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I just got my water outlet replace now my car is over heating

I just got my water outlet replace now my car starts to over heat what can be causing this problem somebody can help me with this please

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I am not sure why you had your water outlet replaced, but the thermostat is located just below the water outlet. It is possible that it was installed backwards or something odd like that. I would suggest that you remove the water inlet and check things out.

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