2013 Mini Cooper Countryman TSBs

2013 Mini Cooper Countryman

196 Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs)

TSB List for the 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman

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STEERING

  • TSB #M320213

    NHTSA ID #10149503

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Retrofit John Cooper Works Steering Wheel Gearshift Paddles. A number of these vehicles were inadvertently produced without the standard gearshift paddles. Vehicle option ordering error

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  • TSB #M320113

    NHTSA ID #10149465

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Noise from Steering Column when Turning or Adjusting Height. A squeaking noise is heard from the area around the steering column when turning or adjusting its height. CAUSE Material contact between the upper steering column bearing inner ra

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SUSPENSION

  • TSB #M320213

    NHTSA ID #10149503

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Retrofit John Cooper Works Steering Wheel Gearshift Paddles. A number of these vehicles were inadvertently produced without the standard gearshift paddles. Vehicle option ordering error

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SUSPENSION:FRONT:WHEEL BEARING

  • TSB #M330212

    NHTSA ID #10149330

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Cracking or Popping Noise from Rear Axle. A cracking or popping noise is heard from the rear axle during take-offs or during load reversal. CAUSE Rear axle nut incorrectly torqued

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  • TSB #M310312

    NHTSA ID #10149329

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Cracking or Popping Noise from Front Axle. A cracking or popping noise is heard from the front axle during take-offs or during load reversal CAUSE Front axle nut not correctly torqued

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SUSPENSION:REAR

  • TSB #M330112

    NHTSA ID #10150400

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Adjusting Rear Camber. Rear camber cannot be adjusted properly. CAUSE Repair instructions not followed properly

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BRAKES (PWS)

  • TSB #M340313

    NHTSA ID #10152335

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Brake Fluid Maintenance Service: 36-Month Interval. The CBS displays the first brake fluid service as a 36-month interval from the date of production, instead of the appropriate 24-month interval. Only vehicles within the specified producti

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  • TSB #M340113

    NHTSA ID #10147642

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "SI M34 01 13January 2015 BrakesTechnical Service This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI 34 01 13 dated May 2014. designates changes to this revision SUBJECT Erroneous ""Service due"" Message Although Brake Lining Thickness is Abov

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  • TSB #M340112

    NHTSA ID #10149331

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: ABS/DSC Control During Light Braking. When driving slowly over uneven road surfaces, there may sometimes be pre-mature ABS application relative to the driving situation with the brake lightly applied. Software in the Dynamic Stability Contr

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SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC

  • TSB #M340113

    NHTSA ID #10148349

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Erroneous "Service due" Message Although Brake Lining Thickness is Above Minimum Specification. The yellow "Service Due" warning message lights up in the instrument cluster, even though the brake pad thickness is more than 4.2mm (above the

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  • TSB #M340113

    NHTSA ID #10150205

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "?SI M34 01 13 November 2013 BrakesTechnical Service This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI 34 01 13 dated October 2013. designates changes to this revision SUBJECT Erroneous ""Service due"" Message Though Brake Lining Thickness S

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  • TSB #M340113

    NHTSA ID #10150306

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Erroneous ""Service due"" Message Though Brake Lining Thickness Sufficient. The CBS data calculated for the remaining distance of the front and/or rear brake pads does not agree with the actual brake pad thickness. The yellow brake lining

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  • TSB #M340113

    NHTSA ID #10149332

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Erroneous "Service due" Message Though Brake Lining Thickness Sufficient. The CBS data calculated for the remaining distance of the front and/or rear brake pads does not agree with the actual brake pad thickness. The yellow brake lining ser

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ENGINE (PWS)

  • TSB #M010817

    NHTSA ID #10159154

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2019
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16 ENGINE IGNITION COILS: LIMITED WARRANTY EXTENSION TO 10 YEARS/120000 MILES This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M01 08 17 dated February 2018.

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  • TSB #M110815

    NHTSA ID #10147906

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Surface Cracks on the Water Pump Drive Pulley. During a repair, service or inspection, the drive pulley on the water pump shows signs of cracking. No part replacement is necessary unless there is another issue found that will be corrected b

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  • TSB #M120915

    NHTSA ID #10147223

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Intermittent Poor Throttle Response at High Ambient Temperatures. The engine throttle response from a stop can intermittently be sluggish when the outside ambient temperatures are higher. Additionally, this can be more noticeable when the f

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  • TSB #12 09 15

    NHTSA ID #10059114

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: FAULTY SOFTWARE FOR THE TANK VENTILATION CONTROL DISPLAYS ENGINE THROTTLE REACTION WHEN TEMPERATURE IS HIGH OUTSIDE, AND MORE OBVIOUS IF THE TANK IS ONLY PARTLY FILLED. *MA

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  • TSB #N-14-05-09

    NHTSA ID #10057380

    • Date Announced: MAY 22 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: SEE DOCUMENT SEARCH BUTTON FOR OWNER LETTER. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR TIMING CHAIN OF VARIOUS MINI. *PE

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  • TSB #M120115

    NHTSA ID #10147697

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Engine Misfire Due to Failed Ignition Coil. ? The Check Engine or Service Engine Soon (MIL) lamp is on with misfire fault(s) stored in the DME. ? Intermittent performance or rough running without a relevant DME fault stored The most likely

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  • TSB #M170115

    NHTSA ID #10147700

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Engine Cranks, No Start and/or Engine Coolant Temperature Faults. 1 The engine either exhibits a crank, no start or a hard start (long crank), usually on a cold engine. No faults are stored in the DME. Proceed to Correction 1 for further d

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  • TSB #M-120115

    NHTSA ID #10058506

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: FAILED IGNITION COIL CAUSES ENGINE MISFIRE. HIGH TEMPERATURES DURING OPERATION CAUSES DIFFERENT MATERIALS USED IN THE IGNITION COIL CAN DETERIORATE OVER TIME *CN

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  • TSB #M110112

    NHTSA ID #10147108

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: SI M11 01 12February 2015 EngineTechnical Service This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M11 01 12 dated March 2014. designates changes to this revision SUBJECT N16 and N18 Engine: Engine Oil Leak. The customer states that a small

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  • TSB #M110414

    NHTSA ID #10148441

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16 Engine: Oil Leak from Cylinder Head Sealing Plug. An oil leak can develop at a sealing plug located in the cylinder head, just below the vacuum pump. The sealing plug was not tightened sufficiently during production.

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  • TSB #M110414

    NHTSA ID #10148391

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16 Engine: Oil Leak from Cylinder Head Sealing Plug. An oil leak can develop at a sealing plug located in the cylinder head, just below the vacuum pump. CAUSE The sealing plug was not tightened sufficiently during production.

