about a 2004 mini

Asked by Jan 02, 2014 at 03:22 PM about the 2004 MINI Cooper

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hey guys i have 2004 which i just purchase with 44k mile and i live in NYC which has the
worst roads in the world. (pot Holes) every time i hit a bump in the road my car turns off for
a moment and then start again because it still in motion. has anyone ever experience
something like this? and can you tell me what to look for>

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Check your battery and ground connections.

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i just install a new Battery would this be on the battery or on the chassis of the car?

237,865

Check all connections and the cables themselves.

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A few more ideas: Who installed your new battery? If it was a DEALER (seller of batteries OR a TIRE/MINI dealer) take your MINI back to the installer and have them properly test the actual battery to ensure it meets ALL new battery requirements.The battery itself could be faulty and you may then qualify, under the warranty, for a freebie, replacement battery. If YOU did the installation, undo what you did and restart the process again, covering each step carefully, especially ensuring the connections and the cables are properly fitted, as Tom originally suggested. If this doesn’t bring you overall positive results then take the battery back to the seller for for a complete testing. Oh yes, make sure ALL the connection points are clean. I hope these suggestions are helpful and you get your chariot up and running as it should!! LET’S MOTOR!!

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