Where is the a/c condensor on My 2007 G5?

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Asked by Sep 23, 2007 at 02:18 PM about the 2007 Pontiac G5 Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was told by my GM dealer that my a/c is not blowing cold because my condensor was hit by a rock. I can't see my condensor from any angle that a rock could hit. Where is the location of the condensor?

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The condensor is always right behind the front grill, in front of the radiator.

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Yeah, follow the A/C hoses if you can. They are heavy 3/4" hose

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the condensor is not in the usual location. It is not between the grill and radiator. I have follwed the lines and they seem to connect straight to the radiator. I have priced condensors online and at various parts stores. According to the prices I have found, I believe they are talking about the compressor. This does not fill me with much confidence in the abilities of the mechanics at my dealership.

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