Question about 2003 Mini Cooper
This car has not been started for about 3 weeks. It has sat outside in Chicago. The battery is new and when I tried to jump start the car it just clicked when I turned the key. All the other electric systems worked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's freezing everywhere today!
I don't know if you can access it, but the positive side of the battery is normally connected to the starter or the solenoid terminal sometimes locate atop the starter.
You can also charge, but not jump, your battery via the cigarette lighter. I wouldn't go over 4-5 amps charge current in case the circuit is fused.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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.
Posted on May 28, 2009
Could be the steering column. I had mine replaced under warranty for the same issue. This is a known problem for first generation MINI's. Talk to your dealer for a replacement.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
If it's oem xenon than it should be 2 lamps. Because they had only xenon on the low beam (d2r type), however begin with changing the high beam. That one is inexpensive, so you could check if there are no other problems (like wiring).
Just open your hood and it should be clear how to open the cover for your high beam.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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Keep in mind there are TWO seperate headlight bulbs for each side. One above the other. The first one you see is the highbeam. Look above it for the other rubber boot, its square. That houses the low beam bulb.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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