Q: Overheating/leaking issue

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My car was over heating and I had the thermostat housing water pump and radiator replaced and it's not over heating until all the water is out of my coolant and radiator. It probably takes a few long drives for the water to come out. What could it be now?????

My car has 153947 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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