1. Sarah

    Sarah New Member

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    Hi am sarah and I own a beautiful 2009 cooper convertable
    I have a few questions I can't find answers on internet so this is were I landed
    Any help would be greatly appreciated
    1/ I have a warning triangle (orange) next to my trip counter. I have looked thru the set/info and can't seem to find what it's for
    2/ when you are sitting in passenger seat just to the left of your head the convertable roof creaks it's annoying lol
    Any help would be great x X sarah
     
  2. wjosh45

    wjosh45 Member

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    Sarah,

    Welcome to MA. Can't wait to see pics of the car. I don't know for sure but maybe able to help.

    Regarding Q1: is there anything inside the warning triangle? Usually it's a "snowflake" (means below freezing) or "!" Which means service is due (this is usually red). My guess is it's cold outside.

    Regarding Q2: I don't have a vert so can't help there.


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  3. MCS02

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    Welcome to MA!
     
  4. 00Mini

    00Mini Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to Motoring Alliance !!
     
  5. wmwny

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    Welcome to M/A! :Thumbsup:

    I'm a Generation 1 owner and cannot be of any help to you, but there are plenty of Generation 2 owners here who will be able to answer your questions. Good luck, and keep enjoying your new-to-you ride!
     
  6. mrntd

    mrntd Well-Known Member
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    Welcome Aboard!

    On question 2. Sometimes the rubber seals are dirty or dry and rub together in a way to make noise. Try cleaning the seals in the windshield header and the top header and use your favorite rubber trim treatment on them. Convertibles i've had in the past have had this issue.
     

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