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  • TSB #M120214

    NHTSA ID #10148347

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N18: Service Engine Soon Lamp (MIL) May Come On at High Altitude. The Service Engine Soon lamp (MIL) is illuminated and engine power output is reduced. This could only occur only in areas high above sea level (greater than 5,000 feet) and m

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  • TSB #M110112

    NHTSA ID #10148293

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16 and N18 Engine Oil Leak. The customer states that a small engine oil leak can be seen from the underside of the engine. CAUSE The internal sealing of the oil pump volume control solenoid valve is compromised, allowing engine oil to leak

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  • TSB #M130114

    NHTSA ID #10147960

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "N14 and N18 Engine: High-pressure Pump Repair Instruction. INFORMATION The current version of ISTA/D Repair Instruction 13 51 017, ""Removing and installing or replacing high-pressure pump (N14, N18)"" has a procedure error. The current ve

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  • TSB #SIM-11-01-12

    NHTSA ID #10044680

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: ON CERTAIN MODEL VEHICLES, AN ENGINE OIL LEAK MAY OCCUR, DUE TO THE COMPROMISED OIL PUMP VOLUME CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE, FROM THE UNDERSIDE OF ENGINE. NO MODEL YEARS LISTED. *PE UPDATED 4/19/2013. *KB UPDATED 3/11/14.

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  • TSB #M120114

    NHTSA ID #10147958

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16: Fault 274D Mixture Adaptation Is Stored in the DME. Certain low speed, light-load driving conditions at lower outside temperatures could cause the Service Engine Soon lamp (MIL) to illuminate. The following fault would be stored in the

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  • TSB #M110112

    NHTSA ID #10147956

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "N16 and N18 Engine Oil Leak. The customer states that a small engine oil leak can be seen from the underside of the engine. CAUSE The internal sealing of the oil pump volume control solenoid valve is compromised, allowing engine oil to lea

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  • TSB #SIM-12-01-13

    NHTSA ID #10054629

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: DUE TO AN UNFAVORABLE KNOCK SENSOR, DURING THE WINTER MONTHS, IN AREAS OF EXTREME COLD CLIMATE CONDITIONS, THE SERVICE ENGINE SOON LAMP WILL ILLUMINATE, WHILE ENGINE IS INCREASING TO FULL TEMPERATURE OPERATION. MODELS R55 COOPER CLU

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  • TSB #SI M-12-03-13

    NHTSA ID #10053607

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: SOME VEHICLES WOULD EXPERIENCE SERVICE ENGINE SOON LAMP ILLUMINATION OF RAIL PRESSURE SENSOR. MODELS 2012 AND UP R55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61. *PE

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  • TSB #M110112

    NHTSA ID #10150087

    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: The customer states that a small engine oil leak can be seen from the underside of the engine. CAUSE The internal sealing of the oil pump volume control solenoid valve is compromised, allowing engine oil to leak from the oil pump volume con

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  • TSB #M110309

    NHTSA ID #10149621

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Whistling Noise from the Water Pump Area. A whistling or squealing noise is heard from the engine at idle and/or at higher engine speeds. CAUSE 1. Noise is caused by the water pump. 2. Noise is caused by the friction wheel of the belt tensi

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  • TSB #M110112

    NHTSA ID #10149500

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Engine Oil Leak. The customer states that a small engine oil leak can be seen from the underside of the engine. CAUSE The internal sealing of the oil pump volume control solenoid valve is compromised, allowing engine oil to leak from the oi

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  • TSB #M120212

    NHTSA ID #10149502

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: SI M12 02 12 Engine Electrical Systems April 2013 Technical Service . After reprogramming the vehicle to integration level R056-11-11-503 (ISTA/P P45.1.3.0) or higher, one of the following fault codes are stored in the DME fault memory: Veh

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  • TSB #M110112

    NHTSA ID #10149323

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Engine Oil Leak. The customer states that a small engine oil leak can be seen from the underside of the engine. CAUSE The internal sealing of the oil pump volume control solenoid valve is compromised, allowing engine oil to leak from the oi

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  • TSB #SIM-11-03-12

    NHTSA ID #10044699

    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: WHEN RESEALING ENGINE OIL PAN, ENGINE OIL PAN GASKET REPLACEMENT SHOULD NO LONGER BE USED DUE TO CAUSING SEALING FLANGE BECOMING DEFORMED. MODELS R55, R56, R59, R60, R57, AND R58. NO MODEL YEARS LISTED. *PE

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ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING

  • TSB #M010218

    NHTSA ID #10160298

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2019
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N18 THERMOSTAT WITH THERMOSTAT HOUSING: LIMITED WARRANTY EXTENSION TO 10 YEARS/ This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M01 02 18 dated May 2018.

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  • TSB #M170213

    NHTSA ID #10146802

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Service Action: Retrofit of Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine temperat

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  • TSB #BMWDEC0116

    NHTSA ID #10146796

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Update MINI Water Pump Class Action Settlement: Herremans v. BMW of North America, LLC. MINI USA, a division of BMW of North America, LLC (""MINI USA"") has entered into a nationwide settlement with the plaintiffs in the above referenced c

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  • TSB #M011216

    NHTSA ID #10146799

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "ENGINE MECHANICAL WATER (COOLANT) PUMP: LIMITED WARRANTY EXTENSION TO 7 YEARS/84,000 MILES. INFORMATION As part of a Class Action Suit Settlement for the vehicles listed above (""Class Vehicles""), MINI USA, a division of BMW of North Amer

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  • TSB #M640215

    NHTSA ID #10147800

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: The Blower Motor is Faulty. The blower motor does not operate at any fan speed. The blower motor may work intermittently with the blower fan speed operating only on FULL speed. CAUSE The blower motor is faulty and causes the blower resistor

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  • TSB #M170115

    NHTSA ID #10147700

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Engine Cranks, No Start and/or Engine Coolant Temperature Faults. 1 The engine either exhibits a crank, no start or a hard start (long crank), usually on a cold engine. No faults are stored in the DME. Proceed to Correction 1 for further d

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  • TSB #M170912

    NHTSA ID #10148150

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor which is integrated into the thermostat housing (not replaceable). This corrosion leads to internal br

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  • TSB #M170812

    NHTSA ID #10148149

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor which is integrated into the thermostat housing (not replaceable). This corrosion leads to internal br

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  • TSB #M120113

    NHTSA ID #10150203

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16 Engine: FC 2D9B Knock Sensor, Signal Is Stored in the DME. Certain areas of the US experience extremely cold climate conditions during the winter months, which can cause the Service Engine Soon lamp to illuminate while the engine temper

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  • TSB #M170512

    NHTSA ID #10152362

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine temp

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  • TSB #SI M-12-03-13

    NHTSA ID #10053607

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: SOME VEHICLES WOULD EXPERIENCE SERVICE ENGINE SOON LAMP ILLUMINATION OF RAIL PRESSURE SENSOR. MODELS 2012 AND UP R55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61. *PE

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  • TSB #M170213

    NHTSA ID #10150088

    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "PERFORM THE PROCEDURE OUTLINED IN THIS SERVICE INFORMATION ON ALL AFFECTED VEHICLES BEFORE CUSTOMER DELIVERY OR THE NEXT TIME THEY ARE IN THE SHOP FOR MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS. SUBJECT Service Action: Retrofit of Engine Coolant Temperature S

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  • TSB #M110113

    NHTSA ID #10149501

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Replace the Coolant Pump. Coolant is leaking from the coolant pump. CAUSE The coolant pump may develop cracks in the plastic housing. These cracks may result in a coolant leak.

