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After changing the thermostat and water pump my 06 jeep grand cherokee keeps overheating

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2 things.
Are the electric fans coming on?
You have a water flow problem.Either engine or radiator.These are the 1st 2 things to look at.
Barring head gasket problems(which is unlikely)I would get these things checked by a GOOD radiator cooling specialist.
Hope this helps

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