Could be the timing is a little fast.
about 30$ to do it yourself, maybe less.
bad water pump or thermostat. check both.
Was the gasket replaced? Have you checked the hose and the heater core. Is everything tightened down?
The thermostat is stuck open and needs to be replaced.
Would need to know if car was overheating before waterpump and thermostat was replaced.
because the water pump is not working properly....
If you personally changed it, I would guess theres some air bubbles blocking the hoses.
Little Jimmy Nelson.
Year, make and model would help us help you.
Assuming it did not overheat before you replaced thermostat and water pump you may have installed the thermostat backwards. It is also possible the cooling system wasn't refilled properly and was air bound.
its such a cheap part I would just replace it... Check the temperature of the upper radiator hose. If it isn't hot, the thermostat is probably stuck shut.
This question is not complete. . Need to know if you've replaced radiator, thermostat, hoses etc. Are you asking this question *after* yo checked the thermostat, changed, added or drained the system?
Ingeneral, the fan will run only if the temperature of the radiator is above the normal range. If the fan is running, then the radiator must be over temp unless the radiator fan thermostat or it's relay is defective. If the radiator truly is over temp then you have a larger over-heating problem You state the thermostat was replaced. if you replaced the fan thermostat then either the radiator really is over temp and it is doing what it should, or there is a problem with the thermostat-fan relay or switch. If you replaced the engine thermostat that controls the flow of coolent between the engine and the radiator, then that probably wasn't your problem and you should look elsewhere for an overheating cause. I would start by determining if the engine actually is overheating or not. If it is, I would look for coolent system problems like the engine thermostat (if you didn't replace it already), water pump, leaks, scale build up in the radiator, or blockages in the system. If the engine isn't overheating then I would consentrate on the fan, fan thermostat and relays.
Either the thermostat is set too high on the hot water heater or the thermostat is becoming faulty and boiling the water too high which would mean you need to get it replaced.
maybe low on fluid? or maybe bad thermostat? or maybe bad water pump?
If the thermostat is broken in the closed position the engine would overheat rapidly. If it was broken in the open position the engine cooling system would not reach normal operating temperature and the heater would produce only warm air. Take the thermostat out and put it in a pan of water on the stove. When the water gets to around 200 deg F, the thermostat should open. If it doesn't it needs replaced. Observe carefully that you have not installed the thermostat upsidedown.
first of all, do you have the right thermostat? ie: winter, summer. if so i would get the radiator checked, it may be getting pluged.
Did you put the thermostat in backwards? I would check to see where the steam is coming from. I had to change out small hoses for the same problem with mine.
Maybe you need a freon boost.
Water pump not pumping or a pluged radiater
Perhaps plugged radiator - have it boiled out or replaced
I suggest replacing the thermostat, that might work.
thermostat needs replaced