A Problem With the Window in My MINI Cooper

Written by john cook
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MINI Cooper windows have had a series of problems that prevent the window from going up and down. You can troubleshoot some of the possible causes and solutions yourself.

Loose Connections

There may be a loose connection between the power from the battery and the motor that raises and lowers the window. To fix the problem, tap firmly on the closed door above the speaker with a closed fist.

Sensor Confusion

The sensor in the window may be confused about the position of the window. To reset the sensor, hold the window switch in the up position for 10 or more seconds. The window sensor will reset and the window should work.

Motor Burnout

The motor in the window may be burnt out and needs to be replaced. Take the car to an authorised MINI repair facility or replace the motor yourself.

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