Question about 2006 Mini Cooper
Manual or auto matic?
manual- clutch cylinder or clutch itself mayb linkages after coming loose of gear selector?
Posted on Jan 12, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Gear stick
Mini's have had problems in the past with the shift cables coming off or breaking. No worries: the only danger is that you will be stuck in the gear you where in when the cables break. No damage to the car will occur. You should check out the recall notices. Good luck
2002 Mini cvt owner
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
SOURCE: mini cooper s 2006
You probabily have an exhaust leak. Either that, or it is just fumes
being ignited within your exhaust pipes. Some popping is normal,
expecially if you have a custom exhaust.
Your dealership should be able to tell you what's wrong
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
Go to a Mini main dealership with proof that you own the vehicle. Also take along the servicing record. Using the VIN chassis number on the vehicle (and also in the service book) the dealer can look up the radio code for you but they may charge a fee. Most main dealers will give it to you for free if you ask nicely or are having any other work done on the car by them.
I'm puzzled by one thing though: a 2007 Cooper should still have been under the manufacturer's warranty, so a duff gearbox would be replaced by a Mini dealer. Part of the job would be to re-input the radio code. If this is what's happened and they couldn't provide you with the code I'd complain vociferously and get it fixed elsewhere in future.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
Please find below the full and complete steps after the "Step-up Ratio Adaptation" that may help you:
Don't gradually let off.
Allow the car to decelerate naturally and you will feel the ratio changing as it slows to nearly a stop. Do not use the brakes to stop.
You will probably have to repeat this speed up and slow down procedure at least two or three times until the x is no longer displayed. Each time you will notice that you are able to go faster. Make sure to get the rpms above 4500 each time.
2. Stop the car and repeat steps 2 and 3 of the Clutch Adaptation procedure to setup hot transmission clutch values in the computer.
3. Turn off the ignition switch completely.
Now you can start the car and drive normally. Do some aggressive driving and some normal driving to give the computer a wide range of values to work with.
If your display now shows E in front of the gear selection display, or the car never "shifted" to a higher ratio during the Step-up Ratio Adaptation, you have other problems.
Posted on Nov 14, 2013
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