Mini Cooper 2014- F55, F56

Headunit Installation Requirements

You will need

Facia - Single DIN : 

Required

Steering Wheel Control Harness: 

Required, also requires radio brand specific patch lead

Primary Harness: 

Required, may require a secondary harness

Antenna Adaptor: 

Required

Additional Products

Antenna: 

Available
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About this Vehicle

Dates: 

Jan 2014 & Onwards

Manufacturer: 

  • Mini

Sub-Model: 

F55, F56

Chassis Type: 

  • Convertible
  • Coupe
  • Hatchback

Place of Origin: 

United Kingdom

Tags: 

  • F55
  • F56
  • Mini Cooper
  • Hatchback

Mini Cooper

The third generation Mini was unveiled by BMW in November 2013, with sales starting in the first half of 2014. The new car is 98 mm longer, 44 mm wider, and 7 mm taller than the outgoing model, with a 28 mm longer wheelbase and an increase in track width (+42 mm front and +34 mm rear). The increase in size results in a larger interior and a boot volume increase to 211 litres.

Information provided by: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mini_Hatch#Third_generation_.28F55_.2F_F56.29_.282014.E2.80.93present.29

Wiring Information
Factory Alpine FC6000N used an APA60 antenna adapter

TPMS: If the oem unit is removed from an R56 Cooper, and a tyre is replaced, the only way to reset the tpms is with the oem unit connected. tpms works after a stereo upgrade, but if a tyre is replaced the monitoring system needs to be reset.