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This is probably not the camshaft sensor so much as the CRANKSHAFT SENSOR. You may want to run the codes on the car and make sure of what it is returning. You can have this done at most auto parts stores, for free.
Over heating causes it to shut down 2 cyl n run on 6 cyl to help cool it down but once that happens the best is to shut it off check the cooling system check for antifreeze make sure its full then take the ground off the battery that's in the trunk beside the spare tire n leave the postive on but take off negative n leave it off for 5 mins then hook it back on it will turn the safe mode off back to normal. That's what I did to my 04 lincoln LS v8 3.9l... hope this helps ya
if your abs light is on then there is a prooblem with the system, on your lincoln it is most likely a wheel sensor and not the abs box, go to your local auto zone and they will pull the code for free and tell u what is wrong with the system
Many cars have a safety feature that shuts off the fuel pump when the engine stops running. It bypasses this feature when you first start. This is all done by comoputer and sensor, most likly the sensor is bad but a check at a repair shop with the computer diagnotic tool will confirm. Advance auto parts will sometimes plug this tool in and deterrmine what the problem is for you and sell you the part to repair. Maybe see if they will rent it to you. They rent other tools