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PBR
2007 Mercury Mariner Drum Brake Shoe PBR

P311-306CCA8    New

Qty:
$34.19
PBR Drum Brake Shoe
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: PBR
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2007 - Mercury Mariner
PBR
2006 Mercury Mariner Drum Brake Shoe PBR

P311-306CCA8    New

Qty:
$34.19
PBR Drum Brake Shoe
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • From 10/03/05
Brand: PBR
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2006 - Mercury Mariner
PBR
2006 Mercury Mariner Drum Brake Shoe PBR

P311-306CCA8    New

Qty:
$34.19
PBR Drum Brake Shoe
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • To 10/03/05
Brand: PBR
This Product is Eligible for Free Ground Shipping
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2006 - Mercury Mariner
Motorcraft
2008 Mercury Mariner Drum Brake Shoe Motorcraft

P311-395FCC2    New

Qty:
$81.42
Motorcraft Drum Brake Shoe
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Motorcraft
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2008 - Mercury Mariner
Bendix
1999 Mercury Villager Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-1BBB345    New

Qty:
$36.11
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1999 - Mercury Villager Rear
Bendix
2002 Mercury Sable Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-38F1944    New

Qty:
$41.52
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • Except police taxi NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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2002 - Mercury Sable Sedan Rear
Bendix
2002 Mercury Sable Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-38F1944    New

Qty:
$41.52
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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2002 - Mercury Sable Sedan Rear
Monroe
1993 Mercury Sable Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Monroe

P311-2057F9A    New

Qty:
$21.54
Monroe Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • with 8.86 x 1.50 Brakes
  • Monroe Brakes Monroe Drum Brake Shoes
  • Product Attributes:
    • Max Year Covered: 2007
    • Min Year Covered: 1988
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Ford Taurus
    • Most Popular Year: 2003
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 2557235
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
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1993 - Mercury Sable Rear
Monroe
1993 Mercury Villager Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Monroe

P311-15CC1C6    New

Qty:
$25.71
Monroe Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • with 9.84 x 2.17 Brakes; PN is Riveted
  • Monroe Brakes Monroe Drum Brake Shoes
  • Product Attributes:
    • Max Year Covered: 2003
    • Min Year Covered: 1993
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Ford Windstar
    • Most Popular Year: 2000
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 1070315
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
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1993 - Mercury Villager Rear
Monroe
1992 Mercury Sable Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Monroe

P311-2057F9A    New

Qty:
$21.54
Monroe Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • with 8.86 x 1.50 Brakes; From 3/15/92
  • Monroe Brakes Monroe Drum Brake Shoes
  • Product Attributes:
    • Max Year Covered: 2007
    • Min Year Covered: 1988
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Ford Taurus
    • Most Popular Year: 2003
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 2557235
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
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1992 - Mercury Sable Rear
Bendix
1987 Mercury Colony Park Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-5EFC304    New

Qty:
$34.31
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • 11-1/32 x 2-1/4 Drum Brakes NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1987 - Mercury Colony Park Rear
Bendix
1999 Mercury Tracer Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-03DB9B0    New

Qty:
$26.43
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1999 - Mercury Tracer Rear
Bendix
1986 Mercury Grand Marquis Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-5EFC304    New

Qty:
$34.31
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • CANADA Front disc brake NEW BRAKE SHOE POLICE Rear drum brake 11 x 2 1/4 VARIABLE VENTURI
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1986 - Mercury Grand Marquis Rear
Bendix
1979 Mercury Grand Marquis Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-5EFC304    New

Qty:
$34.31
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • Front disc brake NEW BRAKE SHOE Rear drum brake 11 x 2 1/4
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1979 - Mercury Grand Marquis Rear
Bendix
1987 Mercury Grand Marquis Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-5EFC304    New

Qty:
$34.31
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1987 - Mercury Grand Marquis Rear
Bendix
1988 Mercury Colony Park Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-5EFC304    New

Qty:
$34.31
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • NEW BRAKE SHOE With 11 rear brakes
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
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1988 - Mercury Colony Park Rear
Bendix
1987 Mercury Colony Park Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-5EFC304    New

Qty:
$34.31
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • 11-1/32 x 2-1/4 Drum Brakes Limited Inventory NEW BRAKE SHOE
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1987 - Mercury Colony Park Rear
Bendix
1986 Mercury Grand Marquis Drum Brake Shoe - Rear Bendix

P311-5EFC304    New

Qty:
$34.31
Bendix Drum Brake Shoe  Rear
  • CANADA Front disc brake Limited Inventory NEW BRAKE SHOE POLICE Rear drum brake 11 x 2 1/4 VARIABLE VENTURI
  • Relined
Brand: Bendix
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1986 - Mercury Grand Marquis Rear

Latest Mercury Repair and Brake Shoe Installation Advice

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Rear Drum Brakes / 97 Mercury Mystique

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Question From blt on Rear Drum Brakes / 97 Mercury Mystique

I'm changing brake shoes on a 1997 Mercury Mystique with 14 inch drums with 39,000 miles. I pulled one wheel first, and noticed the rear facing shoe was very thin compared to the thicker forward shoe. Assuming there was unequal wear, I purched Wagner-Thermo Quiet replacements. Much to my surprise, the Wagners are the same. Thick forward shoe and thin rear shoe. My Ford/Mercury service manual says to replace shoes if they measure less than .125 inch and makes no mention of different shoe thickness....

