Either a detent or a synchro. The G253 and G253 are both utilized, and vary slightly in design, noticeable in the transmission shaft end casings. Lift the car and set it on jack stands. I was told that there was a crack in the transmission. Wait for the fluid to stop draining before continuing.
You just have to keep pouring until the fluid stops going in. Old transmission fluid versus new transmission fluid. I know the clutch was replaced a couple of years ago. Does pelican have an article on how to change the transmission fluid for that model? If the magnet comes out a little hair, covered with tiny particles, that is normal. Cool clown car I went in pretty much knowning I wanted a mini cooper. The procedure for draining and re-filling the transmission is identical. This article applies to the 1st and 2nd.
I took it immediately to the dealer. You can get magnetic plugs from many aftermarket sources, and this is a great time to add that extra bit of protection. For Manual Transmission Fluids, see our Mini does not list any fluids other than the factory fluids, but several manufacturers lists their products as 'compatible' with factory fluids - these options are listed under 'Alternate Fluids'. Is the oil the same than without limited slip differential? Call us at 1-800-946-2642 or email us 2002-2006 R50 Hatchback Non S 2005-2008 R52 Convertible Non S and S 2002-2006 R53 Hatchback S 2008-2014 R55 Clubman Non S and S 2007-2013 R56 Hatchback Non S and S 2009-2015 R57 Convertible Non S and S 2012-2015 R58 Coupe Non S and S 2012-2015 R59 Roadster Non S and S 2011-2016 R60 Countryman Non S and S 2013-2016 R61 Paceman Non S and S 2016+ F54 Clubman Non S and S 2015+ F55 Hatchback 5-Door Non S and S 2014+ F56 Hatchback 3-Door Non S and S 2016+ F57 Convertible Non S and S 2017+ F60 Countryman Non S and S 2. For sure the transmission oil 70W90 is definitely easier to drain when warm. These will be used to loosen and tighten the plugs. Insert hose in fill hole and fill with fluid.
We will make the needed updates. Use a ratchet with a long handle or a breaker bar if you cannot get it loose. The vehicle needs to be level when checking and replacing fluid. Open the Fill plug first. Engine oil is the most. If you find any chunks, you should plan on having an expert look deeper into the transmission in the near future. Re-install the top filler plug into the transmission and torque it to 20-30Nm 15-22 ft-lbs.
Now, add transmission oil to the case. Vehicle Fitment: Mini: Cooper 2004-15 Cooper Countryman 2011-14 Cooper Paceman 2013-14 eEuroparts. Undo the clamp to the intake hose so you can reach the fill plug. You should check with any transmission specialist that you trust for their recommendation. This article applies to the Mini Cooper. In our 'unscientific' opinion, this is too long and we don't believe in 'life-time' fluids. This article applies to the Mini Cooper.
Could be an internal issue. I drive a 2011 hard top non s. She could not have been driving over 45 mph because that was the maximum speed one could drive without the transmission slipping out of gear. When driving is getting difficult to change gears but I can do it and without any grinding noise. When you have the plug removed, take your finger, and stick it inside the hole, angle it towards the ground, and see if you can feel any fluid in there. This article applies to the 1st and 2nd. There is a crush washer on the plugs, which you may want to replace with a new one, especially on the drain plug.
Note: Some alternate options are also factory original fluid. The first is a 8mm hex head socket to go on your ratchet. Also consult the article on. . Is this low fluid or some other issue? This book contains 270 pages of full color projects detailing everything from performance modifications to changing your brake pads.
Engine oil is the most. If important I will install washer next time I am under the car. This is not something that should be overlooked, as it has a direct bearing on both the function and the longevity of the transmission. What is the fluid capacity? Sometimes it will slip in with a bit of grinding. I'm not a mechanic but to lose a clutch at 60k miles doesn't make any sense. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need.