Mini HARDTOP 2 DOOR - 2006 Fuse Box Diagram

Mini HARDTOP 2 DOOR - 2006 Fuse Box Diagram

CONTENTS
4
In the engine compartment:
Bonnet
111
Engine compartment:
MINI COOPER and
MINI COOPER Convertible
112
MINI COOPER S and
MINI COOPER S Convertible
113
Engine oil
114
Coolant
115
Brake system
117
Maintenance and care:
MINI Maintenance System
118
Socket for Onboard Diagnostics
OBD
119
Caring for your vehicle
119
Vehicle storage
122
OWNER SERVICE PROCEDURES
Replacement procedures:
Onboard tool kit
126
Wiper blades
126
Lamps and bulbs
127
Repairing a flat tire
131
Space-saver spare tire
131
Changing tires
133
MINI Mobility System
135
Vehicle battery
138
Fuses
139
Giving and receiving assistance:
Jump-starting
140
Towing and tow-starting
141
TECHNICAL DATA
Engine data
146
Dimensions:
MINI
147
MINI Convertible
148
Weights:
MINI
149
MINI Convertible
150
Capacities
151
139
OVERVIEW
REPAIRS
OPERATION
CONTROLS
DATA
INDEX
FUSES
Do not attempt to repair a blown
fuse or replace it with a fuse of a dif-
ferent color or Ampere rating. To do this
could cause a fire in the vehicle resulting
from a circuit overload.
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If a second fuse blows in the same cir-
cuit, have the cause rectified by your
MINI Dealer.
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A fuse allocation diagram is located on the
inside of the fuse box cover panel.
Plastic tweezers and spare fuses can be
found in the fuse box in the vehicle interior.
In the engine compartment
In the MINI COOPER and the MINI COOPER
Convertible to the right of the battery.
In the MINI COOPER S and the MINI COO-
PER S Convertible to the right of the air fil-
ter box.
Open the fuse box lid. To do so, press the
clip fastener.
In the vehicle interior
On the left side of the footwell in the side
trim panel.
Open the fuse box lid. To do so, press the
fastener.
EVERYTHING FROM A TO Z
158
Fuel filler door
99
unlocking in the event of
electrical malfunction
100
Fuel tank capacity
151
Fuses
139
G
Garage door opener, refer to
Integrated universal remote
control
86
Gas, refer to Average
consumption
70
Gas, refer to Fuel quality
99
Gasoline gauge, refer to Fuel
gauge
66
,
67
Gasoline, refer to Fuel
quality
99
Gear indicator, for automatic
transmission with
Steptronic
57
Gear shifts, automatic
transmission with
Steptronic
56
Gearshift lever
automatic transmission with
Steptronic
56
manual transmission
55
General driving notes
96
Glass sunroof, electric
33
convenience operation
27
opening and closing in the
event of an electrical
malfunction
34
remote control
26
Glove compartment
84
Gross weight, refer to
Weights
149
,
150
H
Handbrake, refer to Parking
brake
54
Hazard warning flashers
12
Head airbags
75
Head restraints
44
Headlamp flasher
60
indicator lamp
19
Headlamp washer reservoir
63
capacity, refer to
Capacities
151
Headlamp washer system
cleaning headlamps
63
washer fluid
63
Headlamps
bulb replacement
128
care
120
Heated mirrors
48
Heated rear window
air conditioning system
79
automatic climate control
82
Heating
78
exterior mirrors
48
rear window
79
,
82
seats
47
windshield
79
,
82
Heavy load, refer to Loading
92
Height adjustment
seats
43
steering wheel
47
Height, refer to
Dimensions
147
,
148
High beams
60
bulb replacement
128
headlamp flasher
60
indicator lamp
19
High Performance Synthetic
Oil, refer to Engine oil
115
capacity
151
recommended oils
115
specified oils
115
Holders for beverages
85
Horn
12
Hot exhaust system
98
Hydraulic brake
117
Hydroplaning
97
I
Ignition
53
Ignition key
24
Ignition key positions, refer to
Ignition lock
53
Ignition lock
53
Illuminated vanity mirror
48
Imitation leather
120
Imprint
2
Index
154
Indicator and warning lamps,
overview
16
Indicator/warning lamp
airbags
76
ASC
72
brakes
117
coolant temperature
67
DSC
72
fasten safety belts
46
Flat Tire Monitor
74
fog lamps
61
reserve fuel capacity
66
,
67
Individual air distribution
83
Individual settings, refer to
Vehicle Memory
49
Inflation pressure monitor,
refer to Flat Tire Monitor
73
Inflation pressure, refer to Tire
inflation pressure
101
Inspection
68
Instrument cluster, refer to
Display elements
13
Instrument lighting
61
Instrument panel, refer to
Cockpit
12