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I have a 2007 pontiac G6 3.5L engine and I cannot find the thermostat

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No it does the opposite Gale as it puts more strain on the engine to drive the compressor.

You need to make sure the radiator is full of coolant with no air pockets. People get confused with filling the radiator and filling the overflow reservoir. There is a cap on the radiator, remove it and top it up, run the engine and keep topping it up. Also make sure that your HEATING in the car is on FULL heat and FULL fan. Squeezing the radiator hoses will help to dislodge air. The level will rise and fall when the thermostat opens up. Rev the engine a bit, top up one last time and when there are no bubbles, replace the radiator cap. Turn the engine off and then top up the overflow reservoir. Use antifreeze mixed to the manufacturers specs, usually 50/50.

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