Q: Intake manifold came off replaced gaskets new water pump thermostat and put in barred leak still overheats

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Coming home car s tarted to overheat pulled off road towed to home r intake manifold came off replaced gaskets thermastat water pump water still overheats no water from pump engine it is like thermostat is not opening up no water in oil what to try next help!!

My car has 22500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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