2010 Mini Cooper Power Loss

Oct 2021 | 3 comments

This 2010 Mini Cooper arrived with the MIL on and a complaint that the vehicle lacked power since having the air intake system upgraded. The vehicle had numerous faults stored in the DME.

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3 Comments

  1. Pete Moler

    You never mentioned it, but I assume you switched the mass air meter around in the correct orientation?

    • Automotive Tech Info

      Hi Pete,
      Yes, between time marks 3:16-3:20, Scott describes how the vehicle was brought “back in, flip the Mass Air Meter around and take it out for another test drive.”

  2. Raymech

    Thanks Scott, excellent presentation!

    Ray Yergeau

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