Question about 2004 Mini Cooper
Please find the internal diagram of the driver side power door lock.
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In my mind, cold making it worse would indicate that the actuator is bad. Think about it. Cold makes everything contract thus making more friction. When you use the key fob or the switch, you hit it until you hear it lock. The auto lock is a short signal sent to the actuator and evidently the actuator is weak or binding slightly causing the actuator to not fully lock the door. *shrug* That's just my opinion though.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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