Question about 2002 Ford E250
Well, it can be a sending unit issue, they are pretty inexpensive, so worth while to just replace it. Do be aware that the temprature DOES normally do what you describe. The condition is called heat soak, where the temp goes pretty high, due to no water circulation, after shutdown. This is normal and some vehicles run fans after shutdown to help. Usually not an issue with properly functioning cooling system that can hold pressure.
Remember the coolant recovery tanks? Their purpose was to recover teh small amount of coolant pushed out during heat soak.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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