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After the work you've done should have anything to do with the clock icon showing. That's an electrical or computer issue although I'm not to much up to date on Mini's. Check that there's no wires lose, shorting, or touching a metal object. Good luck

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30,000 miles on ALL Vehicles

I don't suggest flushing,some people do

If you want to chance having problems get
it flushed

You remove all the fluid it may just start to slip

You have to understand that fluid changes DO NOT FIX
A THING

The fluid removes heat & breaks down
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Spark Plugs at 60,000 miles

When you buy a used vehicle you lay it up for two weeks
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When should transmission and brake fluid be flushed ??


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What is required in the 90K & 105K services


Action: Description

Inspect Cooling system hoses
Torque Body Fasteners
Inspect Idle speed
Inspect Exhaust system heat shields
Inspect Fuel lines
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How often should I change the Transmission fluid, normal driving ? Thank you Gary


It's listed in your owner's manual. Schedule A is normal driving conditions.
SCHEDULE "A"
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Sounds like you have been talking to a very aggressive sales person!! Assuming the car is running halfway ok, & without seeing the condition of anything the most critical in terms of breakdown are:

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