this was a common problem. There was a low side pressure sensor that needs to be changed. R134a runs different pressures than the r12.. When you go down the road the condenser cools off the system and the pressure drops below the minimum pressure. You need to make sure that the system is fully charged, not just cold to the feel. Both pipes coming out of the firewall need to be the same temp. this makes sure that the evaporator is flooded.
I hope this helped. Re-post if you need more info. Have a nice day and good luck.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
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