The idler arm of your Mercury partners with the pitman arm in linking the steering box to the hub assemblies and center links to make sure that the wheels could easily shift when you direct the vehicle. If you notice bad steering results and lack of control over your auto, you would need to repair the Mercury idler arm. Inspect the steering linkage of your ride and confirm if the hardware pieces are worn or if the arm has to be lubed up.
The idler arm of your Mercury is more prone to break than the pitman arm and many other steering links, considering the the pivot from the arm's rod. You will know that the Mercury idler arm needs to be repaired if your auto leans to the ride or left once the vehicle drives over a knob. Hard steering and front-end shimmy may be blamed on a faulty idler arm. For your peace of mind, you'd better replace this steering part of your Mercury in case you're repairing a worn pitman arm to ensure improved vehicle performance.
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