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Its over heating then it cool then it overheats again. New waterpump, radiator,

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Thermostat? temp sensor going bad, check out the simple things first.

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wow could be a lot of reasons depending on how long it takes to overheat.The following are some but more info needed so as to be precise in instruction and diagnosis.
1.Thermostat jammed shut(will heat very quickly and one hose will seem cold when radiator is hot).
2.Radiator blocked with rust etc inside from age or lack of good coolant inside.
3.The cooling fins all rotted away from radiator being old.
4.The fans not turning on when needed-either a sensor fault or fan dead.if it is a viscous type fan then it is not locking up when engine hot.
5.coolant leak and level low.
6.a blown head gasket.
7.fan belt running waterpump pulley is worn,loose or fallen off from breaking.
8.low oil level and dirty
9.waterpump impellor inside is rusted away or damaged
10.engine timing is seriously out .
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Try running your heater on full and the fan on maximun when it heats.Does this help cool it?if so get your radiator and cooling system cleaned out and recheck.
If it is cold to the vents,check your coolant level safely when it is cool enough to do this.
I hope these checks help you,or get back with your further findings from these checks

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