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Mercury was a brand of automobiles produced and marketed by the Ford Motor Company. As a brand, Mercury was established in 1938 by Edsel Ford, and became defunct in 2011. Mercury used to offer entry-level luxury vehicles positioned somewhere between Ford and Lincoln, in a way very much alike to General Motors' Oldsmobile and Buick, and Chrysler's DeSoto brands. The Mercury division had its headquarters located in Dearborn, Michigan; its automobiles were offered for sale in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the Middle East. Although, regardless of the Mercury brand’s discontinuation, its automobiles will remain a part of the American motoring culture for many generations to follow.

Well, everybody understands the actual importance of having a properly running transmission. So make sure to go ahead and have your tranny maintained at the mechanic, whose services you prefer to use the most. And we can always help you both get all of the right repair parts. Our online store carries a wide array of high-quality Mercury transmission parts only from reputable manufacturers such as Motorcraft, Hayden, Sachs, Standard, Dorman, LuK, and many more. We also offer a wide array of transmission fluids from such suppliers such as Lucas Oil, Champion Brands, B&M, Kendall, Motul USA, Royal Purple, and plenty others. Our online store will always have you supplied to the fullest, whether you’ll need a clutch kit or an automatic transmission assembly.

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    • Replace® OE Replacement Transmission
      (1 reviews)
      # sp5377
      OE Replacement Remanufactured Transmission by Replace®. If your transmission is worn out, don’t just get a rebuilt transmission, get one that’s better than new. A Replace transmission is remanufactured to exceed original...
      $1,356.30 - $6,975.79
    • RhinoPac® Clutch Master Cylinder
      (1 reviews)
      # sp4799
      Clutch Master Cylinder by RhinoPac®. Replace your leaking or worn clutch master cylinder and shift properly again. This part is constructed from heavy duty material for extended service life and ensures just the same fit and...
      $18.25 - $348.34
    • RhinoPac® Replacement Solid Flywheel
      (1 reviews)
      # sp4828
      Replacement Solid Flywheel by RhinoPac®. This flywheel will help you restore your vehicle's original drivability as it is made to exact OEM specifications but with enhanced durability over the stock unit. Each part is dynamically...
      $50.51 - $536.42
    • RhinoPac® External Clutch Slave Cylinder
      (0 reviews)
      # sp4804
      External Clutch Slave Cylinder by RhinoPac®. A worn and/or leaking slave cylinder may not allow the clutch to fully disengage, causing a soft pedal and difficult shifting. Restore crisp shifting feel to your vehicle with a RhinoPac...
      $11.55 - $169.75
    • Motorcraft® Auto Trans Filter Kit
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      # sp5408
      Auto Trans Filter Kit by Motorcraft®. Keep your vehicle's transmission in tip top condition with this product. Made of premium materials to resist fatigue failure, the Motorcraft automatic transmission filter kit prevents abrasives...
      $11.60 - $226.81
    • Dorman® Shifter Repair Circuit Board
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      # sp6789
      Shifter Repair Circuit Board by Dorman®. Save time, money and labor with Dorman’s Shift Interlock Solenoid. Now you can replace it without the expense and hassle of installing a complete shifter assembly.
    • Dorman® Transmission Oil Pan
      (1 reviews)
      # sp4139
      Transmission Oil Pan by Dorman®. Transmission Oil Pan Designed with a drain plug for easy service of the transmission fluid, Dorman’s Auto Transmission Oil Pan eliminates the hassle of having to loosen the pan for fluid changes.
      $14.75 - $82.23
    • RhinoPac® SR Series Clutch Kit
      (0 reviews)
      # sp4830
      SR Series Clutch Kit by RhinoPac®. Upgrade your vehicle to RhinoPac's SR Clutch Kit which features a unique combination of torque capacity, coefficient of friction, and clamp load characteristics engineered for vehicles that need...
      $138.78 - $798.10
    • RhinoPac® Premium Clutch Kit
      (4 reviews)
      # sp4808
      Premium Clutch Kit by RhinoPac®. Upgrade your vehicle to a RhinoPac Clutch Kit to get smooth clutch operation and precise shifting you expect from your car. Each part is precision engineered to ensure the extended service and...
      $66.69 - $1,309.19
    • RhinoPac® SE Clutch Kit
      (1 reviews)
      # sp4810
      SE Clutch Kit by RhinoPac®. If the clutch on your import vehicle is slipping, chattering, or dragging and shifting is difficult, replace it with a RhinoPac SE Clutch Kit. They’re designed to match the OEM clutch in both form and...
      $95.56 - $372.89
    • Dorman® Manual Transmission Shifter Repair Kit
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      # sp6783
      Manual Transmission Shifter Repair Kit by Dorman®. Dorman’s Manual Transmission Shifter Repair Kit provides a convenient repair solution, allowing replacement of just the failed shifter instead of replacing the entire shifter...
      $11.52 - $15.82
    • Dorman® Clutch Pilot Bushing
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      # sp4124
      Clutch Pilot Bushing by Dorman®. Dorman’s Clutch Pilot Bushing extends the life of the transmission and helps ensures smooth, reliable shift quality. Replacement recommended during clutch replacement.
      $3.13 - $32.07
    • Anchor® Transmission Mounts
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      # sp4687
      Transmission Mounts by Anchor®. A worn transmission mount can cause vibration and noise, and in extreme cases, driveshaft misalignment and U-joint failure. Manufactured using the latest CAD/CAM engineering process, the Anchor...
      $1.62 - $106.37
    • RhinoPac® Internal Clutch Slave Cylinder
      (0 reviews)
      # sp4805
      Internal Clutch Slave Cylinder by RhinoPac®. The concentric slave cylinder is mounted inside the bell housing, eliminating the need for the release fork and related hardware. The unique design provides precise release bearing...
      $28.39 - $245.31
    • Dorman® Clutch Hydraulic Hose
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      # sp4382
      Clutch Hydraulic Hose by Dorman®. Engineered from high-quality materials to ensure chemical and thermal resistance, Dorman’s Clutch Hydraulic Hose restores and maintains optimal clutch performance. New hose replacement is...
      $7.76 - $39.66

