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Where is the battery in a Mini Cooper S?

Where is the battery in a Mini Cooper S?

For any other MINI Cooper and for newer MINI Cooper S models, the battery location is under the hood on the driver’s side, near the rear of the engine compartment.

How do I check my Mini Cooper battery?

Find the battery: With the engine and all the electronic features off in the car, open the hood, find the battery, and look for its terminals. The positive terminal is typically red and the negative terminal is black. They may also have a plus (for positive) and minus (for negative) sign on them.

How do you jumpstart a 2006 Mini Cooper S?

Mini Cooper 2001-2006: How to Jump Start Battery

  1. Step 1 – Locate batteries and park cars. Locate the batteries and then park both cars so that the jumper cables can reach.
  2. Step 2 – Connect the jumper cables.
  3. Step 3 – Start the support car and let it run a while.
  4. Step 4 – Start your car.

Where is the battery located in a Mini Cooper?

With that done, finding your battery in the Mini is a cinch, pop open the boot and pull back the false floor. Your Mini’s battery is located in the rear floor pan, where your spare tire would be on most other vehicles.

Where can I get a Mini Cooper battery tender?

The trickle charger I like to use in all of my cars is the Battery Tender, available for $40-$60 at PelicanParts.com. (R50 Cooper) Shown here is the battery box for the R50 Cooper which is located under the hood. (R50 Cooper) Pull the weather-stripping off the top edge of the battery box cover as shown here (green arrow).

Can you jump start a Mini Cooper battery?

If you need to jump start your battery, then you should refer to the section in your MINI’s owner’s manual. The procedure is very straightforward and very similar to other cars. After you disconnect your battery, the DME computer will lose some of its history memory used for adapting the fuel injection system.

Why is my Mini Cooper battery not working?

At one time or another, everyone may have problems starting their MINI. The first place to look for trouble in your starting system is your battery. The battery is perhaps the most important electrical component on the car, and due to its design and nature, is perhaps one of the most troublesome.