2007 Pontiac G6 wont start

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Asked by Sep 04, 2014 at 04:14 PM about the 2007 Pontiac G6 GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car's temperature gauge has been high several times in the past few months.  After I add water and coolant, the gauge returns to normal.   
Today my car wont start.  I have power, however, the engine wont turn over.
My car is included in GM recall 13036 - the part to  fix the recall has not come in yet...

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When you try to start it do you hear the starter go clank? If you do you need to,pull out the spark plugs then crank it over and see how many cylinders blow out coolant. If it doesn't go clank there is a voltage loss somewhere in the start circuit.

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There is no sound but the radio and air conditioner turn on

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How would I check for a voltage loss and what can I do to fix it?

105,275

Make sure ignition is off, get the socket that fits the the bolt on the engine vibration damper, using a break over bar try to turn the engine manually, if you can't turn it then proceed with the spark plug removal.

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