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Battery Replacement and Battery Tender Installation
 
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Pelican Technical Article:

Battery Replacement and Battery Tender Installation

Time:

30 mins

Tab:

$30 to $150

Talent:

**

Tools:

10mm and 13mm sockets

Applicable Models:

R50 MINI Cooper Hatchback (2002-06)
R52 MINI Cooper Convertible (2005-08)
R52 MINI Cooper S Convertible (2005-08)
R53 MINI Cooper S Hatchback (2002-06)

Parts Required:

New battery and battery tender

Hot Tip:

Always disconnect the GROUND terminal first.

Performance Gain:

Electrical system works better

Complementary Modification:

clean battery tray
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At one time or another, everyone may have problems starting their MINI. The first place to look for trouble in your starting system is your battery. The battery is perhaps the most important electrical component on the car, and due to its design and nature, is perhaps one of the most troublesome. Before doing anything drastic like replacing your starter or looking at your fuel injection ECU, you should make sure that your battery is in good condition.

Begin by checking the voltage on the battery posts using a voltmeter. Place the meter's probes on the posts of the battery, not the clamps. This will give the most accurate indication of the voltage in the battery. A normal battery should read a voltage slightly above 12 volts with the car sitting still, and no electrical devices on. (Don't worry about the door lights, they hardly make a dent). A typical reading would be in the 12.6-volt range when the battery is fully charged. If the reading is 12 volts or less, then the battery needs charging or needs to be replaced with a new one. To be certain, you can take your battery to your local auto parts store for testing.

When the car is running, the alternator should be outputting anywhere from about 12.5 volts to about 14.5 volts. If you don't see any significant change in the voltage after you start up the car, then your alternator could be faulty. If the voltage is high at the battery (around 17 volts or higher), then the alternator's regulator is most likely faulty and needs to be replaced. Overcharging the battery at these higher levels may cause it to overflow and leak acid all over the inside of your car. See Project 50 for instructions on how to replace the alternator.

Do not ever disconnect the battery ground strap from the battery while the car is running. The battery acts as an electrical capacitor and filter on the entire electrical system, and the car's electrical components expect it to be there, even if it doesn't hold a charge. Disconnecting the battery terminals while the engine is running can seriously damage the computers and systems of the car.

Once you have determined that your battery is fine, you should make sure that your engine ground strap is properly installed. The engine and transmission are mounted to the chassis using rubber mounts. While great for the suspension, the rubber mounts make lousy electrical conductors. To compensate for this, there is an engine ground strap that electrically connects the transmission and engine assembly to the chassis, located inside the engine compartment. Check the strap to make sure it's not corroded or damaged. Make sure that you clean both ends of the strap and the areas that it mounts to on the chassis. With all electrical connections, it's a good idea to clean the area that you are mounting to with rubbing alcohol, and also to sand the area lightly with some fine-grit sandpaper or a wire brush. Doing so will remove any dirt, grime, surface rust, or other corrosion that may interfere with creating a good electrical connection. While you're at it, clean up the battery terminals as well in a similar manner.

If you have discovered that your battery is weak and needs replacement then you need to replace it. Follow the steps in the photos of this project. When purchasing a new battery, I recommend the newer-style sealed or "maintenance free" types. Sealed batteries may be more prone to damage when you deep cycle them (let them run all the way down), but require less preventative maintenance. Be sure to purchase a battery that has the same group number and CCA rating (Cold Cranking Amps). Check the freshness date on the battery that you are purchasing and avoid any batteries that are more than six months old.

You disconnect the battery by disconnecting the negative, or ground lead from the battery. Always disconnect the negative or ground lead first: if you disconnect the positive / hot lead, there is a chance that your tool may touch the metal chassis. This will result in a short circuit which would be quite dangerous. The worst case scenario would probably be where your wrench hit the chassis, was instantly welded there by the current, and then the battery overheated and exploded, because you couldn't break the connection. In other words, be sure to disconnect the ground first.

Leaving your lights on in your car can seriously damage the battery. Automotive batteries are not typically deep cycle batteries, which means they do not like to be fully discharged. If you leave your lights on and drain your battery several times, then you will weaken it each time and have to replace it sooner than later. If you need to jump start your battery, then you should refer to the section in your MINI's owner's manual. The procedure is very straightforward and very similar to other cars.

After you disconnect your battery, the DME computer will lose some of its history memory used for adapting the fuel injection system. As a result, the idle may fluctuate, and the fuel injection mixture may be slightly off as the car relearns its settings.

