Air conditioning valves on Cadillac Seville?
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Does a 1997 Cadillac Seville have a cabin air filter?
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You get no heat out of right side 2001 SLS Cadillac?
what i am assuming is being talked about is that when you go to turn on the heat in a Seville, heat will only be produced out of one side of vents. there are a number of valves in a Seville which control wether the air that is coming out of the vents in hot or cold. in a Seville there are a pair of these valves one for the passenger side air, and one for the driver side air. the reason why only one side of the car is blowing hot air is because one of these valves has gotten stuck in the "cold air" position and needs to be replaced. the same thing happened on my car but the drivers side was the one not blowing heat.
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Did the 1957 Cadillac convertible have air conditioning?
When Cadillac first introduced air conditioning as an option in 1953, the blower was in the trunk with clear pipes in the package shelf to deliver the cool air to four outlets in the ceiling, one over each passenger position. Probably because of this, air conditioning was not an available option in the convertible. However air conditioning was available in the convertible in 1956 with vent at the sides of the seats. For 1957, Cadillac moved the air conditioner from the trunk to under the hood and the vents were re-located to the top of the dashboard. With this move, I assume air conditioning then became an option in the convertible as well.