Q: Car is heating up after 100kms run

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My Car is heating up after 120-140 kms run, AC is not working and car temperature meter going to hot. Can you please us what could be the reason. Changed the coolant, flushed the radiator. Local mechanic was not able to identify the issue since issue occurs only after 120 kms run. When it's heat up, will turn off for 20-30mins than later will run again 120kms. Can you please suggest what can be done ? I heard when condensor is fail may occur. Pls advice

My car has 40000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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