Beginning of March I had my car overheat and when I got it home after a few hours. I had replaced the thermostat again and bled the system out several times. So I then replaced the water pump thinking it was it and the old one looked really bad so glad I did it. After putting everything back together, I poured the coolant in and used a pump to pump it through to get a lot of the air out. After all of that, I turned the car on everything running fine and went to drive around. The car is still running a bit hot and heater is still blowing cold and the fans highest speed didn’t turn on until 223 to 225 degrees. I ran the car again after I let it cool down and now the temperature got to 232 degrees. I ran the car one last time after a few hours later and I took off on the car to see how it would do on higher speed and after I did it once the car popped after letting off through the exhaust and it blew a little bit of white smoke. Keep in mind that the car was dirty sooo I cleaned it out and it was probably that when the catalytic converters was off the car when I did the water pump. Well after I did that the cars Coolant reservoir tank over filled like it over heated and when I look at the temperature it is still at 205 - 210 degrees. The temperature doesn’t build up fast like when I first over heated the very first time, so it is taking its time like it suppose to but still overheating. Can someone help me with this to see what I am looking at next? Thank you in advance.