Q: I changed the oil pan gasket, the leak was big and obvius. but the car is still overheating and smoking

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I changed the oil pan gasket. The car was overheating and smoking. I put the right glue, i didnt tight the screws to tight. but the car is still overheating and smokimg

My car has 141018 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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