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Because if you put the thermostat at 300m water does not circulate when the thermostat is new

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So you changed the thermostat?
Water will not circulate while engine is cold. As it reaches normal temp it should open and circulate. If it is overheating when warmed up, and still not circulating, then either the thrmostat is bad or wrong type, or it was installed wrong and somthing is blocking it.
One other thing possible is the water pump is broken, but usually when pump is broke, it leaks, from the back of the pump.
You could check the belt is correctly driving the water pump.

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