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  • TSB #M120113

    NHTSA ID #10149464

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "N16 Engine: FC 2D9B Knock Sensor, Signal Is Stored in the DME. Certain areas of the US experience extremely cold climate conditions during the winter months, which can cause the Service Engine Soon lamp to illuminate while the engine tempe

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  • TSB #M650113

    NHTSA ID #10149468

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: CHAMP2: Integrated Cooling Fan Is Noisy Intermittently. INFORMATION Do not replace parts and do not perform a repair attempt! Explain to the customer that this only happens at high ambient temperatures, which keep the fan running after the

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  • TSB #M170812

    NHTSA ID #10149326

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine tempe

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  • TSB #M170912

    NHTSA ID #10149327

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine tempe

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  • TSB #M170712

    NHTSA ID #10149325

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine tempe

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  • TSB #M170412

    NHTSA ID #10150397

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine temp

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  • TSB #M170512

    NHTSA ID #10150398

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine temp

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  • TSB #M170612

    NHTSA ID #10150399

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine temp

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  • TSB #M110612

    NHTSA ID #10150347

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: During Engine Oil Service a Small O-Ring Is Found in the Oil Filter Housing. No customer complaint has been received. During the scheduled engine oil service, the technician notices a black rubber o-ring lying on the bottom of the engine oi

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  • TSB #M170412

    NHTSA ID #10150349

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine temp

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  • TSB #M170512

    NHTSA ID #10150350

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine temp

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  • TSB #M170812

    NHTSA ID #10150353

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine temp

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  • TSB #M170612

    NHTSA ID #10150351

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine temp

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  • TSB #M170712

    NHTSA ID #10150352

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Service Action: Retrofit of the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor. Internal corrosion could form in the engine coolant temperature sensor. This corrosion leads to internal bridging of the contacts, which can cause an inaccurate engine temp

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ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINE:TURBO-CHARGER

  • TSB #SIM-11-10-14

    NHTSA ID #10057570

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: SOME VEHICLES HAVE TURBOCHARGER NOISE AND A LACK OR LOSS OF PERFORMANCE, DUE TO RESTRICTION OF TURBOCHARGER OIL SUPPLY, RESULTING IN OIL STARVATION AND SEIZING OF TURBOCHARGER ASSEMBLY. MODEL ALL. *PE

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ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:DIESEL

  • TSB #M210114

    NHTSA ID #10148206

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Dual Mass Flywheel: Diagnosis and Inspection. INFORMATION The following three criteria must to be checked, evaluated and the resulting findings documented on the repair order prior to replacing a dual-mass flywheel as defective: 1. Total ro

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ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:OTHER FUEL TYPES:TURBO-CHARGER

  • TSB #SIM-11-10-14

    NHTSA ID #10057570

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: SOME VEHICLES HAVE TURBOCHARGER NOISE AND A LACK OR LOSS OF PERFORMANCE, DUE TO RESTRICTION OF TURBOCHARGER OIL SUPPLY, RESULTING IN OIL STARVATION AND SEIZING OF TURBOCHARGER ASSEMBLY. MODEL ALL. *PE

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ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:COOLING SYSTEM:FAN

  • TSB #SIM-65-01-13

    NHTSA ID #10051919

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: INTEGRATED COOLING FAN IS NOISY INTERMITTENTLY. THIS NOISE MAY BE MORE NOTICEABLE AFTER THE IGNITION IS TURNED OFF. MODELS R55, R56, R57, R58, R59, AND R60. *KB

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ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEM

  • TSB #M120114

    NHTSA ID #10148346

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16: Fault 274D Mixture Adaptation Is Stored in the DME. Certain low speed, light-load driving conditions at lower outside temperatures could cause the Service Engine Soon lamp (MIL) to illuminate. The following fault would be stored in the

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FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE

  • TSB #M120915

    NHTSA ID #10147223

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Intermittent Poor Throttle Response at High Ambient Temperatures. The engine throttle response from a stop can intermittently be sluggish when the outside ambient temperatures are higher. Additionally, this can be more noticeable when the f

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  • TSB #M130115

    NHTSA ID #10147699

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N18:MINI Fuel Additive. INFORMATION Because carbon deposit buildup is related to fuel quality, it is not considered a defect in the vehicle's materials or workmanship. Consequently, the use of MINI Fuel Additive as outlined in this bulletin

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  • TSB #M130114

    NHTSA ID #10147960

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "N14 and N18 Engine: High-pressure Pump Repair Instruction. INFORMATION The current version of ISTA/D Repair Instruction 13 51 017, ""Removing and installing or replacing high-pressure pump (N14, N18)"" has a procedure error. The current ve

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  • TSB #M130113

    NHTSA ID #10150238

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "N14 and N18 Engine: High-pressure Pump Repair Instruction. INFORMATION The current version of ISTA/D Repair Instruction 13 51 017, ""Removing and installing or replacing high-pressure pump (N14, N18)"" has a procedure error. The current ve

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FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:STORAGE:AUXILLARY TANK

  • TSB #M010417

    NHTSA ID #10149265

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "N18 FUEL TANK PURGE/BREATHER/VENT VALVE: LIMITED WARRANTY EXTENSION TO 10 YEARS/120,000 MILES. INFORMATION For the above-referenced vehicles, MINI USA, a division of BMW of North America, LLC (""MINI USA"") is extending the limited warran

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POWER TRAIN

  • TSB #M230108

    NHTSA ID #10152680

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 01 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "MANUAL TRANSMISSION - STIFF DIAGONAL GEARSHIFT LEVER MOVEMENT. The customer may complain of a ""stiff diagonal shift"" (e.g., N-R, R-N, 2-3/3-2 or 4-5/5-4). Also, in some cases, gears cannot be selected, or the selector gear does not go in

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  • TSB #M240118

    NHTSA ID #10134994

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 01 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: AISIN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISISON: RIGHT SIDE OUTPUT SHAFT SEAL REPLACEMENT

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  • TSB #M210114

    NHTSA ID #10148206

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Dual Mass Flywheel: Diagnosis and Inspection. INFORMATION The following three criteria must to be checked, evaluated and the resulting findings documented on the repair order prior to replacing a dual-mass flywheel as defective: 1. Total ro

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  • TSB #M210113

    NHTSA ID #10150145

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Clutch Is Slipping or Grabbing. The customer states that the clutch is slipping or grabbing.

