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Time clock fuse

Hi guys does anyone know the location of the fuse for the time clock on a 51 plate mini cooper thanks
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Yeah i properly know about it and fix this issue many time.But if you are not a repairer or mechanic so you cannot fix it.So if you want to fix it so take it to your mechanic and see how the fuse one will be change.That,s not a major fault.
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Hi guys does anyone know the location of the fuse for the time clock on a 51 plate mini cooper thanks
Hi ya

Has it just stopped working or only works when you have the ignition on. Then looses time.

Your fuse is in the Foot well fuse box it's F3, which is as you look at it straight on. It's the left hand row one closest to the door third one down it should be a 5 amp.

If it does not solve your problem check everything inside the car to see if it all work correctly like instrument lights switch lights etc.

Let us know how you get on and we can guide you a little more, it may be a bad connection at the BCU or a duff clock but.

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Ps sorry about habbi the man is a foul and offers no practical advice on the problem and at this time he has 100 posts of total rubbish with no help to man nor beast.
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Ps sorry about habbi the man is a foul and offers no practical advice on the problem and at this time he has 100 posts of total rubbish with no help to man nor beast.
Glad someone else thinks so too How to write 100 posts about nothing basically.
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It almost sounds like he's a kid on a bus on the way to school with nothing to do. What ever way you look at it he has utterly no knowledge of anything mini/mechanical. Well I don't know if pushing a tonka toy round counts :-)

Anyway 100 posts of total crap
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Hi guys thanks for the replies it just lights up orange no time displayed ive replaced it with a known working clock and its the same is it the footwell that the bonnet release is located on
And habbi sorry mate im asking about replacing a fuse not splitting the atom
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Hi guys thanks for the replies it just lights up orange no time displayed ive replaced it with a known working clock and its the same is it the footwell that the bonnet release is located on
And habbi sorry mate im asking about replacing a fuse not splitting the atom

Hi ya

passengers foot well is where you need to be :-)

Just pop of the trim cover and you will see the fuses.

Hope this helps
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Hi marque thanks for that mate
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Hi all
Thanks for the replys checked today and it was the fuse alk working now
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Hi ya

Glad to here is sorted :-) good job
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