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  • MINI Spark Plug

    When to Replace the Spark Plug in Your Mini

    Posted on August 16, 2021 by Keith Cox
    Spark plugs are small, but without them, your Mini will not function. Cars that use gasoline all require a spark plug in order to get the engine to fire in the combustion process. Without them, it will be impossible to start your car. If your spark plugs start to go bad, your Mini will require multiple efforts to fire up… Read More
  • MINI Power Steering Pump

    Signs of a Power Steering Pump Failure in Your Mini

    Posted on June 13, 2021 by Keith Cox
    Mini Coopers are the darlings of the car world with new models rolling out each year. These cars are small but mighty, so it is easy to forget that the sporty, striped vehicle in your garage is an actual automobile and not just a fun toy. Mini Coopers come with a function called electro-hydraulic power assisted steering system, or power… Read More
  • MINI Crank Seal

    The Best Shop in Bellingham to Fix Crank Seal Oil Leaks in Your MINI

    Posted on February 17, 2021 by Keith Cox
    When thinking about unconventional design paired with luxury and high performance, one would imagine the Mini Cooper. It provides a fun experience that car enthusiasts have come to expect. Mini Coopers are excellent machines but over time can develop a crank seal leak. A damaged seal will lead to an oil leak, which could cause additional engine problems down the… Read More
  • MINI Turbocharger

    Expert Diagnosis of a Turbo Fault in Your Mini in Bellingham

    Posted on November 28, 2020 by Keith Cox
    The Mini Cooper is iconic and fun to drive. It is highly recognizable and always turns heads. With proper maintenance, it is dependable and will last for years. However, some models are susceptible to turbo failure. The Turbo in Your Mini Turbo is short for turbocharger, and this is an essential part for many Mini Coopers. For the engine to… Read More
  • MINI Water Pump

    Why Leaks Occur in a Mini’s Water Pump Housing

    Posted on July 6, 2020 by Keith Cox
    Leaks can be a clear indicator that your water pump is starting to fail. Damage to the water pump housing can cause the water pump to fail and allow fluid to leak from the system. Let’s look at some of the common causes of water pump leaks in your Mini. Cracking Caused by Coolant This type of issue is caused… Read More
  • MINI Broken Engine Mount

    Tips to Detect Engine Mount Failure in Your Mini

    Posted on April 1, 2020 by Keith Cox
    Your Mini uses a variety of rubber parts to protect important parts from damage and also to absorb some of the shocks and vibrations from the vehicle as it moves over the road. Your Mini utilizes rubber engine mounts that are used to secure the engine under the hood. Let’s take a look at how you can tell if the… Read More
  • MINI Faulty Fuel Gauge

    When to Check Your MINI for a Faulty Fuel Gauge

    Posted on March 15, 2020 by Keith Cox
    As a MINI driver, you know all the great things that come with driving your car, from punchy acceleration, to practical design features, and years of motoring heritage. What you might not know are some of the common part failures associated with MINI. Of course, it is important to note that common part failures do not detract from an overall… Read More
  • MINI Transmission

    Solve Your MINI’s Transmission Failure in Bellingham

    Posted on September 27, 2019 by Keith Cox
    If you own a Mini, you are one of the millions of lucky drivers who get to flaunt their love for class and performance. From its unique design to undeniable power, the Mini is truly a force to be reckoned with. Besides performance, the Mini is notoriously known for its character. There are few cars who match the Mini’s undeniable… Read More
  • MINI Acceleration Stumbling

    Reasons Behind Your MINI’s Acceleration Stumbling Issues

    Posted on August 7, 2019 by Keith Cox
    The Mini Cooper is a quaint car with adorable characteristics. It’s known for its undeniable speed, versatility, and hidden power. It’s no secret that car enthusiasts all over the nation go out of their way to purchase this popular vehicle. However, as durable as the Mini is, it still has its fair share of issues. One of the most common… Read More
  • Mini Cooper Car

    Why Your MINI Needs Supercharger Oil

    Posted on April 2, 2019 by Keith Cox
    The supercharger in a car is a device within a car that plays the important role of ensuring that the engine’s power output is at optimum levels. While the MINI Cooper is a typically small car, the manufacturer has been able to make it one of the most top performing vehicles in the market with a notoriously reliable engine to… Read More
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