Hello so let me start by saying I am not a mechanic but more of a tinker. With that out of the way, my car overheated on the highway and the thin head gasket blew, I replaced the head gasket in my 2012 Ford Fiesta SEL by myself and with the help of a YouTube series which walked me through everything. Well the car starts up, before it wouldn’t at all. Now the problem is it is overheating. I run it and drive for about 10-15 minutes and the temperature gets up to about 220-230. I have replaced the thermostat, timing belt, tensioner, CPS’s, and serpentine belt. I do not believe it is the water pump since coolant is circulating through the engine and back into the overflow tank. It could be the temperature sensor but when I hook up the OBD I can read the temperature fine so that would be off if it was sending bad signals to the ecu. I do not believe it’s the radiator since I had no issues with it before the head gasket blew. My theory is that I have a warped head or the head gasket blew again because it did overheat minorly when I test ran it, or I did not torque the head bolts well enough. Any other theories you can suggest from experience?