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98' deville, its getting cold out the past few days and when I turn the heat on I can hear the a/c compressor running too. I pulled the fuse so they dont run simutaneously but can anyone help? By the way the heat works but it is blowing out the defrost which I believe is just a vacuum line that I have not repaired yet

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Put the fuse back in, the AC is suppose to run to dehumidify the air that is delivered, once the temp gets below a certain temp, it will turn off, what you are seeing is normal

Check for AC codes for the defroster problem and the cooling distribution problem

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Put the fuse back in, the AC is suppose to run to dehumidify the air that is delivered, once the temp gets below a certain temp, it will turn off, what you are seeing is normal

Check for AC codes for the defroster problem and the cooling distribution problem

I feel like an idiot, thanks for the advice!!!

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lol..

reminds me of me last year when I was flipping out because my domelights werent coming on in the middle of the day. I was tired

GM FAN FOREVER

Nice, clean, luxury= fine automobile

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