Products 1-48 of 75
Item #: SEL0057 -
Battery cut-off switch. FIA approved. Most race sanctioning bodies require the use of this special (diode protection device) cut out allowing the switching off whilst the engine is running without damaging the electrics.
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Item #: ALA6640 -
Metal trim surround as fitted to Mk2 and later cars. Used in conjunction with switch panel ALE2960.
Item #: 13H3735HD -
Beginning in 1976, the brake pressure switch was fitted to the pedal box location. This premium example should have a longer life expectancy than the standard.
Item #: C16062 -
If your Mini has no brake lights the switch is the most likely culprit. The pressure of the brake fluid activates this switch which screws into a fitting on the
Item #: C16062HD -
The pressure of the brake fluid activates this switch, which screws into the banjo fitting on the front subframe on the right side.
Item #: GLB280 -
Quite possibly the smallest light bulb you'll ever see! Unique style on the early Mini and Morris Minor feature is the stalk-mounted turn signal indicator; 47H5200 is the lens, GLB280
Item #: YWC10050 -
Pink relay as used from 1985-1996 for Dim-Dip control. Has 7 flat spade connectors, of which 2 are for locating the part in its socket. Found behind or
Item #: 34790 -
Floor-mounted headlamp dimmer switch. This is the smaller of the two versions of this switch, but will interchange with the other switch.
Item #: 31800 -
Larger of the two floor-mounted headlamp dimmer switches found on the Mini. Used on early Mk1 Minis. Wires are connected with set screws instead of spades.
Item #: YUE10003 -
This is the switch that fitted into the A post to turn the interior light on and off. Mk1-Mk2 cars will require some modification to fit.
Item #: YWL10010 -
Late Mini temperature sending unit. This unit screws into the thermostat housing "sandwich" plate. Fits Cooper to 92, Metric 8mm thread. Wiring harness. Genuine Rover.
Item #: GFU2208 -
Three-prong flasher unit that operates both turn signals and hazard light on 1991 and later Minis. Mounted to speedometer cluster brackets behind dash.
Item #: GFU2204 -
Flasher for hazard lights on some Mini models. Two (2) terminals.
Item #: 13H8200 -
Rocker hazard switch with six round pin connectors. Fits 1976-2000 Minis.
Item #: PM07 -
This plug and small harness facilitates repair of 1976-on headlamp switches with three (3) round pin connections. Sold each.
Item #: 1H9077 -
Original style bat handle two-position toggle switch for headlamps in Mk1 and Mk2 Mini.
Item #: 31799 -
Dashboard mounted ignition switch with off-on-start positions. Reproduction part. Tumbler/keys set sold separately, see 54315070.
Item #: BHM7107 -
Steering-column mount ignition switch, with column-locking mechanism, including keys. Fits English Minis from 1976 through 1996 Single Point Injection (SPi). Reproduction.
Item #: 54315070 -
Lock barrel for dash mounted igntion switch, with two (2) keys. Not included with 31799 ignition switch.
Item #: XPC100200PMP -
Steering column indicator (turn-signal) switch for MPI Minis starting in 1996. Mounts on left side. Quality OEM product.
Item #: CAB300 -
Instrument/gauge illumination socket and bulb. Fits 1/2" diameter installation tube. Replacement bulbs are GLB504. 3-watt bulb included. Penny (in large picture) not included.
Item #: CAB300A -
Instrument/gauge illumination socket and bulb. Fits 3/8" diameter installation tube. Bulb included. Penny (in large picture) not included.
Item #: KEY1 -
FS key blank, as used on most door and boot handles, as well as dash-mounted ignition switches.
Item #: AAU8276A -
Key blank for UK-market Minis with locking ignition, typically 1976 through the 1980s. This is also the replacement key for the currently available BHM7107 ignition swith.
Item #: 47H5200 -
Green lens at the end of the turn signal stalk on Mk1 Mini models. This lens is often damaged or missing. This unique switch feature was one of the charming
Item #: SBO0431 -
Sheet metal adapter panel to reduce the large switch panel opening of Mk2-on lower dash rails to allow installation of Mk1 switch panel.
Item #: BMK1903A -
Nut to retain 13H3735 brake lamp switch in 31G0842 pedal bracket. For cars after hydraulic brake switch.
Item #: YWB10012 -
OEM version 4-blade relay for front spot, fogs indicators and alarm. SPi models and later.
Item #: DRC6525 -
Headlamp control relay for MPi cars. "Dim-Dip" headlamps became mandatory on all cars in the UK in April 1987. the Dim-Dip system made it impossible to drive with only the
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Item #: YWB100970 -
Engine management relay for MPi Minis. Note that this module can be instantly damaged by incorrect installation or other electrical faults on the car.
Item #: YWB10022 -
Engine management relay for SPi Minis. Black box with one large and one small plug. Sits on top of the servo bracket. This is a critical item that can leave
Item #: DRC6554 -
Dim-Dip headlamps became mandatory on all cars in the UK in April 1987. The Dim-Dip system made it impossible to drive with only the parking lights on. For Minis from
Item #: 36557 -
Switch installs into rod change shifter housing to trigger light when reverse is engaged.
Item #: SRB325 -
This solenoid is a large electrically operated switch capable of carrying high starter current. This is the most common type found on Minis until about 1977.
Item #: 13H5952 -
Starter solenoid with two large and two small terminals. Used on Minis from 1977 to 1985.
Item #: SEL0152 -
This type of solenoid was common in the 1960s, and offers the convenience of being able to start or "bump" the engine from under the hood. This feature assists valve timing, tune-ups, etc.
Item #: 17H5260 -
Early Minis had a off-on ignition switch and the start function was in a floor mounted push button switch.
Item #: 8G6027 -
A very nice reproduction of the steering column cover for Mk1 Minis. Includes top and bottom halves. These were found on all early Minis including 850s, Coopers, and even Moke.
Item #: 14A7172 -
Chrome surround to dress up the switch panel on the Mk1 dash.
Item #: SAC0037 -
The "flick" switch extension slips onto the bat-handle toggle switch as found on Mk1 and Mk2 Minis, making the switch easier to reach.
Item #: 11.71.02.01 -
Switch mounting plate for 1959-1962 Austin Seven and Morris Mini-Minor Minis. Different from the later Mk1 switch panel in that it accepts the rheostat-type heater switch instead of a cable.
Item #: ADA3740 -
Switch and cable panel for pre-1963 Mk1 Mini and Cooper models; accepts choke and heater cables, headlight, wiper, and ignition switches. Old English White finish.
Item #: 14E3386 -
Switch panel for later, 1964-1967 Mk1 Mini. Grey.
Item #: 24E7298 -
Switch panel in black as used in Mk1-on Van and Pickup with recirculating heater. Black finish. On some original cars, this was in a crackle finish, so repainting may be
Item #: 24E7299 -
This switch plate fits classic Mini Vans and Pickups 1968-1970, and screws directly to the lower dash rail.
Item #: ALE2960 -
Lower dash rail switch panel as fitted to Mk2 cars and early Mk3, when the ignition switch was found in the center. These have often been "bodged" by previous owners
Item #: 13.71.02.01 -
Switch panel for approximately 1970-1975 Mini with locking ignition switch on top of the column. Has holes for the tall rocker switches, wipers and headlights.
Item #: JPC2839 -
This switch mounting panel accepts four of the smaller rocker switches as used from about 1976-on. See FBX10012 for panel with five switches.