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Old 12-04-2017, 02:46 AM
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Default New owner of 2002 cooper s

Hi all,

New to this forum. Just taken on a smart 02 Cooper S, however, a few things have happened recently and I wondered if you could share your thoughts on them.
  1. Drivers wing mirror has been replaced but there is no heat. How do I get that working?
  2. Defrost and air circulator buttons have simultaneously just stopped working. Fuses look good. What could it be?
  3. Putting my foot down to drive. She moves fast but sounds very chain like. Is that normal?
  4. When ever I switch the lights (side & fb position) on there is a repetitive motor sound in the passenger footwell that sounds as if something is stuck and ticking over. Any ideas?
Appreciate the feedback!
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