Q: Coolant overflowing

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I have an 06 pt cruiser touring edition. I bought it and it was running hot and leaking water. Found out it was water pump. Changed it and the timing belt. Got it back drove good not running hot but noticed that coolant was dripping from the overflow tube. What is causing this?

My car has 127344 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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