Probably the best way to protect your battery from drain and damage is to install a trickle-charger / battery maintainer on it. This charger plugs into the wall when you are not using the car, and constantly monitors the battery, charging it as needed when the voltage runs down. Every car battery has internal electrical leakage that will cause it to become fully discharged over time if not properly maintained. A trickle charger can keep your battery fresh year-round, even if you don't drive the car for months at a time. Beware of cheap chargers though, as they can accidentally overcharge your battery, causing more harm than good. The trickle charger I like to use in all of my cars is the Battery Tender, available for $40-$60 at PelicanParts.com.

(R50 Cooper) Shown here is the battery box for the R50 Cooper which is located under the hood.
Figure 1

(R50 Cooper) Shown here is the battery box for the R50 Cooper which is located under the hood.

(R50 Cooper) Pull the weather-stripping off the top edge of the battery box cover as shown here (green arrow).
Figure 2

(R50 Cooper) Pull the weather-stripping off the top edge of the battery box cover as shown here (green arrow). Then press the two cover retaining clips on either side to release the cover (purple arrows). Once removed, the battery is directly below.

(R50 Cooper) Disconnect the battery by loosening the 10mm clamp on the negative terminal first (green arrow).
Figure 3

(R50 Cooper) Disconnect the battery by loosening the 10mm clamp on the negative terminal first (green arrow). Once loose, pull the terminal up and off the battery. Next loosen the 10mm clamp on the positive battery terminal (purple arrow). Lift the terminal up and off the battery. Remove the vent tube from the side of the battery (blue arrow). You now should be able to just pull the battery up and out of the battery box.

(R53 Cooper S) The procedure for removing the battery is similar to the one on the R50, however, the battery is located in the rear trunk under the carpeting.
Figure 4

(R53 Cooper S) The procedure for removing the battery is similar to the one on the R50, however, the battery is located in the rear trunk under the carpeting. Remove the carpeting and pull the positive terminal cover off the battery (green arrow).

(R53 Cooper S) When removing the battery from the Cooper S, be sure to remove the negative terminal first (green arrow), then the positive (purple arrow).
Figure 5

(R53 Cooper S) When removing the battery from the Cooper S, be sure to remove the negative terminal first (green arrow), then the positive (purple arrow). Now remove the 10mm nut (yellow arrow) and the long 10mm/Phillips head screw holding the battery clamp in place (blue arrow). Disconnect the battery vent tube (red arrow) and lift the battery out of the car.

(R53 Cooper S) In thisPicture you can see the battery tender wiring attached to the battery.
Figure 6

(R53 Cooper S) In thisPicture you can see the battery tender wiring attached to the battery. All you need to do is remove the two 10mm nuts on the battery terminals and add the ring terminals underneath (green arrows). Just remember that red is positive and black is negative. Once the wiring is attached, you just need to plug the harness into the transformer which plugs into the wall (yellow arrow).

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Comments and Suggestions:
Ms Mini Comments: Hi! I have a 2013 mini convertible and I'm a little confused about my trickle charger options presented by the dealership-
1. Raise hood- part is $73 and labor makes it a $267 job
2. They say I can pick plug placement, part remains $73 but labor cost could increase any recommendations on where to place the plug and does this sound like a typical cost for this type of job?
3. Should I purchase a trickle charger on my own and find a shop to install?

I'm trying to take care of all the details and prove to my husband I can deal with the car; Thanks!

December 28, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: shouldn't take more than an hour to install the one in article. You can get a battery tender from pelican parts, then either install yourself or have a local shop do it. Give The Pelican Parts parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need.
- Nick at Pelican Parts
 
jordan Comments: Does a 2005 Mini Convertible need to be programmed after battery replacement, or is that only for later models? thanks
November 18, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Only later models. Not yours. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
sam Comments: Hi guys I have a 2005 R53 mini cooper supercharge so the Satnav burned out had it fixed but when I drove the car last week the same thing happen again there was white smoke coming from the satnav. My Husband says he thinks that I keep my foot to log on the clutch I don't think that could be the problem. I am not use to the car and drive it very seldom but when ever my husband drive it this does not happen
The mechanic check very thing and fixed all the loose wires
I am at my worse en so t seems that I cant drive my own car please any idea what can be wrong.
October 18, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: I would assume there is a short in the system. I would inspect the wiring harness for signs of rubbing or wear. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Mr rj Comments: Hi,i have 2003 r50 mini cooper,the problem is speedometer
Appear EP at gear indicator,car not moving nicely like used third gear without changing,can u advise me,its about battery or other else part problems,tq rj
October 5, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: If battery voltage is low, it could cause an issue. check the transmission ECM for fault codes. If the system is not working properly, a fault code will be set. This will be your best bet when diagnosing.
- Nick at Pelican Parts
 