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POWER TRAIN:AXLE ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #SIM-31-03-12

    NHTSA ID #10051915

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: POPPING OR CRACKING NOISE IS HEARD COMING FROM THE FROT AXLE DURING TAKE OFF OR DURING LOAD REVERSAL. MODEL R60. *KB

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

  • TSB #M010817

    NHTSA ID #10159154

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2019
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16 ENGINE IGNITION COILS: LIMITED WARRANTY EXTENSION TO 10 YEARS/120000 MILES This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M01 08 17 dated February 2018.

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  • TSB #M651016

    NHTSA ID #10146981

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "USB DEVICE IS NOT DETECTED BY CHAMP2 HEAD UNIT. Media connected to the USB connector is not recognized by the audio system. Playback of files from the media is not possible. Message displayed on the audio system display: ""Title cannot be

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  • TSB #M650916

    NHTSA ID #10146930

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: No sound from the radio, telephone, gong signal and or PDC. Poor radio reception and failure of the telematics systems. Possible Check Control system message: Battery discharge when engine off, Caution, no acoustic warning signals. CAUSE No

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  • TSB #M010616

    NHTSA ID #10147573

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: FOOTWELL MODULE: LIMITED WARRANTY EXTENSION TO 8 YEARS/125,000 MILES. When performing ISTA/D diagnosis and/or a programming procedure (software update) on an affected vehicle, the Footwell Module could fail. There is a compatibility issue w

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  • TSB #M840114

    NHTSA ID #10151349

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Bluetooth Connection Failures This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M84 01 14 dated February 2016.. There are various connectivity failures with the following devices: Apple iPhones Samsung S6 and the S6 Edge. Connectivity failure

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  • TSB #M120115

    NHTSA ID #10151345

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Engine Misfire Due to Failed Ignition Coil This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M12 01 15 dated March 2016.. The Check Engine or Service Engine Soon (MIL) lamp is on with misfire fault(s) stored in the DME. Intermittent performan

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  • TSB #M090115

    NHTSA ID #10147904

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: New programming feature: Exclusion of Infotainment Control Units from Programming.

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  • TSB #M610515

    NHTSA ID #10151423

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: CAS Module Fails Programming with CoAPI Error 2082. During vehicle programming, the CAS (Car Access System) module fails to program with CoAPI error 2082 displayed. Refer to the attachment, which lists the affected CAS serial numbers. The f

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  • TSB #12 09 15

    NHTSA ID #10059114

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: FAULTY SOFTWARE FOR THE TANK VENTILATION CONTROL DISPLAYS ENGINE THROTTLE REACTION WHEN TEMPERATURE IS HIGH OUTSIDE, AND MORE OBVIOUS IF THE TANK IS ONLY PARTLY FILLED. *MA

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  • TSB #M620115

    NHTSA ID #10147227

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Door Open Message Displayed, Even Though Door Is Closed. The customer complains that while driving, a CCM (check control message) indicates the doors are open, even though they are closed. Also, sometimes the gong will sound and the interio

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  • TSB #M650213

    NHTSA ID #10147748

    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "CHAMP2: Stored Radio Stations Deleted After Ignition Off. After ignition off, the stored radio stations (AM/FM and Satellite radio) are no longer available in: ? Menu ""PRESETS"" ? Preset buttons on the head unit Hardware error in the CHAM

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  • TSB #M620115

    NHTSA ID #10152338

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Door Open Message Displayed, Even Though Door Is Closed. The customer complains that while driving, a CCM (check control message) indicates the doors are open, even though they are closed. Also, sometimes the gong will sound and the interio

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  • TSB #M120115

    NHTSA ID #10147697

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Engine Misfire Due to Failed Ignition Coil. ? The Check Engine or Service Engine Soon (MIL) lamp is on with misfire fault(s) stored in the DME. ? Intermittent performance or rough running without a relevant DME fault stored The most likely

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  • TSB #M610607

    NHTSA ID #10147704

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Discharged Battery: Energy Diagnosis Must Be Performed. MINI electrical systems and advancements in vehicle technology have resulted in an increased demand on the vehicle battery. This SI will help the dealer handle ""discharged battery""

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  • TSB #M840214

    NHTSA ID #10147644

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M84 02 14 dated December 2014. PERFORM THE PROCEDURE OUTLINED IN THIS SERVICE INFORMATION ON ALL AFFECTED VEHICLES BEFORE CUSTOMER DELIVERY OR THE NEXT TIME THEY ARE IN THE SHOP FOR MAINTENAN

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  • TSB #M650414

    NHTSA ID #10148211

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Automated Activation of Navigation System During PDI/QC1. INFORMATION Important: The INITIAL NAV enabling code no longer needs to be pre-ordered through the Parts department! When the vehicle is connected to the diagnostic system ISTA to pe

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  • TSB #M110414

    NHTSA ID #10148441

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16 Engine: Oil Leak from Cylinder Head Sealing Plug. An oil leak can develop at a sealing plug located in the cylinder head, just below the vacuum pump. The sealing plug was not tightened sufficiently during production.

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  • TSB #M840114

    NHTSA ID #10148447

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: iPhone: Connection Failures with iOS 7. There are various connectivity failures with the iPhone using iOS 7. Some examples are listed below: z Call disconnection z Contact List incomplete z General connection failures Apple software iOS 7 a

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  • TSB #M640114

    NHTSA ID #10148058

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Automatic Deactivation of Recirculation Mode. The customer states the recirculation display goes out, even though the recirculation button was switched on. CAUSE The automatic recirculation air deactivation feature was introduced in July 20

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  • TSB #M510312

    NHTSA ID #10148297

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Window Regulators Squeak when Moving Up or Down. The front side windows can make a squeaking noise when operated.

