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Ford bantam rocam 1.6i 2006 temperature high but water is not boiling. Is one of the sensors faulty and where is all sensing units installed?

I replaced radiator, complete thermostat housing, water bottle with cap. Water is not boiling, but temperature needle go's to high. Fan also kick in and stays on while gauge is above 1/4 to red.

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Did you replace the thermostat with a new one?
If so try taking the thermostat out and then start without thermostat and see what happens,also try and measure the water temperature if you can.If the fan come on and stay on it can be that the fan switch is also faulty

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You might have an air lock in the water system.
start the car leave the cap off put you bower on hot and leave for 10-15 mins if should get the air lock out

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