Question about Mini Cooper S
You first want to check that you have the proper level of coolant. The air blowing over the engine as you drive faster speeds is enough to help cool the engine, however at stop the heat just lingers around the engine. If the coolant is slightly low I would expect to see this. Coolant is also what is used to heat the car, so if it was low it also make sense that you may get gaps in heating the cabin. Hopefully the coolant is just low and this is an easy fix.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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