Q: I just replaced a heater hose in my 2006 dodge ram 1500. The coolant is full but now the engine is overheating. Did I miss a step

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I replaced one heater hose that was leaking. Coolant came out when I was removing the old one. I replaced it with a new one and now the truck is overheating. Did I miss something? The coolant container is full.

My car has 96000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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