Question about 2006 Mini Cooper
This is something if you need to ask you need to leave to the professionals . not to be mean but that is your life you are playing with and one little air pocket in the line could cause you your life. buy the way it is a 2006 there really shouldn't be any reason you should need to change this yet.
any way take the cap off brake bleeder loose at the pass side rear and use a brake line bleeder kit to drain the fluid any refill the resivior as needed then do the driver rear bleeder then the pass front then the driver front
just rememver to never let the resivior get empty
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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