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Runnning hot after driving about 10 miles.already change radiator an thermostat

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Did you check the water pump ?

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Ive changed most componan to keep it from overheating still the same

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1) Radiator pressure cap.2) Cooling system for leaks.3) Make sure radiator fan cuts in when up to temperature.4) Make sure that no bubbles are pushed out of radiator with cap off and engine running. If this happens, then perform a pressure test. You likely have a failed head gasket.
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