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You can also go to this BMW [http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=RE33&mospid=48021&btnr=11_3394&hg=11&fg=18|site] and select the year, model etc. of your MINI and you then get pull owndown menus for all the main partssections of the car I use it a lot for my 2007 Cooper S and find it to be a valuable source for part numbersnumbers as well as an idea of what parts go where and how they interconnect.
You can also go to this BMW [http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=RE33&mospid=48021&btnr=11_3394&hg=11&fg=18|site] and select the year, model etc. of your MINI and you then get pull owndown menus for all the main partssections of the car I use it a lot for my 2007 Cooper S and find it to be a valuable source for part numbersnumbers as well as an idea of what parts go where and how they interconnect.
 
The link will take you to a belt that is for a 2005 MINI that I picked at random, you can backtrack to the first page and enter the data specific to your car. If you enter the last 7 digits of your VIN it will save you a lot of typing.
 
Good luck

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You can also go to this BMW [url=http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=RE33&mospid=48021&btnr=11_3394&hg=11&fg=18]site[/urlhttp://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=RE33&mospid=48021&btnr=11_3394&hg=11&fg=18|site] and select the year, model etc. of your MINI and you then get pull own menus for all the main parts of the car I use it a lot for my 2007 Cooper S and find it to be a valuable source for part numbers.
You can also go to this BMW [url=http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=RE33&mospid=48021&btnr=11_3394&hg=11&fg=18]site[/urlhttp://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=RE33&mospid=48021&btnr=11_3394&hg=11&fg=18|site] and select the year, model etc. of your MINI and you then get pull own menus for all the main parts of the car I use it a lot for my 2007 Cooper S and find it to be a valuable source for part numbers.
 
The link will take you to a belt that is for a 2005 MINI that I picked at random, you can backtrack to the first page and enter the data specific to your car. If you enter the last 7 digits of your VIN it will save you a lot of typing.
 
Good luck

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You can also go to this BMW [url=http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=RE33&mospid=48021&btnr=11_3394&hg=11&fg=18]site[/url] and select the year, model etc.  of your MINI and you then get pull own menus for all the main parts of the car I use it a lot for my 2007 Cooper S and find it to be a valuable source for part numbers.

The link will take you to a belt that is for a 2005 MINI that I picked at random, you can backtrack to the first page and enter the data specific to your car. If you enter the last 7 digits of your VIN it will save you a lot of typing.

Good luck

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