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Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. ONE Congratulations on your new MINI, Cooper S ALL4. Cooper D All4, Cooper SD All4, Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. 2011 Bayerische Motoren Werke, Aktiengesellschaft, Munich Germany. Not to be reproduced wholly or in part without, written permission from BMW AG Munich. English II 11, Printed on environmentally friendly paper.
bleached without chlorine suitable for recycling, Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. The quickest access to a particular topic or item MOBILITY. is by consulting the detailed alphabetical index 140 Refuelling. see page 198 142 Wheels and tyres, 146 In the engine compartment. 151 Maintenance, 4 General information, 153 General care. OVERVIEW 157 Replacing parts, 8 Driving area 168 Mutual aid. 14 Radio MINI CD 172 Indicator and warning lights, 15 Radio MINI Boost CD.
CONTROLS 186 Technical data, 20 Opening and closing 193 Maintenance overview. 32 Adjusting 198 From A to Z, 40 Child safety, 46 Driving. 58 Everything under control, 68 Technical features for driving comfort. and safety, 82 Climate, 87 Practical interior equipment. DRIVING HINTS, 92 Driving precautions, Entertainment.
108 Radio MINI CD, 114 Radio MINI Boost CD, COMMUNICATION. 126 Telephone, Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. Notes General information, General information, About this Owner s Symbol for components and assemblies. Handbook Recommends that you study the relevant, section of this Owner s Handbook in con. We have tried to make all the information in this nection with a particular part or assembly. Owner s Handbook easy to find The quickest, way to access a specific topic or item is by con.
sulting the detailed alphabetical index at the Your car. end Consult the first chapter for an overview of, your car Your MINI is manufactured by Bayerische. Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft BMW AG, When the time comes to sell your MINI remem. ber to hand over this Owner s Handbook it is an When you ordered your MINI you chose various. important part of the vehicle items of equipment This Owner s Handbook. describes all models and equipment specifica, Additional sources of information tions which the manufacturer of your MINI offers. within this particular model line, If you have any queries your MINI Service Cen. tre will be glad to advise you This explains why the Owner s Handbook may. also contain details of items which you have not, You can find additional MINI related informa.
ordered The differences can easily be identified, tion for example on the engineering features in. by the asterisk shown against optional extras, the Internet by visiting www MINI com. If your MINI features equipment not described in, this Owner s Handbook observe the enclosed. Symbols used Supplementary Owner s Handbooks, In vehicles with right hand drive some of. Indicates precautions that must be fol the controls are arranged differently from. lowed precisely in order to avoid the pos those shown in the illustrations of this Owner s. sibility of personal injury and serious damage to Handbook. the vehicle, Indicates information that will assist you in Built date.
gaining the optimum benefit from your The production date of your vehicle can be. vehicle and enable you to care more effectively found at the bottom of the door column of the. for your vehicle driver door, Refers to measures that can be taken to The built date is defined as the calendar. help protect the environment month and the calendar year in which the body. Marks the end of a specific item of informa shell and the powertrain subassemblies are con. tion joined and the vehicle is driven or moved from. Identifies optional extras or specific national the production line. market items of equipment as well as equip, ment and functions not yet available at the time. of printing, Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. General information Notes, Status at time of printing For your safety. The high safety and quality standards of MINI, Maintenance and repair.
vehicles are guaranteed by continuous develop, ment In rare instances your vehicle may there The advanced technology behind this. fore differ from the information supplied in the vehicle for example the use of modern. Owner s Handbook materials and high performance electronics. means that specially adapted methods of main, tenance and repair are required You should. therefore have the work this involves carried out, For your safety. only by a MINI Service Centre or a workshop, Your vehicle is configured for the operating con employing trained personnel and working to the. ditions and registration requirements of your specifications issued by the manufacturer of. country If the vehicle is to be operated in your MINI If such work is performed inexpertly. another country your vehicle must be adapted it could result in consequential damage and thus. to any prevailing different operating conditions constitute a safety risk. and permit requirements, Information on possible exclusion of warranty or Parts and accessories.
warranty restrictions for your vehicle can be The manufacturer of your MINI. obtained from your MINI Service Centre recommends using parts and accessory. products for the car which the manufacturer of, For customers in Australia New Zealand your MINI has approved for this purpose. As you read this manual please bear the follow MINI Service is the correct source for genuine. ing in mind to ensure that our vehicles continue MINI parts and accessories other products. to embody the highest quality and safety stand approved by the manufacturer of your MINI and. ards we at MINI pursue a policy of continuous competent advice on all related matters. ongoing development Because modifications in These parts and products have been tested by. the design of both vehicles and accessories may the manufacturer of your MINI for their safety. be introduced at any time your own vehicle s and functional compatibility with MINI vehicles. equipment may vary from that described in this The manufacturer of your MINI accepts product. manual For the same reason it is also impossi liability for them. ble to guarantee that all descriptions will be Conversely the manufacturer of your MINI can. completely accurate in all respects not accept liability for parts or accessory prod. ucts of any kind which it has not approved, We must therefore request your understanding. The manufacturer of your MINI is unable to, of the fact that we are unable to recognise legal. assess each individual product of outside origin, claims based on discrepancies between the. as to its suitability for use on MINI vehicles with. data illustrations and descriptions in this man, out safety risk This suitability cannot be guaran.
