Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Mercury Quicksilver 8m0074845(821400a2)analog Trim Sending Unit Kit 30-115hp? on

US $46.95

Rock Island, Illinois, United States

Rock Island, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Brand:Mercury Manufacturer Part Number:8M0074845

New NOS Quicksilver trim sender analog kit # 8M0074845 fits newer 4strokes 30-60hp, 90-115hp EFI and OPTIMAX . This is not for SmartCraft. Please check Mercury's website to see if this sending unit kit fits your model engine.This sender is the one that SS# 821400A2( only difference is the 8M0074845 has the ground wire that goes under the hood and grounds through the wire harness) that is NLA from Mercury.Check out pics any questions please ask. 

Video: Jaguar's Wayne Burgess and his design credos

Tue, 26 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Jaguar production studio director Wayne Burgess discusses his design credos and offers advice to aspiring car designers in a video from our friends at Jalopnik. He describes his design process as "creating order from chaos", channeling a burst of eclectic ideas down into a simple, pure form. "Design is an iterative process where it's all about throwing it out there, getting a load pinned up to a board and then looking to see what is working best.

Theory test fee to fall

Mon, 23 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700

LEARNER drivers will have to fork out less for their theory tests - saving would-be motorists around £100 million over the next decade. The cost of a theory test is being slashed by 25% in October, taking the cost down from £31 to £25, and with a further drop of £2 lined up for October next year. Theory test fees for motorbikes and other vehicles are also set to be cut, a spokesman said.

Public Says No To Motorway Go Slow Plans

Wed, 12 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700

IT’S A BIG ‘no’ from the motoring public on the subject of lowering motorway speed limits, according to a survey conducted by car supermarket firm Motorpoint. In light of recent proposals to reduce to 60mph the speed limit on a 34-mile section of the M1 spanning Derbyshire and South Yorkshire due to pollution concerns, the web-based survey found 78.1 per cent of drivers opposed such measures. Over 4,100 people participated in the poll on the company’s website –