Where is the OBD2 port in my Mini Countryman (2010 - 2017)

klavkarr OBD Connector

All vehicles are equipped with an OBD port to which you can connect your klavkarr diagnostic case. Sometimes, the most difficult thing is to find this port! In order to save you time, we have made available (for free) the information uploaded by our community of tens of thousands of users.

Since the implementation of the OBD standard, each vehicle has a standard 16-pin connector, as described on our OBD presentation page.

The norm states that the port must be located inside the vehicle passenger compartment. Depending on the make and model, it may or may not be easy to locate.

To diagnose your vehicle yourself, download our EOBD-Facile car diagnostic software.

Go the the Mini
OBD2 car scanner

Use our search engine below to locate your OBD2 port!

OBD connector location for Mini Countryman (2010 - 2017)

You will find below several pictures which will help you find your OBD connector in your car.

Mini Countryman - Dashboard

The OBD II socket is located on the left of the pedals

Go to the OBD2
scanner for MINI
Mini Countryman - Pedals

The OBD diagnostic port is above the footrest

Mini Countryman - OBD port

Here is the OBD port

Those pictures were sent by Eric
Thank you for your contribution

Download the app "Where is my OBD2 port? Find it!"

Where is my OBD2 port? Find it!Our application "Where is my OBD2 port? Find it!" is available on Google Play and on the App Store.

Click on the links below to download it and install it on your smartphone:

  • Download on the App Store
  • Download on Google Play

Is your vehicle not in the list? If you would like to help up add to this page accessible to all, please send us your photos via the app


/location-plug-connector-obd/Mini-countryman-r60 star star star star star 4.5 2 reviews
star star star star star - the 20/12/2021 by JimW
Took a few minutes but I finally realized it was to the left of the pedals and then UP - parallel to the floor. Thanks!
star star star star star - the 18/05/2021 by MiniMan
Is this the same for right-hand-drive vehicles?