Electrical System Problems of Mini Cooper S
Mini Cooper S owners have reported 76 electrical system related problems since 1996. Table 1 demonstrates the 17 most common electrical system problems. The number one most common problem is linked to the vehicle's electrical system (36 problems). The second most common problem is linked to the vehicle's battery (8 problems).
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electrical System problems||36|
|Car Will Not Start problems||3|
|Trunk Wiring problems||2|
|Battery Cable problems||2|
|Battery Dead problems||2|
|Instrument Panel problems||2|
|Electrical Failure problems||2|
|Fuses And Circuit Breaker problems||2|
|O2 Sensor problems||1|
|Underhood Wiring problems||1|
|Dash Wiring problems||1|
Recently reported Electrical System problems of Mini Cooper S
The Electrical System problem
The vehicle identification number (VIN) is WMWRE33506_. On my 2006 Mini Cooper S coupe, the passenger airbag off sensor light on the roof came on as well as the airbag sensor light in the center console indicating that the passenger seat could not detect the weight of a person in the passenger seat Read details...
The Battery problem
The vehicle involved is a 2005 Mini Cooper S. Earlier in the day I took the car on a day trip to lake tahoe driving a combination of interstate and mountain pass road. 3 hours later, my wife had taken the car to run an errand and came home and parked the car in the garage completely off and locked. Read details...
The Wiring problem
The car involved is a 2006 Mini Cooper S. Traveling on highway at 70mph and instrument panel lights up, speeds drops to maximum 30mph creating unsafe driving condition. First occurrence March 2012 was diagnosed as failed "throttle body", second occurrence in July 2012 was diagnosed as Read details...
The Car Will Not Start problem
The vehicle is a 2008 Mini Cooper S. Car will not start, leaving you stranded. Pushing in clutch then start button, and nothing. First time was 5 weeks ago, towed to dealer, did tests, found no problem. Happened again on 4/23/2009, giggled dead man switch on clutch pedal and then started. Read details...
The Ignition problem
The vehicle was a 2005 Mini Cooper S. The VIN of this vehicle is WMWRE33595_. Defect initially occurred at night time in rush hour traffic: dash-lights went out, turn indicator not functional, heater blower stopped working (causing fogging of windshield/windows), air bag lights went on, seat belt Read details...