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Very likely this is a sign of a faulty head gasket , to go to the local auto parts store and pick up a chemical head gasket test kit this will detect any hydrocarbons that are located in the cooling system .if there are any hydrocabons present you will need to replace the head gaskets
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I took your advice and purchased the kit that checked or a blown or defective head gasket. It did not reflect a problem.
I did some additional internet research and determined that my sebring needed to have air purged from the cooling system after it had been refilled with antifreeze. There is a bleeder valve on the water box where the thermostat lives. That was actually my real problem. I opened the valve with the motor running and purged all the air out of the system and that cleared the problem.