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Ford streetka luxury overheating problem

My ford streetka 54 plate overheated last night so much so that the collant was bubbling. checked and topped up water & coolant but its still happening. any ideas? (ps had to choose different model below as couldn't find mine)

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My streetka keeps overheating iv changed the thermastat but its still over heating any idears wat it can be

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