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I would check all of the vacuum lines to check for any damaged or cracked ones. If none, when was the last time you did a full tune up on this car? Plugs, wires, air filter(s), oil change, radiator flush, transmission fluid flush! Without first knowing how many miles are on this car, and the last time any of this was changed, it would be a hard diagnosis.
I had the exact problem with mine and had to replace the heater core and that was the problem. same exact symptoms. also make sure that you have a good system flush done or do yourself but make sure the whole system is flushed well and through bottom drain. these cars have a issue with clogged radiators which will lead to many more issues if not checked. good luck!
If I remember correctly , along the top of the radiator is a support with 4 bolts , 2 on each side that you can remove and then remove support to access the radiator through the top not the bottom. It will be a time consuming job , be prepared , and good luck.