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I have a 95 pontiac grand am it is over heating bad and useing

My 95 grand am is over heating really bad its either leaking or drinking alot of water or anti freeze my low coolent light comes on even after i feel it up my heat only blows out cold air,i dont know were my thermastate is wondering if that may be the problem but if thats the case why am i looseing the water so fast and dont see it pooring out?Its really confuseing me also i know it has over heated before theres has been some type of sealent put in it you can see it and when i got it i didnt pay much attention but when i got the car it had to jugs of water in it but been driveing it a few months and nothing till now please tell me what it could be and how i might could fix it?

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Sounds like a blown head gasket...one of the water jackets is probably out on the gasket.

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