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The radiator of my 2001 Ford Lynx had cracked and was replaced by a new one. Since then, it started to overheat. I replaced the thermostat as the mechanic told me that it stucked up but to no avail. I filled it up to 50% coolant to 50% distilled water but the problem persists. Once, I took off the radiator cap and I can see that there are bubbles coming up. Can you help me on this.

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Ok your water punmp might be no good take the hose from the thermastat housing turn the car over if no water comes out u need a water pump

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