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Low on coolant, air bubble in coolant, water pump faulty, coolant fan motor/relay/switch/fuse bad, collapsed hose only when RPMs are raised, bad thermostat, any of these could be the cause. Low coolant and electrical issues are easy enough to sort out.
Couple of other items to check:
A) radiator cap - it might be weak and not holding pressure
B) thermostat in upside down - (not implying but it does happen)
C) blown head gasket
D) Fan belt slipping past waterpump - glazed
It sounds like you did everything, just back track over everything
Jack up car.
Remove tires on back.
Remove Nut on top of each strut, located inside engine hatch.
Remove lower bolts from spindle.
Use spring compressor to remove springs.
Reverse procedure to replace.
Look at the air cleaner and find the big hose that goes to the throttle body. The clutch slave cylinder is an inch or two right below the air cleaner side of the giant hose. There is a heat shield over the half of the slave cylinder near the exhaust crossover pipe. The bleeder screw is at the driver's side end of the slave cylinder.