The new Wagner rear facing shoe measures .136 inch, barely 10 thousanths over the minimum?

1. Is this some weird drum shoe design from the 90's? Every shoe I've ever replaced had equal thickness shoes, so who knows about this vintage car and it's brake design?

2. Is there a specific brake tool (part number) to remove the springs? All my brake spring removal toools used for my vans have no possible use with this design. Grabbing with pliers doesn't look like it would work either and possibly damage the springs.

BLT

Response From blt Top Rated Answer

I'm partially answering my own post. I called Wagner and their minumum thickness for the shoe is .030 inch so it appears The existing shoes are well above the minimum specs.

Still need to know about the brake spring tool for this car and if this shoe design is commonly used?

Thanks,
BLT

Response From Hammer Time

They make a tool but a large screwdriver usually works fine.

'96 Tracer Trio Catalytic converter and rear brake issues.

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Question From Guest on '96 Tracer Trio Catalytic converter and rear brake issues.

Ok I have a '96 Mercury Tracer Trio with a 1.9L 4 cylinder manual transmission with about 160,000 miles on it. I have 2 questions regarding this car.

Question 1) My rear brakes/emergency brake has been sticking on my car...I had a mechanic change the rear brakes at his house and when he went to put the new ones on he could not get them in...he said that the emergency brake was sticking...what parts are needed to repair the rear brakes/sticking emergency brake?

Question 2) Can anyone tell me the easiest way to remove a catalytic converter from this car being a front mount converter? I cant drive the car as its not running and I think the catalytic converter is clogged and need to replace it...but dont know how to get it off seeing as i cant get to the bolts on the top half of the converter. Please if you can tell me how to get it off and if possible a diagram would be nice.

Thanks...i really need to get this stuff fixed.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Heart; This is just a guess, but...As the rear brake shoes wear, and if not properly adjusted, the emergency brake will at some point no longer hold. Someone may have adjusted the ebrake to 'take up the slack'. If this is the case, you'll need to de-adjust the ebrake, replace the rear shoes, adjust them properly, then re-adjust the ebrake if needed. E brake cables can, and do, rust inside the cable housing, especially if this in an automatic transmission and the ebrake isn't used everyday. If this is the case, you can try spraying the cable housing with penetrant, but to be honest is usually futile, and may end up having to replace the cable(s). With this said, I'm assuming that you have drum brakes in the rear. If you have disc brakes in the rear, the pistons must be turned clockwise and depressed at the same time. (there is a special tool made for this procedure).
As far as the catalytic converter goes, I've never seen one plugged so badly that it would keep the engine from starting. Severe loss of power, yes. You can't 'just remove it'. If it's plugged, and I'd want to be darned sure, you'll have to replace it.

Response From Guest

Well the catalytic converter isnt the reason its not running exactly...it will start and everything but because it is plugged up it blew out the 3rd cylinder spark plug to relieve the pressue so i have to get a heli coil to put a new plug in to start it. I was wondering if anyone had a diagram or could explain the easiest way to get to the bolts on the catalytic converter to remove it that way i can check it. Thanks

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Heart; I seriously doubt that the plug 'blowing out' is the fault of the cat. But, it sounds like you are determined to find out.. You can remove the oxygen sensor from the exhaust which will relieve any backpressure. It will be noisy, but will answer your question. Leave the sensor plugged into it's electrical connector. You may still cause a check engine light and trouble code. If it runs will full power with the sensor out, you are probably right. You can also check for excessive backpressure with a vacuum guage. Connect a vacuum guage to a manifold vacuum source. Take a reading at idle, then raise the rpm to 2500 and take another reading. The vacuum at 2500 should be as great, or greater than it was at idle. If lower, then you have a restricted exhaust. A better test is a pressure guage that you can connect to the exhaust where the oxygen sensor was. Any reading above 2psi is not good. (restricted exhaust).
There may be a heat shield covering the bolts holding the cat. to the exhaust manifold. If you remove it, you should be able to see, or feel, the bolts holding it.

Response From Guest

i can see the bolts but i cant get to them due to the small space around the cat. i dont know if anyone has any experience with this car or not to tell the easiest way.

Response From Sidom

My best suggestion is to listen to Loren, he is telling 2 of the best ways to test a cat/exhaust system.