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Where is the fuse for the power steer motor on a Mini Cooper S?

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Under the hood on the left side is a fuse block. The power steering fuse is # FL4. More than likely, the power steering pump has quit. This model is know for this problem. I believe there is a replacement plan with the dealers, but check with them to make sure.

Posted on Nov 10, 2013

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check the power steering fluid if it is full then you would have to replace your power steering pump if not you might have a leak and if so get that fixed before you destroy your power steering pump.

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the pump is also a computer may need a new pump

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the power steering pump is located at rear engine under the exhaust manifold and the fan is fitted under the pump, the fan is easy to replace but the pump is a bit hard if you never done before.

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