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How much does Mercury Commuter repair and maintenance cost?

The cost depends on your car, the type of service, and where you live. Here are estimates for a selection of Mercury Commuter services.

Service Estimate Dealer Estimate Your Savings Location
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1965 Mercury Commuter V8-7.0L Estimate $96 Dealer Estimate $135 Savings 28.74% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1962 Mercury Commuter V8-6.6L Estimate $96 Dealer Estimate $135 Savings 28.74% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1967 Mercury Commuter V8-6.4L Estimate $93 Dealer Estimate $143 Savings 34.91% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1962 Mercury Commuter L6-3.6L Estimate $93 Dealer Estimate $143 Savings 34.91% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1964 Mercury Commuter V8-7.0L Estimate $93 Dealer Estimate $143 Savings 34.91% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1963 Mercury Commuter V8-6.6L Estimate $96 Dealer Estimate $135 Savings 28.74% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1961 Mercury Commuter L6-3.6L Estimate $96 Dealer Estimate $135 Savings 28.74% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1968 Mercury Commuter V8-6.4L Estimate $93 Dealer Estimate $143 Savings 34.91% Location Denver, CO

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Answers to common Mercury Commuter questions

Q: Stalling at Idle
Answered by Jay
There can be many reasons for an engine to stall. Since the Check Engine Light is on I would start with scanning the computer for codes and moving forward with a diagnosis from there. You may have a vacuum leak...
Q: Noise from front driver's side.
Answered by James
Without hearing the noise it will be hard to make an accurate diagnosis of the cause but there are several things that can be done to eliminate or highlight possible causes. First is determining the type of noise and conditions...
Q: When I try to accelerate it won't get up to speed and acts as if it's not getting enough gas. I changed my fuel filter and still nothing.
Answered by Jeff
This sounds like you may be having a fuel delivery problem which us usually a result of the motor starving for fuel causing a lack of acceleration as you describe. This may be can be caused by many different things...
Q: Oil pressure drops too low and then when I start the drive it goes back up to normal 2002 Mercury Mountaineer
Answered by David
Hello - low oil pressure (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/is-it-safe-to-drive-with-the-oil-light-on) at a hot idle is a normal indicator of worn engine bearings in a high-mileage engine. Since the oil light turns off when you accelerate indicates the oil pump is pumping more than 5...

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