Question about 2003 Mini Cooper
Please try to get the car in the fan test mode and you need to
1) Turning the key to position 2 (running position)
2) Holding both Auto buttons for >10 seconds
3) Holding the REST button for 5 seconds.
When you scroll to 20 the value is never 10 and is usually either 3.2 or 21.3.
Hold the REST button for 5 sec. Use AUTO to scroll.
10. Blower Control Voltage: 6.0V
11. Emission Sensor: 2.4V
12. Sun Sensor: 4.1V
20. Control Current for Auxiliary Fan: 3.2mA
21. Engine Speed: 44 or 4,400rpm
22. Vehicle Speed: 0 (Car must be moving to show a reading)
23. Terminal 58d: 32 or 32%
24. Battery Voltage: 13.3V
This isn't like the old cars, where the auxiliary fan used a simple switch. The ECT signal comes from the instrument panel.
Perhaps your pushbutton unit is bad.
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