Minni Cooper S electrical problem

Asked by Kym Apr 10, 2020 at 11:32 AM about the MINI Cooper Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

On our recently-purchased second-hand vehicle some of the lights and electrical system started to fail.  Now the windows cannot be controlled, the dashboard lights don’t come on, neither the left nor right blinkers work and the hazard light does not work.  I have checked all the fuses and they are OK.  I confused as to why so many electrical circuits are dead, and I don’t know what to check next.  Does anyone have any advice for us?

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Advice? If you don't know how to work on cars, take it to a mechanic for diagnosis. There are a lot of things that could cause these problems and it looks like you have many of them. Mini's are notorious for electrical troubles and one of the causes is, they leak water and the dashboard seems to be the favorite spot.

Check with cooper dealer. They have a recall on the what's they call FRM module. If yours is not covered check with bimmerscan.com

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