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It may be a couple of things, first before you replace the water pump, you need to warm the car up, and locate the thermostat houseing, it will have two hoses attached, and one will go to the radiator, and it will be on the engine, after you locate it, warm the car up, after it is warmed up, feel the hoses going too and from the thermostat houseing, if they are both warm, then it is not the thermostat, if they are not both warm, then your thermostat is junk, cheap fix, and easy to replace. let me know, and i will help you from their...........

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