Agustin Comments: I 2008 Mini Clubman stalled and then it wouldnt start. Tried getting a jump start but wouldnt give so i changed the battery. Had to get it towed home because it doesn't turn over. My mini shows an orange Key symbol on the dash. It has no slash in it. I called the dealer and they said it's probably because my battery has to be registered?
What's that got to do with not starting and the KEY symbol?
September 12, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: The vehicle will start even if the battery is not registered. I would guess the key is not being recognized. If you have a second key, try it. If not, you will need to read the vehicle fault codes. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
kendiggy Comments: My son has a 2010 mini, and today we were installing an amplifier for a subwoofer in it. At one point I disconnected the battery to connect the power wire. Long story short, we didn't get the amp working, but now the car is idling funny, the power steering keeps going in and out, speedometer stopped working and pretty much every warning light on the dash is on! I don't understand how losing power could do all that. Do you think it's a coincidence? I've read that they have problems with the power steering pump, and when we took it to the parts store, one of the fault codes said it was an intermittent speed sensor failure. He thinks I did it, but I have no idea how I could have done that. Do these cars have issues with faults when you replace the battery?
August 26, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: You probably caused a short while working on the vehicle. Either blowing a fuse or damaging a control module.

I would start by checking the vehicle for fault codes. If the system is not working properly, a fault code will be set. This will be your best bet when diagnosing.
- Nick at Pelican Parts
 
Nathan Duby Comments: 2006 Mini Cooper s that was shorted out by a hanger sliding over the battery while driving "facepalm". Replaced the blown mega 200amp. Car starts. With a jump. Battery tested good. Tested car with new working battery. These Sames issues happen. Car starts gets jumping voltage at battery. Alternator smells like burning electronics we think. Battery light comes on. Coolant and gas gauges move randomly and rpm garage will stop. Warning lights will come and go. Abs, trac, service engine now, etc. power steering works off and on same for as. Waiting to get car towed home. And help would be great. Will pull codes with a scanner as soon as possible.
June 5, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: The alternator may be shorted. The tough thing about a short like this is you will have to work through each issue as you find them. Start with fault codes. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
anders Comments: replaced battery on mini one 1600 petrol now wont start just bleeps
May 29, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Check the cable connections and battery voltage. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Zazen Comments: I have a Mini One 1.4 diesel 2004 with a central locking issue. The key fob buttons don't activate the central locking, have to use the key in the lock, all doors etc then lock, but no alarm is set, when I sit inside with the doors shut and operate the dash door lock switch, all but the drivers door locks. I've replaced the key fob battery and re-initialised the key to no avail, the alarm doesn't appear to be working at all either, any suggestions please?
March 14, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: using a MINI scan tool, does the control module see the remote key? - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Tonyn614 Comments: I have a 05 mini convertible with a dead battery. Will replacing the battery require registration?
March 10, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: It should not. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Tom Comments: I replaced my battery with gel type. My idle is high now 1500rpms when warm. Is this a battery registration issue? 2004 Cooler S R53
March 6, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Unlikely. Your vehicle does not require registration. The high idle is probably a coincidence. Check for vacuum leaks and fault codes. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
FrustratedMini Comments: I have an 02 mini. I have changed the power steering pump, alternator, and battery. My battery still does not hold a charge. My ABS and ACS lights come on intermittently. Mechanic thought draw on battery was coming from power steering pump. They disconnected. Still have electrical issues. Thoughts?
March 1, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: You may have a parasitic draw. You'll want to monitor the draw on the battery when the vehicle is asleep. Here is a list of the specifications (E90 is similar to MINI): http://autotechdiagnostics.com /?p=185
Once you confirm there is a draw. You will have to isolate the circuit with the draw. Then determine which components on that circuit is causing the draw You can isolate by removing fuses. be sure to have all the latches on the doors and hood closed (pin switches) so the vehicle will sleep during testing. If it wakes up, you will have to wait until it goes to sleep again. - Nick at Pelican Parts
 