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    • Auto Repair Parts
      If you’ve decided it’s time to replace the clutch on your manual-transmission car, you’ve reached the point where advantages (crisp, new-feeling response) have come to outweigh disadvantages (significant labor costs or time spent doing it yourself). Whether you don’t have a choice because your old clutch slips badly, or you want to take initiative and upgrade your vehicle by sharpening performance off the line, you have high expectations about the finished result once high labor costs are paid or you’ve spent a lot of time and effort doing it yourself. You’re anticipating silky release and take-in of the clutch pedal, smooth running without harshness or vibrations, crisp shifts that chirp tires on pavement, and the fact that your vehicle feels brand new again. Knowing what’s important when a clutch job is being done can get you those results and save you money, because taking shortcuts usually yields disappointment.
    • Auto Repair Parts
      In this article we'll look at the differences between a "transaxle" and a "transmission". In short, a transaxle performs both the gear-changing function of a transmission and the power-splitting ability of an axle differential in one integrated unit. A transmission performs the gear-changing function only, delivering power via a single output shaft at the back of the unit. Although both perform gear shifts in the same fashion, there's often confusion about these two terms because the word "transmission" is sometimes used as a blanket description to include transaxles when it should not be.
    • Auto Repair Parts
      In this installment, we'll give you the steps for replacing the transmission fluid and fluid filter inside your vehicle's automatic transmission – saving you several hundred dollars by sparing you a visit to the shop. This maintenance procedure is a straightforward one, and it's important for the overall longevity of your transmission. The engineers that built your car tested it thoroughly, and they know more than anyone on earth does about its breaking points and how to keep mechanical components healthy, so following your vehicle manufacturer's recommended service intervals is essential. While draining a trans pan and refilling it only replaces one-half to two-thirds of your overall fluid (the rest remains inside the torque converter), don't let it diminish the importance of keeping your automatic trans fluid (ATF) fresh.

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