Is This a Fuse Problem or Something Else?

Asked by Sep 25, 2014 at 01:24 AM about the 2010 MINI Cooper Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My battery went dead unexpectedly.  I got one from O'Reilly's and changed it.  Now my
interiior lights are not working along with the turn signals.  The windows won't go up and
down and my doors won't lock.  Is this a fuse a problem?  I have also read that I need to
get the battery registered.  Would that cause these issues?

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Battery registered unlikely and never heard of that. Sounds like someone is pulling your chain.. Sounds like a fuse problem. Find the accessory fuses in the owners manual and check the ones in question hope u know what a blown fuse looks like. Could be a main under the hood.

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Andrews86 did you ever find the problem? The exact same thing happened to my 2010 mini base after i took the negative terminal off today. Thanks Patric!

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2010 Cooper just done the same. Any solution?

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my 2010 clubman do the same , you find the solution? hernanmoreno30@hotmail.com

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I'm having the same problem after removing the negative battery terminal for a few minutes. Does anyone know of a solution?

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No was the wetfoot module ...nex to driver side ...130 in ebay and 100 to reprogram....

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Battery registration is sadly very real. I'm having the same issue after replacing my battery.

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