Mini CLUBMAN - 2009 Fuse Box Diagram

Mini CLUBMAN - 2009 Fuse Box Diagram

Under the bonnet
106
Important parts of the engine compartment
1
Battery, under the cover
125
2
Engine oil dipstick
106
3
Engine oil filler neck
107
4
Coolant expansion tank
107
5
Reservoir for washer fluid for the headlamp
and window washer system
45
6
Engine compartment fuse box
123
Engine oil
The engine oil consumption is dependent on
driving style and driving conditions.
Checking engine oil level
1.
With the vehicle's engine at normal operat-
ing temperature, i.e. after uninterrupted
driving for at least 6 miles/10 km, park the
vehicle on a level surface.
2.
Switch off the engine.
3.
Pull the dipstick out after approx. 5 minutes
and wipe it off with a lint-free cloth, paper
towel or similar material.
4.
Carefully push the dipstick all the way into
the guide tube and pull it out again.
The oil level should be between the two
marks on the dipstick.
The oil quantity corresponding to the difference
between the two marks on the dipstick is 1 US
quart/1 liter.
Do not fill beyond the upper mark on the
dipstick. Excess oil will damage the
engine.
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REFERENCE
AT A GLANCE
CONTROLS
DRIVING TIPS
MOBILITY
123
Tightening the lug bolts
Tighten the lug bolts in a diagonal pattern.
Immediately have the wheels checked
with a calibrated torque wrench to ensure
that the lug bolts are firmly seated. Otherwise,
incorrectly tightened lug bolts can present a
safety hazard.
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Tightening torque: 103.3 lb ft or 140 Nm.
Replace the defective tire as soon as possible
and have the new wheel/tire assembly bal-
anced.
Vehicle battery
Have any work on the battery, including
battery replacement, carried out only by a
MINI Dealer or a workshop that has specially
trained personnel working in accordance with
the specifications of the MINI manufacturer.
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Battery care
The battery is 100% maintenance-free, the
electrolyte will last for the life of the battery
when the vehicle is operated in a temperate cli-
mate.
Charging the battery
Only charge the battery in the vehicle when the
engine is off. Connections, refer to Jump starting
on page
125
.
Disposal
After replacing old batteries, return the
used batteries to your MINI Dealer or to a
recycling point. Maintain the battery in an
upright position for transport and storage.
Always secure the battery against tipping over
during transport.
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Power failure
After a temporary power loss, some equipment
may not be fully functional and may require ini-
tialization. Individual settings are also lost and
must be reprogrammed:
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Time and date
These values must be updated, page
54
.
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Radio
Stations must be stored again, refer to the
separate Owner's Manual for Radio.
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Glass sunroof, electric
It may only be possible to raise the sunroof,
if applicable. The system must be initialized.
Contact your nearest MINI Dealer.
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.
Have the fuse changed only by a MINI Dealer or
a workshop that has specially trained personnel
working in accordance with the specifications of
the MINI manufacturer.
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A fuse allocation diagram is located on the inside
of the fuse box cover panels.
In the engine compartment
Opening the cover
Press the latch.
REFERENCE
AT A GLANCE
CONTROLS
DRIVING TIPS
MOBILITY
149
Engine
– breaking in
84
– data
142
– overheated, refer to Coolant
temperature
48
– speed
142
– starting
39
– starting, convenient
access
25
– switching off
39
Engine compartment
106
Engine coolant, refer to
Coolant
107
Engine oil
– adding
107
– additives, refer to Approved
engine oils
107
– approved engine oils
107
– capacity
107
– checking level
106
– dipstick
106
– intervals between changes,
refer to Service
requirements
53
– MINI Maintenance
System
109
Engine oil level, checking
106
Engine output, refer to Engine
data
142
Engine starting, refer to
Starting the engine
39
Error messages, refer to Check
Control
55
ESP Electronic Stability
Program, refer to Dynamic
Stability Control DSC
58
Event data recorders
110
Exhaust system, refer to Hot
exhaust system
84
Exterior mirrors
33
– adjusting
33
– automatic heating
33
– folding in and out
33
External audio device
79
External care
111
Eyes
– for tow-starting and towing
away
126
– for tying down loads
89
F
Failure messages, refer to
Check Control
55
Failure of an electrical
consumer
123
Fasten safety belts reminder,
refer to Seat belt
reminder
32
Fastening safety belts, refer to
Safety belts
32
Filter
– microfilter for air
conditioner
74
– microfilter/activated-
charcoal filter for automatic
climate control
76
Fine wood, care
113
First aid pouch
125
Fixture for remote control,
refer to Ignition lock
38
Flash when locking/
unlocking
20
Flat tire
– Run-Flat Tires
103
– Tire Pressure Monitor TPM
62
Flat Tire Monitor FTM
60
– indicating a flat tire
61
– initializing the system
60
– malfunction
61
– snow chains
60
– system limits
60
Flat tires, refer to Tire
condition
102
Floor mats, care
113
Floor plate, see Level load
floor
87
Fog lamps
– replacing bulb
117
,
119
Folding rear seat backrest
86
Footbrake, refer to Braking
safely
85
Footwell lamps
70
For your own safety
4
Front airbags
65
Front fog lamps
70
– indicator lamp
129
– replacing bulb
117
Front seat adjustment
29
Frost on windows, refer to
Defrosting windows
74
,
76
FTM, refer to Flat Tire
Monitor
60
Fuel
95
– gauge
49
– high-quality brands
95
– quality
95
– specifications
95
– tank capacity
144
Fuel clock, refer to Fuel
gauge
49
Fuel display, refer to Fuel
gauge
49
Fuel filler door
94
– releasing in the event of
electrical malfunction
94
Fuses
123
G
Garage door opener, refer to
Integrated universal remote
control
77
Gasoline
– refer to Average
consumption
49
Gasoline display, refer to Fuel
gauge
49
Gasoline, refer to Required
fuel
95
Gear indicator
– automatic transmission with
Steptronic
40
Gear shifting
– automatic transmission
41
– manual transmission
40
Gearshift lever
– automatic transmission with
Steptronic
41
– manual transmission
40
General driving notes
84