ual and your own vehicle s equipment Please, teed even if an official permit has been issued. note too that some of the optional equipment, for the particular product in a specific country. described in this manual is not available on Aus, Tests performed for such permits cannot always. tralian models due to restrictions imposed by, cover all operating conditions for MINI vehicles. Australian Design Rules and other requirements, and some of them therefore are insufficient.
If you have any queries your Service Centre will, be glad to advise you. Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. DRIVING HINTS, Entertainment, COMMUNICATION, Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. OVERVIEW Driving area, Driving area, Around the steering wheel Controls and displays. 1 Adjusting outside mirrors folding in and, out 37 Flashing turn indicators 52. 2 High beam headlights 79, Side lights 76, Headlight flasher 52.
Low beam headlights 76 Parking lights 79, Automatic driving lights. control 76 Computer 59, Adaptive Head Light 78, Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. Driving area OVERVIEW, 3 Revolution counter 10 10 Unlocking the engine compartment 146. Right hand drive vehicles front passenger, Instrument lighting 80 side. Resetting trip distance recorder 58, 5 Switching the ignition on off and.
starting stopping the engine 46, 6 Ignition lock 46. 7 Buttons on steering wheel, Resuming cruise control 55. On the right, Memorising speed and accelerating, or decelerating. On the left, Turn volume up or down, Activating deactivating cruise. control 56, Accept and end a call start dial, ling for selected phone numbers.
and redial if no phone number is, Activating deactivating voice con. trol system, Changing radio stations, Selecting music tracks. Scrolling in the redial list, 8 Horn entire surface. 9 Adjusting the steering wheel 38, Headlight beam throw adjustment 78. Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. OVERVIEW Driving area, 1 Revolution counter 58 5 Instrument lighting 80.
with indicator and warning lights 11 6 Speedometer. 2 Display for with indicator and warning lights 11. Current vehicle speed 58 7 Fuel gauge 58, Indicator and warning lights 11 8 Radio display 14 15. 3 Resetting trip distance recorder 58 9 Radio 14 15. 4 Display for, Position of automatic transmission 50. Computer 59, Date of next scheduled service and, remaining driving distance 63. Distance recorder odometer, and trip distance recorder 58. Initialising the Run Flat Indicator 72, Settings and information 60.
Personal Profile settings 20, Gearshift point display 59. Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. Driving area OVERVIEW, Indicator and warning, Indicator and warning lights can come on in var. ious combinations and colours in panel 1 or 2, Some lights in the panel are checked for proper. functioning and thus light up briefly when the, engine starts or the ignition is switched on. What to do in the event of a fault, A list of all indicator and warning lights as well as.
notes on the possible cause of a fault and on, what corresponding measures should be taken. can be found starting on page 172, Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. OVERVIEW Driving area, Around the centre console, Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG. Driving area OVERVIEW, 1 Microphone for voice control system and. hands free mode for telephone Rear window heating, 2 Indicator warning light for front passenger.
airbags 41 Windscreen heating, Reading lights 80 Air volume. Ambient lighting 81 8 Switch panel in the centre console. Glass roof electric 29 Seat heating 35, Interior light 80 Window lift front 30. Window lift rear 30, 4 Hazard warning flashers, 5 Speedometer 10. Rear fog light 79, 6 Radio CD, 7 Air conditioning or automatic air Central locking inside 24. conditioning 82, Temperature 9 Buttons in the centre console.
Fog lights 79, Recirculated air mode, Air distribution for air conditioner Rear fog lamp 35. Safety switch for electric window, Air distribution to the windscreen lifts in the rear 31. Air distribution to the upper body SPORT button 71. Air distribution to the footwell Automatic start stop function 48. Automatic air distribution and flow Driving stability control systems. rate control Dynamic Stability Control DSC 69, Dynamic Traction Control. Maximum cooling DTC 70, Cooling function 10 AUX IN connection 113. USB audio interface 121, Defrosting windows, Online Edition for Part no 01 40 2 607 512 03 11 BMW AG.
1 Adjusting outside mirrors folding in and out 37 2 Side lights 76 Low beam headlights 76 Automatic driving lights control 76 Adaptive Head Light 78 Flashing turn indicators 52 High beam headlights 79 Headlight flasher 52 Parking lights 79 Computer 59 Driving area OVERVIEW 9 6 Ignition lock 46 7 Buttons on steering wheel 8 Horn entire surface 9 Adjusting the steering wheel 38

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