Mini HARDTOP 2 DOOR - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

Mini HARDTOP 2 DOOR - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

CONTENTS
4
In the engine compartment:
Bonnet
95
Engine compartment: MINI COOPER
96
Engine compartment: MINI COOPER S
97
Washer fluid
98
Engine oil
98
Coolant
100
Brake fluid
101
Maintenance and care:
MINI Maintenance System
102
Caring for your vehicle
103
Vehicle storage
105
Laws and regulations:
OBD socket
106
California Proposition 65 warning
107
OWNER SERVICE PROCEDURES
Replacement procedures:
Onboard tool kit
110
Windshield wiper blades
110
Lamps and bulbs
111
Repairing a flat tire
116
Changing tires: MINI with space-saver
spare tire
117
MINI Mobility System
121
Battery
124
Fuses
125
Giving and receiving assistance:
Jump-starting
126
Towing
128
TECHNICAL DATA
Engine data
132
Dimensions
133
Weights
134
Capacities
135
125
OVERVIEW
REPAIRS
OPERATION
CONTROLS
DATA
INDEX
FUSES
Do not attempt to repair a blown fuse
or replace it with a fuse of a different
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 fuse blows a second time, have
the cause of the damage 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 can be found in the fuse
box in the vehicle interior, refer to next col-
umn.
In the engine compartment
In the MINI COOPER to the right of the bat-
tery.
In the MINI COOPER S to the right of the air
filter 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 cover panel of the fuse box. To do
so, press the fastener.
EVERYTHING FROM A TO Z
141
OVERVIEW
REPAIRS
OPERATION
CONTROLS
DATA
INDEX
Electrical malfunction
door lock
25
driver's door
25
glass sunroof, electric
30
tailgate
27
transmission lock for
Continuously Variable
automatic Transmission
(CVT)
47
Electronic Brake Force
Distribution (EBD)
61
indicator lamp
16
Electronic Stability Program
(ESP), refer to
Dynamic Stability Control
(DSC)
60
Electronic transmission control
module
47
Emergency operation, refer to
Manual operation
driver's door
25
glass sunroof, electric
30
tailgate
27
Engine
break-in procedures
82
data
132
electronics
17
indicator lamp
17
speed
54
starting
41
switching off
43
Engine compartment
MINI COOPER
96
MINI COOPER S
97
Engine coolant
100
Engine data
132
Engine oil
98
alternative oils
99
capacity
135
indicator/warning lamp
15
recommended oils
99
Engine oil level
98
indicator/warning lamp
15
Engine oil pressure
indicator/warning lamp
15
Engine output, refer to Engine
data
132
Engine speed, refer to Engine
data
132
Entry to the rear
34
EP electronic transmission
control module
Continuously Variable
automatic Transmission
(CVT)
47
Equipment and features, refer
to Service and Warranty
Information Booklet for US
models, Warranty and
Service Guide Booklet for
Canadian models
ESP Electronic Stability
Program, refer to
Dynamic Stability Control
(DSC)
60
Exhaust system, refer to
High temperatures
83
Exterior mirrors
36
Eyelet, towing
128
F
Failure of an electrical
consumer
125
Fasten safety belts
35
indicator lamp
16
Filling canister, refer to MINI
Mobility System
122
Filling hose, refer to MINI
Mobility System
122
Filter, refer to
Microfilter/activated-
charcoal filter
72
Flat tire
Flat Tire Monitor
62
,
63
indicator/warning lamp
16
MINI Mobility System
121
Run Flat tires
93
space-saver spare tire
117
tire condition
91
Flat Tire Monitor
62
indicator lamp
16
,
17
initializing
62
Floor coverings and carpets
104
Floor mat
104
Fog lamps
49
bulb replacement
113
indicator lamp
49
Foldable rear backrest
75
'Follow me home' lamps
48
Foot brake, refer to Driving
notes
83
Footwell lamps
50
bulb replacement
116
Front airbags
65
Fuel
average consumption
58
gauge
54
,
55
mixture preparation, refer to
Engine data
132
quality
85
volume, refer to
Capacities
135
Fuel filler cap
unlocking in the event of
electrical malfunction
84
Fuel tank capacity, refer to
Capacities
135
Fuses
125
G
Gas cap
84
Gasoline gauge, refer to Fuel
gauge
54
,
55