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Genuine OEM Part MINI Cooper Transmission CVT Automatic OEM Gen1 R50 R52 non-S

MINI Cooper Transmission CVT Automatic OEM Gen1 R50 R52 non-S

MINI Cooper Transmission CVT Automatic OEM Gen1 R50 R52 non-S
Selected: Cooper non-S
Part No: NMD1016
$4713.99
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Specially Priced. Discounts Do Not Apply.
This Item has a $1800.00 core charge.
Fits the following:
MINI (2002-Current)
Select variations below for more information:
MINI factory replacement CVT Automatic tranmsission. This is a direct replacement for the GACVT16Z CVT automatic transmission.

For the following models with the automatic transmission:

2002-2006 R50 MINI Cooper Hatchback (non-S model)
2005-2008 R52 MINI Cooper Convertibles (non-S model)

When installing a new CVT transmission, there is a set procedure for initial operation and the adaptation values need to be reset. Professional installation is therefore strongly recommended.

For a listing of all available CVT parts, click here.

Oversized freight charges apply.

Transmission is typically shipped 'dry' - fluid not included.

Transmission orders require a refundable Core Charge. This Core Charge is refunded after a 'complete', fully assembled, rebuildable Core is returned. Some or all of the Core Charge may be forfeited if the Core is incomplete, dis-assembled, or un-rebuildable (has catastrophic damage such as a hole in the side of the housing). Customer is responsible for proper packaging and return shipping costs.

Factory remanufactured transmissions come with a 2-year unlimited mile limited warranty from MINI. Diagnosis for warranty claims must be performed by a MINI dealership.

 
 
Question:
Did a motor swap on a 2005 Mini Cooper R50 1.6 none s cvt trans..... the problem I am having after installing the cv axles. The driver side seems to not go in all the way and leaks fluid I have even pulled the driver side CV axle three different times and have also replaced the seals. And everytime after moving the car there is a leak.. does the driver side have to go in before the passenger? or does it have to be in neutral or some type of weird combo for putting this axle in. I have tried everything the axle seems to be completely in and the seal is done correctly and every time its reinstalled no matter what I do or how I do it it... leaks from the driver side. What is going on?
Answer:
Here are a couple of lines from the install procedure that might be pertinent:

"Depress special tool 24 8 120 on shaft seal. Make sure the tool fits over the sealing ring lip so that the sealing ring is protected when the drive shaft is inserted."

"Push drive shaft over the resistance of snap ring. The drive shaft must snap audibly into place."

Mini Mania Tech Team

The MINI Cooper Parts and Accessories Experts

 
 
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