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Engine overheating

(1990 Ford Thunderbird)
in Virginia Beach, VA on June 29, 2010
I have replaced the thermostat, water pump, coolant and the heat sensor but she still runs with a high tempeture or hot. What else could it be...there is no water mixed with the oil. Also it seems that the coolant runs out somewhere, but there is no sign of a leak. What can I do to determine what the problem is.
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on June 29, 2010
could be a clogged radiator. take it to a shop for a pressure test and a hyrocarbon test.

Roy
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