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The Mercury Zephyr, a mid-size luxury sedan, was manufactured by the Ford Motor Company's Lincoln-Mercury Division, established post-WWII. Initially named Zephyr in 2006, it was renamed MKZ in 2007. Assembled in Detroit, Michigan, the Zephyr was highly acclaimed for its stellar performance, impressive comfort, and cost-effectiveness in comparison to pricier European counterparts. Sharing its platform with the Mercury Milan and Ford Fusion, the Zephyr adopted a front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout. It housed a V6 engine capable of producing 221hp, paired with a standard six-speed automatic transmission, albeit without a manual-shift mode. The Zephyr featured an extensive array of safety features, including standard four-wheel antilock disc brakes, traction control, and front-seat side airbags. The vehicle was available in a single trim level, which comprised standard and optional features. Standard components included 17-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, wood accents, dual-zone automatic climate control, cruise control, and keyless entry. Optional features encompassed DVD navigation, a power moon-roof, xenon HID headlights, and ventilated seats, among others. Transitioning to the MKZ, the model received various upgrades. Lauded by Edmunds experts for successfully merging traditional Lincoln luxury and style, the Zephyr, being robust, visually appealing, and reliable, ensures a gratifying riding experience for drivers and passengers alike, and performs excellently on various road types.

All OEM parts are precisely engineered to the original part's exact specifications. They've met stringent official quality control standards during manufacturing, so you can be sure that they're of top quality. is your ideal destination offering a large inventory of genuine Mercury Zephyr parts, including Roof, Back, Luggage Compartment & Tailgate, Body Front & Floor at unbeatable prices online. Rest assured knowing our OEM Mercury Zephyr parts are backed by the manufacturer's warranty, not to mention our hassle-free return policy and expedited delivery service. So why wait? Start your maintenance journey now!

Mercury Zephyr Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove and replace Brake Light Switch?
    A: To disconnect the negative battery cable, begin by removing the electrical wires from the switch located above the brake pedal near the pivot. Then, unclip the pushrod retainer and slide the switch, nylon washers, and pushrod away from the pedal. Next, slide the switch off the bracket. Finally, refit the brake light switch. Installation is the reverse of removal.
  • Q: What protects the electrical circuits of a Mercury Zephyr?
    A: Cars' electrical circuits are safeguarded by fuses, circuit breakers, and fusible links, located under the dashboard. Each fuse protects a specific circuit, identified on the panel. If an electrical component fails, first check its fuse, identifiable by a broken metal element if blown. Use plastic fuse pullers for removal and installation, and ensure the correct amperage rating for each circuit. Bypassing a fuse can damage the system. If a new fuse fails immediately, locate and fix the cause, typically a short circuit, before replacement.