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Established by Edsel Ford in 1938, Mercury was a division of the Ford Motor Company, slotted between Ford and Lincoln, Ford’s luxury division. Mercury is the ancient Roman name for Hermes, which in the ancient Greek mythology was the messenger of the gods, as well as the protector of travelers and trades: speed, movement and sharpness were the attributes which ideally handed on the Mercury car maker. The early history of Mercury tells about many successful vehicles that proudly embodied the most authentic American soul. Also the U.S. brand showed a great ability to fit the market conditions, downsizing its models when the oil crisis hit the world or creating revolutionary models when innovation was needed. Due to the new Ford's market strategies, the Mercury brand was dropped in 2011.

Electrical parts are critical in every vehicle, guaranteeing and controlling the right function of all the components which need electricity: door locks, climate control windows, wipers, just to name few. The more the car is sophisticated and uses advanced technologies, the more electrical parts are important. There are lots of electrical components in a car: switches, wires and cables, converters, testers and many others. In case of need, just browse our online catalog for Mercury electrical parts: cooperating with trustworthy aftermarket companies such as AC Delco, Standard, Genuine and Dorman, we provide reliable and long lasting replacement parts at reasonable prices, also offering qualified customer service for help and suggestions.

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    • TYC® Window Regulator
      (3 reviews)
      # sp2555
      Window Regulator by TYC®. You know you have problems with the window regulator when the window sits at the boom of the door an refuses to go up. Luckily, now you don't have to pay the high dealer price for a brand new component...
      $27.03 - $177.39
    • Dorman® Window Switch
      (6 reviews)
      # sp4130
      Window Switch by Dorman®. A non-working window can be a hassle going through toll booths, drive-throughs or when you want to get some fresh air. Designed to withstand the wear and tear of daily use, the Dorman window switch is a...
      $2.37 - $202.29
    • Dorman® Window Motor
      (2 reviews)
      # sp4058
      Window Motor by Dorman®. Dorman Window Lift Motors are 100% new and include direct fit wiring harnesses and hardware necessary to complete the repair where applicable. Motors typically burn out due to failures of the Window...
      $27.89 - $304.20
    • Dorman® Instrument Cluster
      (28 reviews)
      # sp4089
      Remanufactured Instrument Cluster by Dorman®. This product is a great, environmentally-friendly alternative to buying a new instrument cluster. Remanufactured using new replacement components for reliable performance, the Dorman...
      $138.54 - $352.91
    • Dorman® Multi Purpose Light Bulb Kit
      (0 reviews)
      # sp6677
      Multi Purpose Light Bulb Kit by Dorman®. Dorman offers a variety of the most popular interior component bulbs: for the instrument cluster and gauge, climate control, car stereo, and more. Each replacement provides bright light and...
      $6.17 - $29.98
    • Dorman® Switch
      (0 reviews)
      # sp4080
      Switch by Dorman®. Bring back the ease and convenience of power-locking and unlocking your doors with Dorman’s Switch. The meticulous attention to mechanical and electrical details ensures long-lasting performance.
      $8.04 - $92.45
    • Dorman® Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir
      (1 reviews)
      # sp4085
      Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir by Dorman®. Dorman’s Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir is designed for enduring use. It resists the expansion and cracking that extreme temperature fluctuations can cause. Plus, the durable...
      $17.32 - $128.45
    • Dorman® Turn Signal Light Sockets
      (1 reviews)
      # sp6561
      Turn Signal Light Sockets by Dorman®. Improved wiring and highly durable insulation resist the corrosion, overheating and melting that commonly afflict the turn signal and other sockets. Easy to install, Dorman’s Turn Signal...
      $3.01 - $20.06
    • Dorman® Electrical Socket
      (4 reviews)
      # sp6278
      Electrical Socket by Dorman®. Dorman offers a comprehensive line of Electrical Sockets for a wide range of applications. All Electrical Sockets are constructed of high-quality materials for long-lasting durability.
      $2.33 - $34.63
    • Standard® Tru-Tech™ Cooling Systems Switch
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      # sp5425
      Tru-Tech™ Coolant Temperature Switch by Standard®. When you’re low on oil, coolant or some other fluid, you may be tempted to just run down to the local auto parts chain store. But before you waste your time and gas only to...
      $9.20 - $35.28
    • Standard® Tru-Tech™ Door Switch
      (1 reviews)
      # sp5427
      Do you hear nothing but “click, click” when you turn the key? Is the BATTERY dash light on? Your vehicle is in need of engine electrical system repair, but before you waste your time and gas running out to the auto parts chain...
      $3.39 - $10.98
    • Standard® Tru-Tech™ Ignition Switch
      (1 reviews)
      # sp5433
      Tru-Tech™ Ignition Starter Switch by Standard®. Do you hear nothing but “click, click” when you turn the key? Is the BATTERY dash light on? Your vehicle is in need of engine electrical system repair, but before you waste your...
      $8.73 - $63.22
    • Standard® Tru-Tech™ OE Replacement Horn
      (0 reviews)
      # sp5440
      Tru-Tech™ OE Replacement Horn by Standard®. Do you hear nothing but “click, click” when you turn the key? Is the BATTERY dash light on? Your vehicle is in need of engine electrical system repair, but before you waste your...
      $20.42 - $27.76
    • Standard® Tru-Tech™ Relay
      (1 reviews)
      # sp5444
      Tru-Tech™ Relay by Standard®. When you need a headlight bulb or a stop light switch, you may be tempted to just run down to the local auto parts chain store. But before you waste your time and gas only to find high prices and...
      $8.06 - $15.91
    • Motorcraft® Barometric Pressure Sensor
      (0 reviews)
      # sp5533
      Barometric Pressure Sensor by Motorcraft®. Motorcraft is the way to restore the performance of your vehicle. Designed specifically for your vehicle, Motorcraft products meet stringent Ford Motor Company standards and feature OEM...
      $69.06 - $106.71

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    • Auto Repair Parts
      A window regulator is the mechanical assembly behind a door panel that is responsible for moving a glass window up or down along a guided track. Basic window regulators which have been around since enclosed automobiles were first introduced 100 years ago are operated by a hand crank, and power window regulators use an electric motor to do the work of moving the glass along its path. In this article, we'll discuss the basic designs of window regulators and how they work.
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      Snow, ice, freezing rain, and frigid temperatures make winter driving treacherous; nevertheless you're prepared, right? Your all-season radials have plenty of tread, the antifreeze is good to -32°F, and the ice scraper is in the car, ready to go. You even remembered to pack a blanket and cell phone charger in case you get stuck. But what about your wiper blades? If they're the same ones that baked on your windshield all summer then you could be in for problems. How do you know if your wiper blades are any good? And if they're not should you replace them with the same kind for winter driving? Read on to find out.
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      Fuses are designed to stop excess current flow that can overheat circuits, damage equipment, or even cause a fire. To account for normal electrical spikes and surges, vehicle designers typically specify fuses with amp ratings of double the current flow a circuit will see under normal conditions. In automotive applications, there are push in/pull out blade fuses which resemble teeth, and there are cylindrically-shaped fuses which snap in place at both ends.

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