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When i drive my car subaru legacy 2001 at 80mph its normal but when i exceed my speed my car temperature get heatup i already changed my water pump but after this i dont know why its happen can you pls help me

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Hi it sounds like your thermostat is faulty usually these should be changed with the water pump if you havent already the other thing i would suggest is check your radiator is not blocked or the side tank on the drivers side is not leaking

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