Question about 2001 Mini Cooper
Generally when two or more electrical features die at the same time a common element, such as a shared fuse, is at fault. Bear in mind that the fuse is there to protect, so when it goes something on the circuit is bad and the fuse will just keep blowing out until the bad component is fixed or removed from the circuit. So find the fuse, get some proper replacements, then install a new fuse making sure that all features on the fuse's circuit are turned off. Turn them on one at a time, when the fuse blows again you now know where your problem lies. You can replace that feature or just make a mental note to not use it anymore. Of course when you let someone else drive your car it will always come back with that fuse burnt out, a guy named Murphy wrote that law.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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