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Bad new water pump, thermostat installed upside down, hoses reversed, slipping water pump belt, system needs bleeding and has an air pocket.

You must bleed the cooling system of all the air. Set the heater control to hot also when this is done to remove all the air in the system

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Q: After changing the water pump why wouldn't you be able to get the water to run through the engine?
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