Greg Comments: Hi my name is greg and I bought some valve cover bolts from you guys last week.My queston is i bought the car knowing I had to rebuild the motor whitch I did.I never tryed to start it sense the battery was no good.I need to get a new battery my queston is there anything I need to do when I install a battery and turn the key on for the first time?Its a 05 non s mini.
February 13, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: No, just install a good battery and start the vehicle. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Pat Comments: Had my 2011 mini jumped started twice after the battery died in the past 3 weeks. first time went without a hitch, the second jump however did not go so good. the Windows are stuck all the way down, the blinkers don't work, the headlights cannot be turned off, and most of the inside lights are off. The car runs fine otherwise. Could it be that the battery needs to be replaced or is it my worse fears...
January 25, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Something may have shorted during the jump. Cables may have been crossed. Electrical modules or fuses may have failed. Start by checking the vehicle for fault codes. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
harm1045 Comments: I had Autozone replace my battery today. The car started right after, but I let it sit a few minutes and now it won't start again. Is there any way to start the car to get it back home without the code from the dealer?
January 3, 2016
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: You h ave to figure out why it discharged again. That is step 1. Once you find the problem. Charge the battery, then have it programmed. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Pat NC Comments: When replacing batteries on the new cars with all the electronics. I simply put a trickle charger on the terminals prior to removing first the negative then the positive. I then replace the battery with no memory loss. No programming required. Car never knows the battery was replaced.
December 12, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: I would not do that. If you have a spike in voltage or A/C voltage from the charger, damage to the electrical system can occur. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
zzinglish Comments: My 06 S I've had less than 2 yrs with water cooled battery 😠 auto fills the boot well - last time almost to spillover, making a huge cleanup op again, done 1st along with new batt install last May. Can the large orange resistor R of batt survive being submerged? And if not do you have this? My DSC & SES are both on also. Will batt disconnect clear these if caused by water?
September 12, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Usually they do not survive the watering. Give our parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need.
- Nick at Pelican Parts
 
Mike Comments: I see that Mini wants to charge us ninety minutes of labor to run their Mini Scan Tool and reset the battery registration. Pelican Parts sells regular ODB II readers as the "Mini Scan Tool". Can I just reset the battery registry using an ODB II reader I already own? How would I go about doing that?
August 23, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: No, you need an advanced MINI scan tool. An ODBII tool will not work. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Blackrock1 Comments: my friend bought a 2009 Mini and the battery went out so is this year need a reset to charge right? Its a 4 dr...
June 17, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: R56 models need to have the battery registered using a MINI scan tool. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
KMINI Comments: I just was charged $370 for a new battery for my standard hard-top 2010 MINI by the dealership. The service representative explained that the cost was from using a factory battery and that the MINI required reprogramming after installation. Did I get ripped off or is this reasonable? The only reason I didn't got to Autozone was because the batter is encased in a panel that goes up to the windshield and around the wipes. I wasn't sure that they would be willing to take it off.
June 3, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Depends region really and labor cost, etc. It sounds pretty close to normal. The battery can be well over $150 and then you need an hour or programming. Autozone would not be able to enter the battery registration data, unless they have an advanced MINI scan tool. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
lynxx Comments: Hi, D-Lo. I had a similar problem when I bought a battery from the AAA guy. Next day no electric, not even for key and lights. Found a loodr battery cable. Now it's happening again.
My goodl mechanic says the the cheapo AAA battery has terminas that are very slightly smaller than the OeM cables.
April 21, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the additional info. We appreciate it.
- Nick at Pelican Parts
 
pat Comments: can you show us how the R56 mini 2007 battery is replaced?
March 19, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff:
We don't currently have that tech article. If we get a chance to perform the procedure, we will be sure to document it.

I would grab a repair manual. It will have the procedure, special tools and torque specs.

Give our parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. - Nick at Pelican Parts
 
Danie Comments: After doing some investigation, I found out and checked that my Mini Cooper 2007 is not fitted with the IBS intelligent battery sensor on the negative lead of the battery. My understanding is that programming is only necessary if this sensor is fitted. What are the consequences if the battery is not registered/programming not done? Looking at the service history, the battery was replaced just over a year ago at the Mini agent.
March 11, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: If a battery that requires registration is not registered, the charging plan will be off and the new battery may fail prematurely. Due to plan being adapted for the old battery.

Check if your vehicle requires it and have it performed if needed. - Nick at Pelican Parts
 
Deb Comments: Just replaced the battery in 2002 Cooper, and the battery light is still lit on the dash. Is there something else I need to do or check?
March 10, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Have you checked if the alternator is charging? - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Danie Comments: I have a 2007 Mini Cooper. The battery needs to be replaced. Is this a straight swop or does it require some programming as stated on various forums on the internet?
March 9, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: When a new battery is installed, it has to be registered. That is at times referred to as programming. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Avi Comments: You said the car will have to relearn it's settings after replacing the battery. So does this mean an ECU reset isn't necessary after replacing the battery ? My battery just went and I actually picked up a new one from MINI, but have yet to install it because of the weather. Thank you for your help.
February 5, 2015
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: What year and model MINI? - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Papa412 Comments: There is nothing missing from the system. When I wrote the nothing happened I meant that the engine would not even turn over. I have since "jumped" the starter and the engine ran fine. I just cannot figure out why it will not turn over when I turn the ignition key. Could I be missing a ground somewhere? The only ground wire that I can see is on the passenger side engine mount. I have not done a diagnostic for codes yet because I need to get a code reader which I will do tomorrow. Thanks for your help.
December 19, 2014
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: OK, I didn't get that from your original message.

