Created: March 14, 2016
Mini Cooper Quicksilver California Spec Exhaust review
Created: July 02, 2015
Mini Cooper Cold Start Rattle. Some of the early production Mini Cooper S models have been known to exhibit the 'Cold Start Rattle'. This typically occurs when the engine is cold and makes the sounds like an old diesel engine upon startup.
Created: March 05, 2015
The Mini Cooper engine comparison allows for a better understanding of the N14 and N18 engines from BMW
Created: November 26, 2013
Gen I MINI Cooper ODBII Powertrain codes Created: November 26, 2013 The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) developed the ODB II system and they specified that diagnostic codes comprise 5 digits. The basic scheme is as follows:
Created: November 25, 2013
ODBII powertrain DTC codes for Gen 2 MINI Coopers
Created: January 25, 2011
Did you know a detailed engine increases the resale value of your car? It's a well-known fact that people who take the time and effort to detail their engines also take better care of their cars.
Created: November 30, 2010
You've had some questions regarding Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) & Automatic Stability Control (ASC). We here at Mini Mania would like to present the following information for your consideration. ASC/DSC EXPLAINED for the MINI;integrated by BMW FUNCTION: ASC & DSC work with the ABS system ...
Created: December 24, 2009
MINI Cooper ECU Reset Procedure - R50/52/53 MINIs, lean from the experts at Mini Mania.com
Created: October 01, 2009
SHARK INJECTOR ECU Upgrade FAQ's
Created: August 20, 2009
This one part can literally make or break your engine By Jeff Huneycutt Photography by Jeff Huneycutt No matter how well-tuned it is, your race engine is a grumbling beast. Consider that there are four controlled explosions with every turn of the crankshaft in a V-8 engine.
Created: April 20, 2009
MINI P2097 SES Emissions Code
Created: August 08, 2008
Following the Mini One and the Mini Cooper, the top-of-the-range model with a power output of 120 kW is now being launched, MINI COOPER S
Created: January 28, 2006
Fastener Retention Overview There are three methods that can be employed to determine how much tension is exerted on a fastener; using a torque wrench, measuring the amount of stretch, and turning the fastener a pre-determined amount (torque angle). Of these methods, use of a stretch gauge is the most accurate.