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Mini cooper r50 put radweld in and now cant clear air lock

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SOURCE: air vents

Unfortunately you have to take the dash trim off to get to the speedo trim which holds the middle air vents. very involved and can easily tear or scratch trim.

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a mini cooper and would like to put it up

Fill the gas tank and add fuel stabilizer to prevent condensation from forming in the tank. Run the engine so the stabilizer gets through the system, I add a small amount of marvel oil to fuel as well. Get an automatic battery tender and connect it to the battery (if you have available power) Change the engine oil (old oil has acids in it that are not good for the bearings). It is good to support the vehicle on cement blocks under the chassis to relieve pressure on the suspension but that is optional. If no power is available, remove the battery...there are systems that will eventually drain it if connected. Store the battery fully charged, in a place where it is not on a cement floor and is not brutally cold. Even with stabilizer, fuel will loose a lot of it's "punch" after 30 days so don't be upset if performance drops off for a while after getting it back on the road in Spring.

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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you will need to take part of the bottom of the dash away but you wont have to take it out completely.
not done this for a while but as I recall you can slide it out the side near the passenger footwell.
like I say it was a while ago when I done it so not fresh in my head.

look where the fan is see what access you have around it.

good luck

Posted on Jan 15, 2010

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SOURCE: MINI COOPER AIRBAG R50 AND R56

If you have a Mini that was buit pre 2006 i.e. a first gen Mini then your new steering wheel will not fit, you need to buy a 1st gen Mini 3 spoke steering wheel.

Akso, for issues regarding the airbag light DO NOT pay the dealer silly amounts of money to solve the problem. Please visit the following thread http://www.mini2.com/forum/first-generation-faults-fixes/130947-airbag-warning-light-petition-bmw-uk.html

Posted on Jul 14, 2010

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SOURCE: mini cooper leaking clear fluid. How to diagnose?

Is it possible that it's the A/C Condenser water dripping?

That is the only clear fluid I can think of in the min i.

rub some between your fingers and smell it... post your findings here and I can tell you more.. what does it feel like? Slippery, gritty etc.
What does it smell like? Sweet, oily etc.


I hope it's water... thats normal.

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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HEATER MATRIX


you will need to take part of the bottom of the dash away but you wont have to take it out completely.
not done this for a while but as I recall you can slide it out the side near the passenger footwell.
like I say it was a while ago when I done it so not fresh in my head.

look where the fan is see what access you have around it.

good luck

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