Question about 1995 Pontiac Grand Am
You should be able to look down in between the motor and the firewall and see if the heater hoses are attached to the heater core. Most of the time when they are bypassed it is because the heater core has started to leak. Instead of replacing the heater core (not a fun or easy job) they just bypass it so they won't leak coolant. So, if it is bypassed your probably looking at replacing the heater core in order to get heat.
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