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possibly a hose or water pump leaking, but only while driving when full pressure is on the system. first check your oil and make sure theres no water in the oil.if no water in the oil, then fill the radiator,and let run in driveway until it reaches temp 190 to 210 and look for water leak then. If it were just the thermostat then you should have a boil over in coolant tank and wld/shld be able to smell or see the coolant loss. also inspect your radiator sides front and back, your radiator may have a hole
OK, let's see, first, is it coolant or water? Coolant boils at 265 in a closed system, water boils at 220. Can you see any oil floating on top of water in radiator? Do you notice steam coming out the tail pipe at all? Is the radiator full of white rock looking stuff? Check the oil. And check all the above. If none of those symptoms show up, I would suspect just a clogged up radiator. A radiator shop can recore it or replace it. Hope this helps.
Do you have anti freeze in it? did you replce the radiator cap? is the fan clutch good? is the AC condensor full of bugs and the radiator? are you low on transmisson fluid? or Motor oil? all these will cause it to get hot.