I would start by voltage drop testing the battery cable to the starter and the engine ground. If they are OK, check if the starter is getting a start signal. If it is not, the start may be blocked by immobiliser. At that point, a fault code with help guide you to the area of the failure. - Nick at Pelican Parts
 
Norman0821 Comments: Last yearin Florida I bought a new Mini 08 battery from Godyear. It fit fine and it ran fine. Left for 6 months on a trickle charger hooked up as shown in your pictures, attached to the positive and negative and pluged into the wall outlet. When I returned the battery was dead and would not take a charge...the cells were dead. Good year replaced at no charge under warranty so I'm afraid to do that again this year. Any suggestions as to what could have happened/
December 19, 2014
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Could have been a faulty battery or the trickle charger killed the battery. Try a higher quality trickle charger and remove the battery from the vehicle. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
Papa412 Comments: I just rebuilt the motor in my 2006 MCS and tried to turn it over for the first time, all the bells and whistles came on in the cabin but when I turned the key nothing happened. I checked the starter and it works fine. Any suggestions?
December 19, 2014
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: I can't help without knowing what is missing from the system when you are trying to start it. When your engine doesn’t start you’ll want to check the basics. Check spark, fuel injector pulse and fuel pressure, volume and quality. Are there any fault codes? Once you figure out what is missing, it will be easier to diagnose.
- Nick at Pelican Parts
 
matt 2902 Comments: I have changed the battery on my 2002 BMW Mini one but since restarting it the speedometer, fuel gauge and temperature gauge are now not working. checked fuses and all appear fine. Any idea's
November 2, 2014
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Did you accidentally connect the battery backward? If not, check the vehicle for fault codes. The issue may be unrelated. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
o2bnkc Comments: I just replaced the battery and the car starts fine, but the check engine light is on. What's up with that? Thanks
September 27, 2014
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: DOn't know, maybe a part failed, coincidentally. I would start by checking the DME for fault codes. If the system is not working properly, a fault code will be set. This will be your best bet when diagnosing.
- Nick at Pelican Parts
 
mahalo mini Comments: to replace my battery on my 2008 mini cooper s, i had to remove the cowl cover. now, i'm having trouble replacing it. It comes in two pieces and the seal is brittle. Should i replace with a new one. The the wipers would have to be removed. help in honolulu
September 20, 2014
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: If it is broken, I would suggest replacing it. You don't want it coming loose and interfering with the wipers.- Nick at Pelican Parts  
D-Lo Comments: I have a 2005 MCS convertible, AAA replaced the battery 10/13, I recently had a starting issue. My Mini mechanic told me it is the wrong battery, and said I need to replace the main battery cable and the battery. I decided to contact AAA to get the correct battery, due to the warranty still current. AAA says it is the right battery! Is there a specific battery I should get?
August 3, 2014
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: What is the part number or model of the battery AAA installed? This is the MINI part# 61218377139.- Nick at Pelican Parts  
Tom Comments: I can not grab the battery in the compartment to get it out after taking off the +- cable and the bar across the top. it is a small batter and no exposed side allow me to grab it. Is there a battery grabber?
June 16, 2014
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Yes there is. I have been using one for quite some time. It is a friction style clamp with a handle. Give our parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. They can help you find the right tool. - Nick at Pelican Parts  
wylieblue Comments: There should be a vent outlet small right-angle plastic adaptor. If you don't vent , you may get rotten egg smell in the car.
November 5, 2013
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: You are right. Any battery that is mounted inside the vehicle cabin has to be vented properly.
Thanks for the input on this one. We appreciate the help. - Nick at Pelican Parts
 
CHILI Comments: I bought a auto zone battery for my 2006 mini cooper s. it fits fine except I do not see anywhere to hookup the grey vent tube. do I need this?
November 4, 2013
  Followup from the Pelican Staff: Yes you do. There should be a hole or a slot for a vent tube adapter. If it isn't obvious, contact autozone and have them show you where it is. - Nick at Pelican Parts  

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