2006 Mini Cooper Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2006 Mini Cooper
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2006 Mini Cooper ProblemsClutch May Wear Prematurely
There are reports of premature clutch wear on cars equipped with manual transmissions. Clutch replacement on these vehicles can be quite costly.
Minis have an electric power steering pump that is prone to failure. When replacing the pump, our technicians advise inspecting the cooling fan because it is often the cause of the failure of the pump.
Failure of the automatic transmission is common. Even though the automatic transmission is advertised as "sealed for life," our technicians recommend the automatic transmission fluid be replaced every 30,000 miles with only the approved Mini/BMW fluid. Our technicians recommend thorough troubleshooting before replacing the transmission because programming procedures can affect how the transmission shifts and there is a special procedure to refill the transmission.
2006 Mini Cooper Questionstiming belt problems (1 answer)
how many mile should the car have to expect to have timing belt problems.
my cooper repair parts and service is very high and I only get 17 MPG even though I only have 36k miles on it. I am thinking of purchasing a 2006 Scion XA that has 109k miles on it. Is the Scion a more affordable and reliable car than the mini cooper?
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2006 Mini Cooper RecallsFront Passenger Air Bag May Not Deploy
The occupant detection mat sensor can malfunction, preventing the passenger side front air bag from deploying in a crash. Mini will replace the front passenger seat occupant detection mat free of charge to correct the concern.