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2000 ford excursion with a 6.8 v10 drive 20 mn, coolant temp guage just pops up all the way to the top and the oil temp light comes on at the same time and the engine all but quits running. .

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Possibly air in cooling system or stuck thermostat.Like yada said,engine may be damaged already. don-ohio

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Sounds like the engine is being severely overheated and shuts down. I suggest you seek a shop out right away and find out how much damage you have done, you may have bought yourself a $10,000 engine job.

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