Pokyny pro instalaci

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
XC90 2012
XC90 (03-) 2012

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Parking assistance, rear




 
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INTRODUCTION

  • Read through all of the instructions before starting installation.

  • Notifications and warning texts are for your safety and to minimise the risk of something breaking during installation.

  • Ensure that all tools stated in the instructions are available before starting installation.

  • Certain steps in the instructions are only presented in the form of images. Explanatory text is also given for more complicated steps.

  • In the event of any problems with the instructions or the accessory, contact your local Volvo dealer.

 
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NOTE! During installation the car and parts must maintain a temperature of at least +20° (68° F).

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  • Clean the sensors. Use: Isopropanol.

  • Allow to dry.

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  • Matt the surface gently. Use:
    Sand paper, grade P1000

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  • Clean the sensors. Use: Isopropanol.

  • Allow to dry.

  • Avoid contact with the cleaned surfaces.

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Caution!

Protect the connections' contact surfaces against paint.


  • Paint the sensors in the same colour code as the vehicle.

  • Use Volvo Touch-up paint. (Only use base coat.)

  • Use: Volvo 2-K Varnish. P/N: 31335447


    Note!

    Also read the instructions on the spray can.


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Caution!

The paint must have dried after the first application.


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    Applies to cars with two rows of seats

  • Fold up the middle, rear floor hatch. Unhook the straps.

  • Remove the storage box underneath and lift it out.

  • Fold back the floor hatch. Pull the floor hatch backwards and lift it out.

    Applies to cars with three rows of seats and integrated carrier bag holder on the underside of the floor hatch

  • Fold up the floor hatch.

  • Detach the two straps on the panel under this. Lift up the rear edge of the panel, fold the floor hatch back towards the panel and lift out the floor hatch with the panel.

    Applies to cars with three rows of seats without an integrated carrier bag holder

  • Fold up the floor hatch at the rear edge and lift it out.

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Applies to all models

    Remove:

  • the three screws in the holder for the battery and lift it out.

  • the battery cover.

  • the holder for the tool bag.

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  • Turn the ignition key to position 0.

  • Disconnect the battery negative lead.


    Note!

    Wait at least 2 minutes before disassembling the connectors or removing other electrical equipment.


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  • Remove the pre-punched pieces (1) from the insulation panel in the rear crossmember by cutting them off at the markings.

  • Remove the four sleeve nuts holding the bumper in place. They are in the holes under the insulation panel. Lift them out and remove them using a magnet

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  • Remove the cover panel under the tail lamps on the right and left sides by carefully prying them loose using a weatherstrip tool.

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  • Disconnect the connector for the fog lamp on the left-hand side. The upper part of the connector must remain on its holder.

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  • Drill out the rivets on the underneath of the front edge using a 6 mm (1/4") drill bit.

    Repeat on opposite side.

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    Applies to cars with mudguards

  • Drill out the two rivets using a 6 mm (1/4") drill bit. Leave the inner rivet in place.

  • Turn the mud guard outwards/downwards.

  • Repeat on opposite side.

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Applies to all models

  • Pull off the lower section of the bumper cover at the front edge so that the two hooks at the upper edge, and the hooks on the inside, release.

  • Repeat on opposite side.

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  • Grasp the lower edge of the upper section of the bumper cover. Pull straight out so that the three hooks release. The hooks may be hard to release, if so, release using a weatherstrip tool.

  • Pull out the ends further until the four hooks, which are horizontally positioned at the upper edge, release.

  • Repeat on opposite side.

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  • Fold up the lower tailgate.

  • Pull the bumper backwards and remove the bumper.

  • Place the bumper on a suitable surface that will not damage the paint.

  • Remove the remaining parts of the removed rivets.

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  • Remove the two clips.

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  • Unhook the ten catches at the upper edge of the bumper.

  • Release the nine hooks in the middle of the bumper, at the same time as separating the inner and outer sections of the bumper.

  • Remove the inner part of the bumper.

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  • Remove the polystyrene support.

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  • Remove the lower part by releasing the hooks.

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  • Remove the middle section by unhooking the hooks. The middle section will no longer be used.

