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Most likely your thermostste is not opening. when you start the vehicle does it climb slowely or just shoot streight to hot on start up. if it goes to hot right off the bat you need to change the sensor that runs from the cluster pannel to the waterpump houseing

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replace the thermostat,, and make sure that the fan engages , just because the fluids don't boil over doesn't mean the temp isn't to high, if your saying that the temp gauge is stuck on the hot setting, and doesn't move even when the car is cold,, thats a different problem,, if thats the case whats the make , model , and year

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