ASE Certified Mercury Transmission Repairs
Serving SE Portland and Clackamas OR
Transmissions – CV Joints – Clutches
Performance Upgrades – Transfer Cases and Much More!!!
As Ford’s mid-luxury brand, the Mercury badge was used on everything in Ford’s stable: The Capri name alone was used on versions of European Fords, Mazda’s and Mustangs. Fortunately, no matter what mechanicals may have been used in your car, River City Transmissions can handle anything needed to fix the drivetrain in your Mercury from clutch replacement to electronics troubleshooting.
What Issues Can be Resolved When I Bring in My Mercury for Transmission Repair?
Mercury clutch replacement needs to be done for the same reasons it’s needed on any other manual transmission car: no matter how gentle you are, the clutch material will wear down over time, reducing grip. Leaking hydraulic systems, broken cables, and misadjusted linkages can all mimic the problems of a bad clutch, so bringing in your Mercury for clutch replacement may bring to light a different issue entirely. Even if the clutch is working correctly, the synchro’s and forks that engage the gears can wear out, making it hard to shift.
Automatic transmissions use a torque converter to connect the engine to the transmission, and a combination of servos, fluid pressure, sensors and clutch bands to shift. Just like a manual, these components can wear out over time even with perfect maintenance. If you own a Grand Marquis built in the last 20 years, it’s almost guaranteed that your transmission will have problems with shuddering; usually this can be addressed with a filter and fluid change, but it can be a sign of a larger problem. River City Transmissions also repairs systems related to the transmission including electronics, driveshaft’s and shift levers, so we can address your car’s drivetrain problem no matter where it may be.
Get Your Mercury Transmission Repair Done Right at River City Transmissions
When you bring your Mercury in for transmission repair at River City Transmissions, you’ll know it will be fixed right the first time. Before we begin work, we’ll do a complete inspection, letting you know exactly what the problem is and what it will take to fix, free of charge. We have over 25 years of experience and ASE certification, so we know what it will take to get your car working again.