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Mini Installation Instructions
The installation time is approx. 0.5 hours, but this may vary depending on the condition of the car and the equipment in it.
Retrofit / Installation kit No. 63 12 0 140 504
The retrofit kit is for use within the dealership organisation only.
The target group for these installation instructions is specialist staff trained on MINI cars.
All servicing, repair and installation work on MINI cars is completed at your own risk. All work is to be carried out using current MINI
– Repair manuals – Circuit diagrams
in a rational order using the prescribed tools (special tools) and observing current health and safety regulations.
The tightening torque values for screw connections must be observed to the letter. If no tightening torque values are given, they are to be taken from the Technical Information System (TIS).
The BMW Group cannot accept any liability for damage caused by a failure to follow the work sequence and safety instructions. In addition all warranty claims against the BMW Group will be rendered void if your install and handle the product in a way other than as set out in the installation instructions.
Required tools and equipment
Allen key 3 mm
Twist drill Ø 3 mm, Ø 7.1 mm, Ø 13 mm
Riveter for blind rivets with internal threads
Manual deburring tool
|a Fire extinguisher F1 G||1|
|b Tensioning strap||1|
|d Self-tapping screw 4.2 x 19||1|
|e Sealing blind rivet with internal thread M5 x 20||1|
|f Fillister head screw M5 x 20||1|
|g MI fire extinguisher||1|
 Scribe the dimension 160 mm from the centre point (4) of the front securing screw along the line (1) connecting the securing screws (2) for the side trim on the left side of the boot (3).
Check the position of the scribed point by putting the holder c in place. When you do this, the fastening holes for the holder c must line up with the centre point of the front securing screw and the scribed point.
Punch the scribed point, drill a pilot hole through the side trim (2) and the body panel with a Ø 3 mm bit (1) then drill the final hole with a Ø 7.1 mm bit.
Remove both screws (1) and the cover (2) of the left side trim in the boot (3). ↑
Always take appropriate precautions when clamping the spacer (1) in order to avoid damaging the paintwork of the body panel.
Clamp a suitable spacer (1) between the body panel (2) and the side trim (3) so the distance between the hole (4) drilled in the body panel and the hole (5) drilled in the side trim is about 10 mm.
Drill out the hole (5) in the side trim using a Ø 13 mm bit, taking care not to damage the Ø 7.1 mm hole drilled in the body panel. Deburr the edges of both holes. Also deburr the inside of the Ø 7.1 mm hole drilled in the body panel and treat it with the anti-corrosion measures set out in BMW specifications. Release the clamping effect by removing the spacer (1). Fit back on the rear screw and the cover of the left side trim in the boot.
 Use the riveter for blind rivets with internal threads (1) to insert the sealing blind rivet with internal thread e into the hole drilled in the body panel.
Connect the tensioning strap b to the holder c and make sure that the positioning pin (1) of the tensioning strap b engages in the hole in the holder c.
Use the positioning pin (2) of the holder c to align the holder c and the tensioning strap b in the direction of the rear seat backrest (3) at both screw connection points. Tighten the front screw connection point of the holder c using the self-tapping screw d. Tighten the rear screw connection point of the holder c using the fillister head screw f, tightening torque 2.5 Nm. ↑
Fit the fire extinguisher a onto the holder c with its handle pointing towards the rear sear backrest (1). Make sure that the positioning pin (2) of the holder c engages in the hole in the fire extinguisher A. Put on the tensioning strap b and close the clasp (3). When you close the clasp (3), make sure that you hear both locking bars engage.