Services at Mini Sport

  1. What to do if your Mini breaks down?
    Categories: Mini Servicing, Mini Sport News & Services at Mini Sport

    What to do if your Mini breaks down?

    My Mini has broken down - what should I do? Stay calm & be cautious of other road users. Turn on your hazard lights & pull over to get your Mini off the road. Always leave a broken down vehicle by the left-hand side, ensuring that you are visible (wear light clothes or a high visibility vest, especially when it's...
  2. The Technologies That Mini Specialists Use To Create New Parts
    Categories: Services at Mini Sport, MAD & Mini Parts

    The Technologies That Mini Specialists Use To Create New Parts

    Having been a Mini specialist since the heyday of the classic models back in the 1960s, our original intention to trade spare parts quickly saw us use our engineering nous to improve items instead. Our pioneering rigid throttle linkage being one such example. Before long, we grew to be the world’s leading Mini specialist based on our technical knowledge and approach to customer service...
  3. Mini Tyres: Guide to Punctures
    Categories: Mini Servicing & Services at Mini Sport

    Mini Tyres: Guide to Punctures

    My Mini tyres is punctured, should I repair or replace the tyre? Punctures are extremely frustrating & sometimes dangerous if they happen when you're travelling at speed. This week on the blog we're looking at identifying a puncture on your Mini Tyres & advising you what to do next... I've got a puncture, can I still travel? If you carry...
  4. Replacing the Cylinder Head on your Mini
    Categories: Mini Servicing & Services at Mini Sport

    Replacing the Cylinder Head on your Mini

    This week on the blog we're taking a look at the steps you would take to remove or fit your Mini's Cylinder Head... To remove a Mini Cylinder Head: The first step in removing a Mini Cylinder Head is to disconnect the earth strap / negative terminal from the battery, along with disconnecting the Bottom Hose at the Water Pump...
  5. Warning Signs that your Mini Needs a Service
    Categories: Mini Servicing, Mini Sport News & Services at Mini Sport

    Warning Signs that your Mini Needs a Service

    You should be booking your Mini in for a service annually or every 12000 miles - whichever milestone you reach first. However did you know that your Mini can be giving you tell-tale indicators that it's in need of a service? Recognising these signs is the first step in preventing a much bigger issue with your Mini occurring! Why is...
  6. Prep your Mini for Winter!
    Categories: Mini Servicing & Services at Mini Sport

    Prep your Mini for Winter!

    Winter is coming! No, we're not just doing our best Jon Snow impression... Winter is pretty much here and it's time to start thinking about preparing your Mini if you haven't already... After all, the Great British Weather is anything but predictable - could we have a January heat wave, or will we be hit with Beast from the East...
  7. Retro Styling Guide
    Categories: Services at Mini Sport

    Retro Styling Guide

    This week on the blog we're looking at Mini Retro Styling. How you can transform your Mini, making it look like an earlier Mk than it is. This ever-popular Mini modification has been made even easier in recent years with a vast number of 'easy fit' products available. We pitched this to our Sales Team to give us their 'must-haves...
  8. Fitting Cooper Bonnet Stripes and Signatures
    Categories: Mini Servicing, Services at Mini Sport & Mini Cooper

    Fitting Cooper Bonnet Stripes and Signatures

    We recommend professional fitment for best results. Mini Cooper Bonnet Stripes - Part no MCPDAF10382/10383 1 . Wash vehicle to remove dirt, dust and any greasy residue from previous decals or stripes. Brake cleaner or T-CUT type products can be used for cleaning the paint surface. 2. Cooper Bonnet Stripes can be adhered either using wet method or dry method...
  9. Detailing Your Mini!
    Categories: Mini Servicing & Services at Mini Sport

    Detailing Your Mini!

    Our next blog on ‘Home Servicing’ can be undertaken by ANYONE, no matter your level of Mini expertise! Get your Mini concourse ready by washing and polishing your Mini – all it takes is a decent detailing kit, and a little elbow grease of course! You could even get your kids involved (same household of course) as a much-needed break...
  10. Mini Cooper 500 gets John Cooper Conversion!
    Categories: Mini Sport News & Services at Mini Sport

    Mini Cooper 500 gets John Cooper Conversion!

      Our next project is getting underway here at Mini Sport this week... We are joined by one of the last ever Mini Cooper 500's! A new purchase to Alex, only collecting his Mini Cooper this week, no time is being wasted! Our very excited customer is already going all out to get this beauty ready for Summer! Thinking ahead...

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