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  • TSB #M120114

    NHTSA ID #10147958

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16: Fault 274D Mixture Adaptation Is Stored in the DME. Certain low speed, light-load driving conditions at lower outside temperatures could cause the Service Engine Soon lamp (MIL) to illuminate. The following fault would be stored in the

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  • TSB #M110112

    NHTSA ID #10147956

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "N16 and N18 Engine Oil Leak. The customer states that a small engine oil leak can be seen from the underside of the engine. CAUSE The internal sealing of the oil pump volume control solenoid valve is compromised, allowing engine oil to lea

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  • TSB #M120112

    NHTSA ID #10152359

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N18 Engine: FC 37DE Engine Ventilation, Heating, Triggering Stored in the DME After Programming. The Service Engine Soon lamp is illuminated after reprogramming the vehicle to integration level R056-11-11503 (ISTA/P P45.1.3.0) or higher. Wh

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  • TSB #M120313

    NHTSA ID #10150237

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: ?N18 Engine: FC 2BF2 Rail Pressure Sensor Is Stored in DME Fault Memory. The customer states that the Service Engine Soon lamp is illuminated and the following fault is stored in the DME: FC 2BF2 Rail pressure sensor, workspace: pressure to

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  • TSB #M610113

    NHTSA ID #10150268

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Battery Charge Condition Not Available in Energy Diagnosis. When performing an Energy Diagnosis test plan, the battery charge condition information is not available. CAUSE The power management system was not reset properly at the end of veh

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  • TSB #M620113

    NHTSA ID #10150269

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Intermittent Humming or Buzzing Noise from Speedometer. When the vehicle is decelerating, an intermittent humming or buzzing noise coming from the instrument cluster may be heard when the speedometer needle is between 0 and 12 mph. Hardwar

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  • TSB #M650213

    NHTSA ID #10150090

    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "HAMP2: Stored Radio Stations Deleted After Ignition Off. After ignition off, the stored radio stations (AM/FM and Satellite radio) are no longer available in: * Menu ""PRESETS"" * Preset buttons on the head unit Hardware error in the CHAM

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  • TSB #M650512

    NHTSA ID #10150091

    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "DWA (Anti-theft Alarm System): False Alarm Is Triggered Intermittently. INFORMATION Parts replacement will not solve the problem if one or more of the conditions described in the situation above caused the alarm to trigger. The sensitivity

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  • TSB #M610607

    NHTSA ID #10149623

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Discharged Battery: Energy Diagnosis Must Be Performed. MINI electrical systems and advancements in vehicle technology have resulted in an increased demand on the vehicle battery. This SI will help the dealer handle ""discharged battery""

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  • TSB #M120612

    NHTSA ID #10149622

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Change in Thermostat Electrical Connector on Replacement Engine Harness. Vehicles produced from 3/2013 are no longer equipped with an engine coolant thermostat that incorporates the engine coolant temperature sensor (thermostat P/N 11 53 7

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  • TSB #M120212

    NHTSA ID #10149502

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: SI M12 02 12 Engine Electrical Systems April 2013 Technical Service . After reprogramming the vehicle to integration level R056-11-11-503 (ISTA/P P45.1.3.0) or higher, one of the following fault codes are stored in the DME fault memory: Veh

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  • TSB #M650213

    NHTSA ID #10150147

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "CHAMP2: Stored Radio Stations Deleted After Ignition Off. After ignition off, the stored radio stations (AM/FM and Satellite radio) are no longer available in: * Menu ""PRESETS"" * Preset buttons on the head unit Hardware error in the CHA

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  • TSB #M620112

    NHTSA ID #10150402

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: OBC Functions Missing - Retrofit Procedure. The On-Board Computer function on certain vehicles is missing from the instrument cluster. CAUSE Option code 0550 is missing from the vehicle order.

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  • TSB #M610607

    NHTSA ID #10150356

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Discharged Battery: Energy Diagnosis Must Be Performed. MINI electrical systems and advancements in vehicle technology have resulted in an increased demand on the vehicle battery. This SI will help the dealer handle ""discharged battery""

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  • TSB #M650512

    NHTSA ID #10150357

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: ?SUBJECT DWA (Anti-theft Alarm System): False Alarm Is Triggered Intermittently. When the vehicle is parked and locked (DWA active), the alarm system is triggered intermittently. One or more of the following conditions may trigger the alarm

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:BATTERY

  • TSB #M650916

    NHTSA ID #10146930

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: No sound from the radio, telephone, gong signal and or PDC. Poor radio reception and failure of the telematics systems. Possible Check Control system message: Battery discharge when engine off, Caution, no acoustic warning signals. CAUSE No

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  • TSB #M610607

    NHTSA ID #10147704

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Discharged Battery: Energy Diagnosis Must Be Performed. MINI electrical systems and advancements in vehicle technology have resulted in an increased demand on the vehicle battery. This SI will help the dealer handle ""discharged battery""

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:IGNITION

  • TSB #M120115

    NHTSA ID #10151345

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Engine Misfire Due to Failed Ignition Coil This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M12 01 15 dated March 2016.. The Check Engine or Service Engine Soon (MIL) lamp is on with misfire fault(s) stored in the DME. Intermittent performan

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  • TSB #M-120115

    NHTSA ID #10058506

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: FAILED IGNITION COIL CAUSES ENGINE MISFIRE. HIGH TEMPERATURES DURING OPERATION CAUSES DIFFERENT MATERIALS USED IN THE IGNITION COIL CAN DETERIORATE OVER TIME *CN

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: SOFTWARE

  • TSB #M011116

    NHTSA ID #10150985

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: ?OC3 SEAT OCCUPANCY MAT: LIMITED WARRANTY EXTENSION TO 10 YEARS/120,000 MILES. This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI 01 11 16 dated December 2016.

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  • TSB #M840114

    NHTSA ID #10151060

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M84 01 14 dated November 2014. SUBJECT Bluetooth Connection Failures. There are various connectivity failures with the following devices: z Apple iPhones z Samsung S6 and the S6 Edge. Connect

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  • TSB #M610515

    NHTSA ID #10151423

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: CAS Module Fails Programming with CoAPI Error 2082. During vehicle programming, the CAS (Car Access System) module fails to program with CoAPI error 2082 displayed. Refer to the attachment, which lists the affected CAS serial numbers. The f

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  • TSB #M840214

    NHTSA ID #10148212

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Bluetooth Software (KISU Data) Update. This Service Action is being released to improve customer satisfaction as we strive to be number 1 in the JD Power Initial Quality Survey (IQS). This new KISU software improves the Blue

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  • TSB #M340113

    NHTSA ID #10148349

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Erroneous "Service due" Message Although Brake Lining Thickness is Above Minimum Specification. The yellow "Service Due" warning message lights up in the instrument cluster, even though the brake pad thickness is more than 4.2mm (above the

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  • TSB #M120214

    NHTSA ID #10148347

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N18: Service Engine Soon Lamp (MIL) May Come On at High Altitude. The Service Engine Soon lamp (MIL) is illuminated and engine power output is reduced. This could only occur only in areas high above sea level (greater than 5,000 feet) and m

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LIGHTING (PWS)

  • TSB #M630116

    NHTSA ID #10151347

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Delay in Automatic Driving Light Switching on/off. When driving out of a tunnel or exiting underground parking, the automatic driving light remains switched on for two minutes. Shut-off period varies based on detected situation. This is nor

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EXTERIOR LIGHTING:HEADLIGHTS

  • TSB #M630116

    NHTSA ID #10151347

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Delay in Automatic Driving Light Switching on/off. When driving out of a tunnel or exiting underground parking, the automatic driving light remains switched on for two minutes. Shut-off period varies based on detected situation. This is nor

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VISIBILITY

  • TSB #M510113

    NHTSA ID #10147226

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Replace Both Sun Visors. When opening the sun visor mirror cover, the pivot pins bind. CAUSE The spring tension is too great and weak pivot pins can break.

