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YES, the water pump or anything else in the cooling system that may be leaking can cause this condition. Have you pressure checked the cooling system? If not, this is the next step. The system needs to be put under pressure to find out where it is leaking or where the coolant may have gone. The leak could be so slow that you may not have noticed the leak. It can dry up or evaporate before it hits the ground sp you wont see anything leaking. Chances are the coolant was low for some time before the engine started to overheat. Once you find the leak, the failed part or component will need to be replaced. Then the cooling system will need to be filled up and burped free of air pockets and you will be good to go!
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Have you checked for fault codes?Do you have a compression gauge?
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