 

Installing the bumper section with sensors

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Installing the bumper section with sensors


Note!

Do not damage the painted surface.


  • Install the new bumper section with the pre-mounted sensor holders.

  • Install the lower section. Check that all hooks engage.

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  • Press the cable harness connectors into the sensor's connectors. A clicking noise should be heard, which confirms that the catches have activated.

  • Press the sensors with cable harness in each holder with the connector pointing to the left, as illustrated.

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  • Install the polystyrene support. Position the four cables from the sensors so that they are in the cutouts for the polystyrene support.

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  • Install the inner section loosely against the outer section.

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  • Route the cable harness over the inner section.

  • Press the inner section against the outer section. Use a plastic or rubber mallet to facilitate installation. Check that all hooks engage.

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  • Press the cable harness in the relevant channel on the inner section.

  • Reinstall the two clips.

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  • Press the cable harness so that the hooks lock the cable harness inside the protruding section.

 
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  • Remove the floor hatch (1) on the left-hand side.

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  • Remove the side panel on the left-hand side.

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  • Remove the foam seal on the left-hand side in the rear crossmember under the left-hand side floor hatch. Do not damage the seal, it will be reused.

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  • Fold up the lower tailgate.

  • Lift up the bumper, insert the cable from the sensors into the large rectangular hole to the left in the rear crossmember, and then into the hole where the foam seal was located.

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  • Position the cable in its cutout between the plastic bracket and the bumper cover. Check that the guide on the side of the bumper cover is inside the plastic bracket.

  • Press the bumper's four hooks at the rear edge into place.

  • Press all the hooks for the ends into the body.

  • Lower the lower tailgate.

  • Tighten the bumper using the four sleeve nuts. Tighten to 16 Nm (12 lbf.ft.).


    Hint

    To facilitate installation, secure the sleeve nut to the tool using butyl tape.


  • Take the new pieces of insulation panel and place them over the holes for the bumper.

  • Connect the connector to the fog lamp.

  • Reinstall the cover panels under the tail lamps.

  • Rivet the bumper at the rear edge of the wheel housing, on both sides. Use rivets from the kit.

  • Turn back and rivet any mud guards.

 

Installation of the control module (PAM)

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Installation of the control module (PAM)

  • Clean the flat surface on the reinforcement panel's lower section, behind the side panel where the control module is to be secured. Use isopropanol.

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  • Clean the reverse of the control module using isopropanol.

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  • Take the Velcro strips and cut them in the middle.

  • Press them together.

  • Remove the protective film from one side of the Velcro tape

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  • Press the Velcro tape onto the reverse of the control module, edge to edge on the upper edge.

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  • Locate the pre-routed cable harness with the light brown connector and connect it to the control module.

  • Connect the cable harness from the sensors to the control module.

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  • Remove the protective film from the Velcro tape.

  • Press the control module properly onto the flat surface behind the panel, as illustrated. The control module's left end must be edge to edge with the panel reinforcement's vertical edge.

 
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  • Reinstall the foam seal together with the cable harness from the sensors, in the hole in the rear crossmember.

 

Installing the switch

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Installing the switch

  • Remove the cover plug to the 12V socket.

  • Take a scriber with angled tip. Insert the angled end of the scriber in the joint on the underneath of the keypad surround.

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  • Carefully pull out the surround using the scriber along the underneath of the surround. The surround is secured by three mounting lugs at the upper and lower edges. Do not damage the surround.

  • Place the surround to one side.


    Hint

    A surround with four button locations can be replaced with a surround with seven button locations if required. This is available for purchasing separately.


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  • The switch can be located in any available position. Remove the dummy button and install the new switch (1).

  • Reinstall the surround and cover plug to the 12V socket.

 
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  • Turn the ignition key to position II.

  • Reconnect the battery negative lead

  • Reinstall the cover and holder for the battery.

  • Reinstall the holder for the tool bag.

  • Reinstall the side compartment and floor hatches.

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Download software (application) for the accessory's function according to service information in VIDA. See VIDA or accessories catalogue for article number on software.