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  • TSB #M510314

    NHTSA ID #10148351

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Transportation Protective Sleeve Introduced for Windshield Wipers. The windshield wipers streak and judder. The windshield wiper blades become distorted during transportation and when in storage.

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  • TSB #M510312

    NHTSA ID #10148297

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Window Regulators Squeak when Moving Up or Down. The front side windows can make a squeaking noise when operated.

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  • TSB #M511112

    NHTSA ID #10150401

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Front Power Windows Not Functioning Properly. The front power window may exhibit one or more of the following faults: * The window reverses when it reaches the top travel * Loss of the ""one touch"" feature when closing the window * Window

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VISIBILITY:DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER SYSTEM

  • TSB #M640114

    NHTSA ID #10148058

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Automatic Deactivation of Recirculation Mode. The customer states the recirculation display goes out, even though the recirculation button was switched on. CAUSE The automatic recirculation air deactivation feature was introduced in July 20

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VISIBILITY:DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER SYSTEM:WINDSHIELD:BLOWER

  • TSB #M640215

    NHTSA ID #10147800

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: The Blower Motor is Faulty. The blower motor does not operate at any fan speed. The blower motor may work intermittently with the blower fan speed operating only on FULL speed. CAUSE The blower motor is faulty and causes the blower resistor

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STRUCTURE

  • TSB #M510513

    NHTSA ID #10146803

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Creaking/Cracking Noise from the Upper Roof Area. A creaking noise can be heard from the rear roof area when driving on rough roads or uneven surfaces. The body shell roof support area, where the C-pillar is joined to the roof, is buckling,

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  • TSB #M620115

    NHTSA ID #10147799

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Door Open Message Displayed, Even Though Door Is Closed. While driving, a CCM (Check Control Message) indicates the doors are open, even though they are closed. Also, sometimes the gong will sound and the interior lights will go on and off.

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  • TSB #M510513

    NHTSA ID #10150307

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Creaking/Cracking Noise from the Upper Roof Area. A creaking noise can be heard from the rear roof area when driving on rough roads or uneven surfaces. CAUSE The body shell roof support area, where the C-pillar is joined to the roof, is buc

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STRUCTURE:BODY:DOOR

  • TSB #M620115

    NHTSA ID #10147227

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Door Open Message Displayed, Even Though Door Is Closed. The customer complains that while driving, a CCM (check control message) indicates the doors are open, even though they are closed. Also, sometimes the gong will sound and the interio

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VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL

  • TSB #M610607

    NHTSA ID #10149623

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Discharged Battery: Energy Diagnosis Must Be Performed. MINI electrical systems and advancements in vehicle technology have resulted in an increased demand on the vehicle battery. This SI will help the dealer handle ""discharged battery""

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TIRES

  • TSB #M360215

    NHTSA ID #10147163

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Valve Stem Replacement with Wheel Electronics. Tire pressure loss after replacement of the RDC/RDCi wheel electronics. Valve stems are not being replaced in conjunction of the RDC/RDCi wheel electronics replacement.

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TIRES:PRESSURE MONITORING AND REGULATING SYSTEMS

  • TSB #M360215

    NHTSA ID #10147163

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Valve Stem Replacement with Wheel Electronics. Tire pressure loss after replacement of the RDC/RDCi wheel electronics. Valve stems are not being replaced in conjunction of the RDC/RDCi wheel electronics replacement.

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WHEELS

  • TSB #M360215

    NHTSA ID #10147163

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Valve Stem Replacement with Wheel Electronics. Tire pressure loss after replacement of the RDC/RDCi wheel electronics. Valve stems are not being replaced in conjunction of the RDC/RDCi wheel electronics replacement.

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  • TSB #M330112

    NHTSA ID #10150305

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Adjusting Rear Camber. Rear camber cannot be adjusted properly. CAUSE Repair instructions not followed properly

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SEATS

  • TSB #M520213

    NHTSA ID #10150309

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Squeaking Noise from Front Seat. A noise may be heard from the front driver's seat back when the customer applies sideways pressure during cornering. CAUSE Surface corrosion on the metal seat back frame can make a squeaking noise when rubbi

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INTERIOR LIGHTING

  • TSB #M620115

    NHTSA ID #10147227

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Door Open Message Displayed, Even Though Door Is Closed. The customer complains that while driving, a CCM (check control message) indicates the doors are open, even though they are closed. Also, sometimes the gong will sound and the interio

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EQUIPMENT

  • TSB #M010218

    NHTSA ID #10160229

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2019
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N18 THERMOSTAT WITH THERMOSTAT HOUSING: LIMITED WARRANTYEXTENSION TO 10 YEARS/ This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M01 02 18 dated May 2018.

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  • TSB #M010218

    NHTSA ID #10160298

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2019
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N18 THERMOSTAT WITH THERMOSTAT HOUSING: LIMITED WARRANTY EXTENSION TO 10 YEARS/ This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M01 02 18 dated May 2018.

