2007 Mini Cooper Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2007 Mini Cooper

2007 Mini Cooper Problems

Clutch 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.

Electric Power Steering Pump May Fail

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.

Service Recommend for "Sealed For Life" Transmissions

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.

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2007 Mini Cooper Recalls

Tire Placard Lists Improper Tire Information

The tire placard may list the improper tire sizes and tire air pressure for the vehicle. Owners will be provided a corrected label to install on their vehicle on their own, or a dealership can help install it free of charge to resolve the concern.

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2007 Mini Cooper Reviews

I'm very happy with the car's overall performance and love the interior and body design.

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