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Gear stick My Mini Cooper has a really loose gear stick - should I be worried ?

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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


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Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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