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2000 deville ac

Would the compressor cause that noise i heard and how much do you think it would cost to have replaced

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When you turn the a/c on the clutch engages on the compressor pulley and spins with it,compressor clutches do fail,and the sound your desribing sounds like your problem.You can just have the clutch replaced for about $350 or goto a junkyard and buy one and have someone install it.Unfortuantly luxury cars are pricey regarding to parts.

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