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Generation 1 - 2001-2006 MINI One, Cooper and Cooper S
Manufacturers: BMW , JCW , MINI
    £250.16
    • Remove and replace engine oil with 5 litres of Millers Nano 5w 40.
    • Remove and replace engine oil filter and o-ring.
    • Remove and replace air filter element.
    • Remove and replace supercharger/auxiliary belt.
    • Remove and replace spark plugs.
    • Remove and replace interior ventilation microfilter.
    • Inspect tyre condition, measure tread depth and check and adjust tyre pressures.
    • Check entire vehicle for leaks (engine, transmission, power steering, fuel lines, brake lines etc.).
    • Check CV joint boots for damage or leaks.
    • Check condition, position and mounting of exhaust system.
    • Check struts and shock absorbers for leaks.
    • Check suspention bushes and ball joints for excess play.
    • Check overall thickness of front and rear brake pads and examine brake disc surface and thickness.
    • Check condition of hard brake lines for corrosion and flexible lines for rubber perishing, rubbing and leaks.
    • Check entire body for rust and corrosion.
    • Check engine coolant system for leaks, check level and test antifreeze protection level.
    • Check windshield washer fluid level.
    • Check operation of: headlights, foglights, parking lights, reverse lights, indicators, hazard lights, brake lights, number plate lights, interior lights.
    • Check for dashboard warning lights and read fault codes if necessary.
    • Check operation of horn.
    • Check wipers and widshield washer system.
    • Check condition and function of seat belts.
    • Check operation of convertible top (if applicable).
    • Reset service interval display.

    For those MINI owners who like doing track days you might want to update to the Motul 300V oil, these are sold in 2 litre cans so you will have about 1.5 litres left over for topping up, please tick the box for a revised price.

    • Remove and replace engine oil with 5 litres of Millers Nano 5w 40.
    • Remove and replace engine oil filter and o-ring.
    • Remove and replace air filter element.
    • Remove and replace supercharger/auxiliary belt.
    • Remove and replace spark plugs.
    • Remove and replace interior ventilation microfilter.
    • Inspect tyre condition, measure tread depth and check and adjust tyre pressures.
    • Check entire vehicle for leaks (engine, transmission, power steering, fuel lines, brake lines etc.).
    • Check CV joint boots for damage or leaks.
    • Check condition, position and mounting of exhaust system.
    • Check struts and shock absorbers for leaks.
    • Check suspention bushes and ball joints for excess play.
    • Check overall thickness of front and rear brake pads and examine brake disc surface and thickness.
    • Check condition of hard brake lines for corrosion and flexible lines for rubber perishing, rubbing and leaks.
    • Check entire body for rust and corrosion.
    • Check engine coolant system for leaks, check level and test antifreeze protection level.
    • Check windshield washer fluid level.
    • Check operation of: headlights, foglights, parking lights, reverse lights, indicators, hazard lights, brake lights, number plate lights, interior lights.
    • Check for dashboard warning lights and read fault codes if necessary.
    • Check operation of horn.
    • Check wipers and widshield washer system.
    • Check condition and function of seat belts.
    • Check operation of convertible top (if applicable).
    • Reset service interval display.

    For those MINI owners who like doing track days you might want to update to the Motul 300V oil, these are sold in 2 litre cans so you will have about 1.5 litres left over for topping up, please tick the box for a revised price.

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