Q: Q: My car is overheating

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Hi one day my car started smoking, I wasn't driving so idk if it over heated, then one day I went to my car and there was a giant puddle I got in the car and had it run for awhile and nothing happen I even ran the engine to about 2000, nothing happened so I drove for. About 20 30 feet. And the car started to over heat the car wen past the hot I got a towe and haven't drove the car since so I was wondering what could the problem be
My car has an automatic transmission.

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