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2006 Lincoln LS V8 rapidly overheats then drops to normal. May happen after 100 miles or 3 miles.

Problem began 2 wks ago. Outside temp about 20 degrees. Hear fan start and may hear reservoir bubbling. Temp rises to hot, warning, then drops to normal. May happen after 100 miles or a few miles.

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On the intake, Near the top radiator hose inlet, Note this model has 2, 1 Runs the guage, The other tells the pcm what temp the motor is for strategy. DO NOT REMOVE THIS WITH VEHICAL WARM OR HOT. IT WILL SPEW COOLANT IF YOU TRY, Allow vehical to cool all the way, And this is a very easy repair :) Good luck, God bless

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only one cure and thats sell it quick to a dealer and pick up something else ,this vehicle will need extensive work doing head gaskets

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SOURCE: I have a 2002 Lincoln LS V8 the temp is reading fine and it is not overheating, but the water begins to bubble in the reservoirs. I let the car sit and run for 5 hours and there was no bubbling, but a

better check your oil and make sure yu arent getting water in it first. is it running rough at all? 2 things come to mind-an air lock which should cause it to overheat or a bad head gasket causing the air bubbles

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