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Cooling system problem

I have a 95 grand am, i have problems with my cooling system. When i drive it frist thing in the morining it heats up fine at normal temp of car,the she blows cold air threw the vents and the temp gage goes over 180 degress. The cooling fan comes on, changed the thremstate, did a rad flush, i am goin to change the water pump later on today. The rad does NOT get hot it stayes cold, and there us no pressure in the hose that goes to the thremstate.

1995 Pontiac Grand Am 3100

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Try running it to running temp and try to check the heater core hoses. if one is hotter then other may have pluged up heater core.

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