Mini HARDTOP 2 DOOR - 2003 Fuse Box Diagram

Mini HARDTOP 2 DOOR - 2003 Fuse Box Diagram

CONTENTS
4
In the engine compartment:
Bonnet
91
Engine compartment – MINI COOPER
92
Engine compartment – MINI COOPER S
93
Washer fluid
94
Engine oil
94
Coolant
96
Brake fluid
97
Maintenance and care:
MINI Maintenance System
98
Caring for your vehicle
99
Vehicle immobilization
101
Laws and regulations:
OBD socket
102
Technical modifications
103
California Proposition 65 warning
103
Owner service procedures
Replacement procedures:
On-board tool kit
106
Windshield wiper blades
106
Lamps and bulbs
107
Repairing a flat tire
112
Changing tires –
MINI with space-saver spare tire
112
Flat tire –
Run Flat tires
116
MINI Mobility System
118
Battery
122
Fuses
123
Giving and receiving assistance:
Warning triangle
124
First-aid kit
124
Jump-starting
124
Towing
126
Technical data
Engine data
130
Dimensions
131
Weights
132
Capacities
133
123
OVERVIEW
REPAIRS
OPERATION
CONTROLS
DATA
INDEX
FUSES
If an electrical device fails, switch it off and
check the fuse.
Plastic tweezers that you can use to pull
fuses out of their sockets can be found in
the fuse box in the vehicle interior, see next
column.
In the engine compartment
In the MINI COOPER on the right next to the
battery.
In the MINI COOPER S on the right next to
the air filter box.
Open the cover panel of the fuse box. 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.
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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EVERYTHING FROM A TO Z
139
OVERVIEW
REPAIRS
OPERATION
CONTROLS
DATA
INDEX
Fuel gauge
58
Fuses
123
G
Gas display, see
Fuel gauge
58
Gasoline
83
Gear display
51
Continuously Variable
automatic Transmission
(CVT)
51
General driving notes
81
Glove compartment
73
Glove compartment lamps
bulb replacement
111
Grills
69
,
72
H
Handbrake
47
Hazard warning flashers
12
Head airbags
40
Head restraints
37
Headlamp cleaning
system
55
,
94
filling
94
Headlamp flasher
52
Headlamps
cleaning
55
,
99
lamp replacement
107
Heated
outside rear view mirror
39
rear window
68
,
71
seats
36
windshield
68
,
71
windshield washer jets
55
Heater
67
outside rear view mirror
39
windshield
68
Heating
rear window
68
seats
36
Heavy cargo
75
Height
131
Hex wrench
118
High beams
18
,
52
,
107
High Performance
Synthetic Oil
96
recommended grades of
oil
96
Horn
12
Hub cap remover
112
,
118
Hydroplaning
81
I
Ignition
45
Ignition key
22
Ignition key position,
see Ignition
45
Illuminated vanity mirror
39
Imitation leather
100
Imprint
2
Index
2
Indicator lamps
15
Individual air distribution
72
Inflation pressure
85
INSPECTION
60
Instrument cluster, see Display
elements
13
Instrument lighting
53
Instrument panel
12
Interface socket
for Onboard
Diagnostics
102
Interior lamps
53
bulb replacement
110
Interior mirror
automatic dimming
39
Interior motion sensor
31
,
32
Interior protection
turning off
25
,
32
Interior rearview mirror
39
Interlock
45
Interval
operation, wipers
54
Interval display, service
98
J
Jack
112
Jump-starting
124
K
Keys
22
multifunction steering
wheel
19
Kickdown
50
L
Lamp replacement
headlamps
107
high beams
107
low beams
107
parking lamp
107
Lamps
52
backup lamps
109
brake lamps
109
,
110
cargo area lamps
111
daytime driving lamps
52
fog lamps
53
footwell lamps
111
front fog lamps
108
glove compartment
111
high beams
107
instrument lighting
53
interior lamps
53
,
110
license plate lamp
110
low beams
52
,
107
parking lamps
52
,
108
reading lamps
53
,
110
rear fog lamp
109
standing lamps
52
,
108
tail lamp
109