Mini Cooper S Clubman Repair and Maintenance

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

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Mini Cooper S Clubman Questions

There's a yellow circle with exclamation point coming up when I start the car... (1 answer)

It beeps too -

At random my clubman has a rough start, sputtering and spitting before it starts (1 answer)

Random problem. I just had spark plugs and ignition coils replaced. It had 9 error codes in computer but it still spits and sputters with engine light going on and off before it finally engages. The mechanic says it's because its old. I disagree, car has only 48,000 miles. Now what

What does code CC-ID 031 mean? (1 answer)

I got in the car and engine light was on and a code reading CC-ID 031 comes up and have lost top end power. I have mechanical skills just need to know what the code is as I recently purchased the car and have no diagnostic reader yet.

Thanks Gary

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Mini Cooper S Clubman Recalls

Auxiliary Water Pump May Catch Fire

The electrical circuit board in the auxiliary water pump can malfunction and overheat. The circuit board may smolder, which could result in a fire. Dealers will replace the auxiliary water pump to correct this concern.

Vehicles Were Assembled with Incorrect Speedometer

Seventy-five vehicles were recalled because they were assembled with a European specification tachometer that uses brake-system warning lights and symbols that do not meet U.S. requirements. In the event of an ABS system problem, only the outer circle of the symbol illuminates, not the ABS letters. As such, the driver may be unaware that there is a problem with the ABS, increasing the risk of a crash. All vehicles involved in the recall have been repaired.

Potential Braking Failure Due to Incorrect Front Brake Rotors

560 vehicles may have been filled with the incorrect front brake rotors (16" rotors instead of 17"). Under certain driving conditions, this could result in reduced braking performance, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect the front brake rotors and pads and replace them as necessary. The recall is expected to begin by October 16, 2008.

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