Q: Q: Overheating

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Car is over heating horribly. Like within 15 miles or less. I have taken it to repair shops they have replaced the thermostat, radiator, and waterpump. I have to put in over a gallon of coolant/water before driving it and 15 or less miles down the road it's over heating and the water i put in is gone. There is no visible leaks. No water in the oil. What else could it be? Please help!

My car has 91000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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