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Temperature gage I have several issues with my 2000 Mercury Sable ? The reservoir tank has became a rust color ?(I do have coolant in the car) ?the heater will blow cool air if The car is sitting idle or if the heater is on high ? this a.m. my temperature gage read hot while warming up my car. Is it possible all these issues are related to having a bad thermostat?

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You are low on coolant and you have brown coolant. need a bypass kit.

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