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Hi

I am trying to locate the fuse for the hazard warning lights on a 2007 cooper - the diagram in the first post is different to the fuse box cover diagram on my fuse box cover - I have included the picture from another post in this thread which is the same as mine.

Could someone advise which fuse, if any on this fuse box, is for the hazard lights please?

If not on this fuse box does anyone know which fuse box and the fuse number it is located at?

Thanks in advance

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2015 Mini

We recently purchased our cooper, and the right rear lights keep going out. We replaced the lights but we think the connector is not fully engaged. Is this something we can fix or should we take it in? If we can, does anyone know a good video or instruction manual that shows how? Thank you!
 

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Can anyone tell me which side of the fuse is "fused" and which side is just live I've an 56 plate Cooper with fuses in the passenger footwell and I wish to connect my DRL to a fuse via piggybacking a fuse but which side of fuse please left or right

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Me again! I guess I can pull fuse out and using a meter then find out which side is which. Connecting probe to one side other probe to earth and seeing which side gives 12v.
 

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Can anyone point me to a list of earth locations for the R56 (N14)?

The post here seems to be for the R53.
 

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Is this any use


Ground points X13004 and/or X4


 

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Me again! I guess I can pull fuse out and using a meter then find out which side is which. Connecting probe to one side other probe to earth and seeing which side gives 12v.
You're correct. Just remove the fuse then set the meter to the 20 volts dc scale. Connect the negative lead to ground. Connect the positive lead to each side of the fuse holder. The side that reads 12 volts is the "hot" side. The side that gives no reading (or zero volts) is the fused side.
 

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Hi All,

Sorry to open this thread up again, but I can't locate the fuse for the 12v power (cigarette lighter) in my '60 Cooper D. I've attached a photo of the fuse diagram/layout from the driver's side footwell. Any ideas?

Previous posts have indicated F32 but I can't tell what the diagram shows (parking sensor?!). I have checked the engine bay fuse box, but again, there doesn't appear to be a related fuse in there.

I'd be grateful if anyone can help!

Regards,
Nick
Fuse 43
 
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