20 Most Recent 2006 BMW Mini Questions & Answers


Hi
There is a lose wiring connection.

Either check your wire or get an auto-electrician to check the wires

2006 BMW Mini | Answered on Feb 06, 2018


P1787 AUTO box ecu failure
P1698 Bipolar stepper motor short circuit

It can also mean that you must carry out an auto-box relear procedure
Try this and get back to us :-

BMW MINI P1698 and P1787

Mini Cooper Transmission Relearn Procedure


If the gear selection display on your Mini Cooper has an x before the gear selected,

like xP or xD or xR, then you need to run this procedure.

The usual cause of this is a dead or disconnected battery for a long period of time.

First make sure you have a good battery that will hold a charge or fix the charging

system problem.

Get the car someplace where you will be able to drive for a mile or two without

interruption on a fairly level road.

Follow ALL steps and don't skip anything.

Clutch Adaptation

1. Begin with a cold engine and start the car. Shift to N for 10 seconds, then shift

to D for 10 seconds.
Shift to P. Display says xP.

2. Repeat the following ten times. Shift to N for 3 seconds, then shift to D for 3

seconds.
Shift to P. Display says xP.

3. Repeat the following ten times. Shift to N for 3 seconds, then shift to R for 3

seconds.
Shift to P. Display says xP.

Step-up Ratio Adaptation

1. Accelerate vehicle to a speed greater than 80 km/h. Don't be afraid to go above

the redline on the tach for a few seconds. At this point the car may buck and snort

a little as it tries to get into a higher ratio. As soon as it settles into a higher

gear and the revs are above 4500, rpm let off the accelerator quickly. Don

2006 BMW Mini | Answered on Nov 14, 2013


Check harnesses connections at/from module and dashboard backside panel.

2006 BMW Mini | Answered on Aug 10, 2012


FLASHER device need toi be replaced; check it fuse panel.

2006 BMW Mini | Answered on Jun 23, 2011


Check the fuse first. Maybe one of the bulbs get in a shortcircuit and the fuse blow up. It's very less probable to be the flash unit wrong.

2006 BMW Mini | Answered on Jan 27, 2011


Use the stalk and go to "CHECK CONTROL". When you select that it will tell you what the warning is for (Use the scrool button on the stalk to get to "CHECK CONTROL", then press the left side button to select it).

2006 BMW Mini | Answered on Dec 23, 2010


sir/madame.. it is obviously, that your engine has mechanical problem or damage. try to check it with your nearest car services.

2006 BMW Mini | Answered on Dec 19, 2010


hmmm... looks like ur HAZARD switch or ur ALARM is going!

try to remove the hazard switch or the relay and the fuse, in ur FUSE BOX, to make them stop for the meantime untill u could have a mechanic look at the problem in ur wiring system!


hope that stops evrything!

2006 BMW Mini | Answered on Dec 03, 2010


Who fitted the pump?

If the pump was fitted wrong it may have air in the pipes, it might need bleeding through, alternatively the fault could be the power steering rack and not the pump.

Hope this helps,
Regards
Dan

2006 BMW Mini | Answered on Nov 07, 2010

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