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  • TSB #M651016

    NHTSA ID #10146981

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "USB DEVICE IS NOT DETECTED BY CHAMP2 HEAD UNIT. Media connected to the USB connector is not recognized by the audio system. Playback of files from the media is not possible. Message displayed on the audio system display: ""Title cannot be

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  • TSB #M650916

    NHTSA ID #10146930

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: No sound from the radio, telephone, gong signal and or PDC. Poor radio reception and failure of the telematics systems. Possible Check Control system message: Battery discharge when engine off, Caution, no acoustic warning signals. CAUSE No

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  • TSB #M840114

    NHTSA ID #10151349

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Bluetooth Connection Failures This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M84 01 14 dated February 2016.. There are various connectivity failures with the following devices: Apple iPhones Samsung S6 and the S6 Edge. Connectivity failure

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  • TSB #M011014

    NHTSA ID #10147794

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "MINI Motorer-Focused Satisfaction (MFS) Program. Based on Motorer feedback, MINI has determined that during the first three years of service, some vehicles may require specific additional service work to be performed. To address this issue

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  • TSB #M651015

    NHTSA ID #10147290

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: NAV Road Map Installation Using USB Stick. The Navigation road map can be installed onto the head unit in the vehicle using a USB stick connected to the USB connector in the center console in the vehicle. 32GB USB stick is necessary Desired

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  • TSB #M640215

    NHTSA ID #10147288

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M64 02 15 dated August 2015. SUBJECT The Blower Motor is Faulty. The blower motor does not operate at any fan speed. The blower motor may work intermittently with the blower fan speed operatin

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  • TSB #M070115

    NHTSA ID #10147694

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Diagnosing Stored Fault Codes to Help Avoid Repeat Repair Visits. Analysis of FASTA data and repeat repair visit reports indicates that there are many fault codes that are stored in the above vehicles, but they are not diagnosed to identify

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  • TSB #M840214

    NHTSA ID #10147644

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M84 02 14 dated December 2014. PERFORM THE PROCEDURE OUTLINED IN THIS SERVICE INFORMATION ON ALL AFFECTED VEHICLES BEFORE CUSTOMER DELIVERY OR THE NEXT TIME THEY ARE IN THE SHOP FOR MAINTENAN

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  • TSB #M840115

    NHTSA ID #10147643

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "SUBJECT iPhone and iOS 8.x Information. INFORMATION With the release of iOS 8.0, please be aware of the important functional change noted below: Scenario: z The customer leaves the vehicle and turns the phone off. z He or she turns the pho

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  • TSB #M840214

    NHTSA ID #10148212

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Bluetooth Software (KISU Data) Update. This Service Action is being released to improve customer satisfaction as we strive to be number 1 in the JD Power Initial Quality Survey (IQS). This new KISU software improves the Blue

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  • TSB #M650414

    NHTSA ID #10148211

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Automated Activation of Navigation System During PDI/QC1. INFORMATION Important: The INITIAL NAV enabling code no longer needs to be pre-ordered through the Parts department! When the vehicle is connected to the diagnostic system ISTA to pe

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  • TSB #M110414

    NHTSA ID #10148441

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16 Engine: Oil Leak from Cylinder Head Sealing Plug. An oil leak can develop at a sealing plug located in the cylinder head, just below the vacuum pump. The sealing plug was not tightened sufficiently during production.

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  • TSB #M011014

    NHTSA ID #10149393

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI Motorer-Focused Satisfaction (MFS) Program. Based on Motorer feedback, MINI has determined that during the first three years of service, some vehicles may require specific additional service work to be performed. MINI USA, a division o

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  • TSB #M510314

    NHTSA ID #10148351

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Transportation Protective Sleeve Introduced for Windshield Wipers. The windshield wipers streak and judder. The windshield wiper blades become distorted during transportation and when in storage.

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  • TSB #M110112

    NHTSA ID #10148293

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16 and N18 Engine Oil Leak. The customer states that a small engine oil leak can be seen from the underside of the engine. CAUSE The internal sealing of the oil pump volume control solenoid valve is compromised, allowing engine oil to leak

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  • TSB #M510312

    NHTSA ID #10148297

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Window Regulators Squeak when Moving Up or Down. The front side windows can make a squeaking noise when operated.

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  • TSB #M840213

    NHTSA ID #10150241

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Incorrect Customer Relations Telephone Number Is Saved in the Vehicle. The customer is not connected to MINI Customer Relations after dialing the number displayed in the vehicle Kombi or radio. CAUSE During the Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI)

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  • TSB #M000113

    NHTSA ID #10150043

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Vehicle Document Pouch Missing. The pouch in which the vehicle documents (e.g., Owner's Manual, Service and Warranty booklet, tire manufacturer warranty CD, etc.) are to be inserted during QC1 may be missing from the some of the vehicles in

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  • TSB #M650512

    NHTSA ID #10150091

    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "DWA (Anti-theft Alarm System): False Alarm Is Triggered Intermittently. INFORMATION Parts replacement will not solve the problem if one or more of the conditions described in the situation above caused the alarm to trigger. The sensitivity

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  • TSB #M650213

    NHTSA ID #10150090

    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "HAMP2: Stored Radio Stations Deleted After Ignition Off. After ignition off, the stored radio stations (AM/FM and Satellite radio) are no longer available in: * Menu ""PRESETS"" * Preset buttons on the head unit Hardware error in the CHAM

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  • TSB #M650513

    NHTSA ID #10149624

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "Harman Kardon HiFi Amplifier: Audio Output Is Inoperative. The audio output is inoperative, intermittently or permanently. * The display is illuminated * All buttons are working * Fault Code ""0xA1A8 - Device has over temperature"" is stor

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  • TSB #M840113

    NHTSA ID #10149508

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Telephone: Phonebook Does Not Transfer to the Vehicle. The telephone book does not transfer to the vehicle after the pairing process is completed. CAUSE Software error in the head unit

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  • TSB #M650313

    NHTSA ID #10150148

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Basic SVS: Voice Recognition Inoperative After Programming. After programming the vehicle with ISTA/P 2.48.x, the voice recognition (Basic SVS) is inoperative. NOTE: The Basic SVS only includes voice recognition for phone functions. Error

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  • TSB #M650213

    NHTSA ID #10150147

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "CHAMP2: Stored Radio Stations Deleted After Ignition Off. After ignition off, the stored radio stations (AM/FM and Satellite radio) are no longer available in: * Menu ""PRESETS"" * Preset buttons on the head unit Hardware error in the CHA

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  • TSB #M840113

    NHTSA ID #10149469

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Telephone: Phonebook Does Not Transfer to the Vehicle. The telephone book does not transfer to the vehicle after the pairing process is completed. CAUSE Software error in the head unit

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EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL

  • TSB #M640108

    NHTSA ID #10162461

    • Date Announced: JULY 12 2019
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Air Conditioning System Leak Testing. The customer complains of poor or no air conditioning cooling. After further diagnosis, the system is found to be low or empty of a refrigerant charge, but when using an electronic leak detector, no lea

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  • TSB #M840114

    NHTSA ID #10151349

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Bluetooth Connection Failures This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M84 01 14 dated February 2016.. There are various connectivity failures with the following devices: Apple iPhones Samsung S6 and the S6 Edge. Connectivity failure

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  • TSB #M840115

    NHTSA ID #10147643

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "SUBJECT iPhone and iOS 8.x Information. INFORMATION With the release of iOS 8.0, please be aware of the important functional change noted below: Scenario: z The customer leaves the vehicle and turns the phone off. z He or she turns the pho

