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How to remove a 2006 mini cooper rear bumper - 2004 Mini Cooper

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If you have removed the front bumper then there were holes in the metal bumper the size of baseballs on either side. Just to the outside of these holes and behind on the core support is where the horns are suppose to be. Your outside temp gauge should be the longest wire on the drivers side that comes through the metal and attaches to the inside of the plastic bumper.

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Should be able to "Pop" case open, case is tightly sealed with o-ring

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SOURCE: how do i change bumper fog lights on my 03 mini

Turn the wheel so that the wheel well you're accessing is pointed in. Then carefully unscrew the clips that hold the front side of the inner fender liner on. You don't need to remove them all. Bend the liner back and you'll see the back of the bulb. (it may be wires that are visible, or it may have a cap depending on the model) All you need to do is twist the cap to get to the bulb, or twist the bulb and it will come out


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SOURCE: 2006 Mini Cooper S - tire conversion

You are right about the quality of ride,and would probably notice better handling as well.However when selecting new tires you need to awnser 3 basic questions.Where do you live?,what type of driver are you?And of course, what is your price range.If you live where you get snow and ice your going to need all-season tires.If you dont have to worry about that I would go with summer tires.They tend to offer better grip and ride and are also cheper.The down side is they tend to wear quicker.As far as brand,if money isnt an object go with bridgestone,michelin,or goodyear.If it is there are many good tires for less,check out sites like tirerack.com and you can read customer reviews.Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: 2006 Mini Cooper S temperature gauge in red zone

Bad head gasket or cracked head

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If you have removed the front bumper then there were holes in the metal bumper the size of baseballs on either side. Just to the outside of these holes and behind on the core support is where the horns are suppose to be. Your outside temp gauge should be the longest wire on the drivers side that comes through the metal and attaches to the inside of the plastic bumper.

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