Q: Car is overheating, fluids are full, radiator, thermostat, and water pump just replaced.

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Car has been running fine. We just replaced the water pump, timing belt, thermostat, and radiator and the car has been running really well. All of a sudden the car starts overheating and all of the fluids are full. What could be causing the car to overheat now?
My car has an automatic transmission.

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