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  • TSB #M840214

    NHTSA ID #10147644

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M84 02 14 dated December 2014. PERFORM THE PROCEDURE OUTLINED IN THIS SERVICE INFORMATION ON ALL AFFECTED VEHICLES BEFORE CUSTOMER DELIVERY OR THE NEXT TIME THEY ARE IN THE SHOP FOR MAINTENAN

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  • TSB #M650213

    NHTSA ID #10150090

    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "HAMP2: Stored Radio Stations Deleted After Ignition Off. After ignition off, the stored radio stations (AM/FM and Satellite radio) are no longer available in: * Menu ""PRESETS"" * Preset buttons on the head unit Hardware error in the CHAM

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  • TSB #M650313

    NHTSA ID #10150148

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Basic SVS: Voice Recognition Inoperative After Programming. After programming the vehicle with ISTA/P 2.48.x, the voice recognition (Basic SVS) is inoperative. NOTE: The Basic SVS only includes voice recognition for phone functions. Error

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EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL:RADIO/TAPE DECK/CD ETC.

  • TSB #M840114

    NHTSA ID #10151060

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M84 01 14 dated November 2014. SUBJECT Bluetooth Connection Failures. There are various connectivity failures with the following devices: z Apple iPhones z Samsung S6 and the S6 Edge. Connect

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  • TSB #M650213

    NHTSA ID #10147748

    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "CHAMP2: Stored Radio Stations Deleted After Ignition Off. After ignition off, the stored radio stations (AM/FM and Satellite radio) are no longer available in: ? Menu ""PRESETS"" ? Preset buttons on the head unit Hardware error in the CHAM

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  • TSB #M650213

    NHTSA ID #10150147

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "CHAMP2: Stored Radio Stations Deleted After Ignition Off. After ignition off, the stored radio stations (AM/FM and Satellite radio) are no longer available in: * Menu ""PRESETS"" * Preset buttons on the head unit Hardware error in the CHA

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EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL:NAVIGATIONAL SYSTEM(GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM)

  • TSB #M651015

    NHTSA ID #10147290

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: NAV Road Map Installation Using USB Stick. The Navigation road map can be installed onto the head unit in the vehicle using a USB stick connected to the USB connector in the center console in the vehicle. 32GB USB stick is necessary Desired

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EQUIPMENT:AIR CONDITIONER

  • TSB #M640108

    NHTSA ID #10162461

    • Date Announced: JULY 12 2019
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Air Conditioning System Leak Testing. The customer complains of poor or no air conditioning cooling. After further diagnosis, the system is found to be low or empty of a refrigerant charge, but when using an electronic leak detector, no lea

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  • TSB #M640114

    NHTSA ID #10146752

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Automatic Deactivation of Recirculation Mode. The customer states the recirculation display goes out, even though the recirculation button was switched on. CAUSE The automatic recirculation air deactivation feature was introduced in July 20

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  • TSB #M011116

    NHTSA ID #10150985

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 01 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: ?OC3 SEAT OCCUPANCY MAT: LIMITED WARRANTY EXTENSION TO 10 YEARS/120,000 MILES. This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI 01 11 16 dated December 2016.

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  • TSB #M640215

    NHTSA ID #10147288

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M64 02 15 dated August 2015. SUBJECT The Blower Motor is Faulty. The blower motor does not operate at any fan speed. The blower motor may work intermittently with the blower fan speed operatin

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  • TSB #M640114

    NHTSA ID #10148358

    • Date Announced: MAY 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Automatic Deactivation of Recirculation Mode. The customer states the recirculation display goes out, even though the recirculation button was switched on. CAUSE The automatic recirculation air deactivation feature was introduced in July 20

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EQUIPMENT:OTHER:OWNERS/SERVICE/OTHER MANUAL

  • TSB #M011014

    NHTSA ID #10147794

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: "MINI Motorer-Focused Satisfaction (MFS) Program. Based on Motorer feedback, MINI has determined that during the first three years of service, some vehicles may require specific additional service work to be performed. To address this issue

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  • TSB #SI-M-13-01-13

    NHTSA ID #10053604

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: MINI: THERE IS A PROCEDURAL ERROR IN THE REMOVING AND INSTALLING OR REPLACING HIGH PRESSURE PUMP CURRENT VERSION THAT HAS BEEN REPLACED WITH THE CORRECTED REPAIR INSTRUCTION PORTION FOR THE N14 AND N18 ENGINE. MODELS R55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 6

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  • TSB #M000113

    NHTSA ID #10150043

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2013
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Vehicle Document Pouch Missing. The pouch in which the vehicle documents (e.g., Owner's Manual, Service and Warranty booklet, tire manufacturer warranty CD, etc.) are to be inserted during QC1 may be missing from the some of the vehicles in

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EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE

  • TSB #M010218

    NHTSA ID #10160298

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2019
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N18 THERMOSTAT WITH THERMOSTAT HOUSING: LIMITED WARRANTY EXTENSION TO 10 YEARS/ This Service Information bulletin supersedes SI M01 02 18 dated May 2018.

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  • TSB #M650916

    NHTSA ID #10146930

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2016
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: No sound from the radio, telephone, gong signal and or PDC. Poor radio reception and failure of the telematics systems. Possible Check Control system message: Battery discharge when engine off, Caution, no acoustic warning signals. CAUSE No

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  • TSB #M510113

    NHTSA ID #10147226

    • Date Announced: JULY 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Replace Both Sun Visors. When opening the sun visor mirror cover, the pivot pins bind. CAUSE The spring tension is too great and weak pivot pins can break.

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  • TSB #M070115

    NHTSA ID #10147694

    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2015
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Diagnosing Stored Fault Codes to Help Avoid Repeat Repair Visits. Analysis of FASTA data and repeat repair visit reports indicates that there are many fault codes that are stored in the above vehicles, but they are not diagnosed to identify

    More Information »

  • TSB #M840214

    NHTSA ID #10148212

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Service Action: Bluetooth Software (KISU Data) Update. This Service Action is being released to improve customer satisfaction as we strive to be number 1 in the JD Power Initial Quality Survey (IQS). This new KISU software improves the Blue

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  • TSB #M650414

    NHTSA ID #10148211

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Automated Activation of Navigation System During PDI/QC1. INFORMATION Important: The INITIAL NAV enabling code no longer needs to be pre-ordered through the Parts department! When the vehicle is connected to the diagnostic system ISTA to pe

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  • TSB #M110112

    NHTSA ID #10148293

    • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: N16 and N18 Engine Oil Leak. The customer states that a small engine oil leak can be seen from the underside of the engine. CAUSE The internal sealing of the oil pump volume control solenoid valve is compromised, allowing engine oil to leak

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