Question about 2006 Mini Cooper
You should take to dealer and have them reset the radio as when power is loist it liocks the radio so it cant be used if stolen with out the unlock code for it. this is a theft system feature.
Posted on Jan 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is how i replace the coolant on minis. remove the lower splash shield and disconnect the lower radiator hose right off the radiator. when it stops draining, resecure the hose and clamp. next , ur going to have to refill and bleed the cooling system.i do this through the coolant resevroir. this is important, or else ur vehicle is going to overheat and boil over no matter if the system is full or not. there are 2 coolant bleeder valves. open both valves a little and fill the coolant system with the correct coolant. fill the coolant. fill the coolant till it begins to come out of the 2 valves . when coolant begins to come out through the valves slowly and steady with no air pockets , go ahead and close up both valves and run vehicle to normal operateing temps, make sure vehicle isnt overheating and u should be fine. u may have to repeat the procedure over again. once u do it once u remember how next time. ( the two bleeder valves are sort of hard to explain in words where they are, they arent hard to access ) u can turn them with a flathead screwdriver) they are usually black and plastic.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
this is something if you need to ask you need to leave to the professionals . not to be mean but that is your life you are playing with and one little air pocket in the line could cause you your life. buy the way it is a 2006 there really shouldn't be any reason you should need to change this yet.
any way take the cap off brake bleeder loose at the pass side rear and use a brake line bleeder kit to drain the fluid any refill the resivior as needed then do the driver rear bleeder then the pass front then the driver front
just rememver to never let the resivior get empty
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
Resetting the MINI Oil Indicator
If you do your own oil changes, this is a helpful tip to keep in mind. Typically, it is best to wait until your dealer maintenance service warranty expires, as an ‘owner’ reset could result in a missed oil change, particularly if the dealer checks the indicator it does not believe an oil change is due.
1. Locate the trip odometer button and depress and hold.
2. Insert the key into the ignition and partially turn into the first position.
3. Pay attention to the trip odometer to display the word ‘RESET’.
4. Release the trip odometer button, then press & hold it again.
5. The ‘RESET’ message will flash.
6. Release the button, and then press & release again (once only)
7. The service interval is now reset to 10,000 miles
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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