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What is the Eng Temp on 3.0 eng - 2004 Mercury Sable

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Almost all engine will run around 190 degrees F to 210 degrees F. The fan should kick on around the higher of the two. (Keep in mind that temperature gauges can be "off." I use a laser thermometer, or an engine scanner.

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

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Thermastate should open and turn fan on around 120 deg, The normal running tempiture is around 180 deg, With being a 3.0 it has a smaller radiator and will run a little warmer the the biger engines. Good luck to you.

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

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