Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
V70 2005
V70 (00-08) 2005

Instruction NoVersionPart. No.Click to download PDF-version of this Installation Instruction
307767091.630790208, 31324389
Remote start, fuel-driven heater




IMG-258811




 
Equipment
A0000162
IMG-239667
IMG-242205

M8802509

M8802108

D8802049

R8802817

IMG-258812


 
  

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.

  

Note!

This accessory requires software unique to the car.


 

Steps 1–32 apply to the S60/S80

1
M8503480
 

Steps 1–32 apply to the S60/S80

    Applies to the S60

  • Remove the cargo compartment carpet at the rear edge. First turn the two handles (1) 90°.

2
M8503481
 

    Applies to the S60

  • Pull up the front of the cargo compartment carpet. Fold the front half back over the rear half of the cargo compartment carpet.

3
M8503482
 

    Applies to the S60

  • Slide the entire cargo compartment carpet forward slightly. Twist slightly to remove the carpet through the tailgate opening.

    Applies to the S80

  • Fold the cargo compartment carpet together. Twist the cargo compartment carpet slightly so that it can be removed from the cargo compartment.

    Applies to S60/S80

  • Remove the carpet from the luggage compartment.

4
M8503478
 

  • Press the center of the clip into the lower edge of the folding side panel on the right-hand left-hand side until a click is heard.

  • Remove the clips.

5
M8503479
 

  • Turn the handle (1) on the right-hand side through 90°.

  • Fold the side panel inwards and lift it out.

6
IMG-258823
 

    Applies to the S60

  • Remove the weatherstrip by the C pillar panel at the rear edge of the rear door opening.

  • Remove cover and screw from the top of the panel.

  • Pull the top edge of the C pillar panel inwards into the car (1). Fold the panel forwards (2) and lift it out.

7
IMG-258824
 

    Applies to the S80

  • Remove the weatherstrip by the C pillar panel at the rear edge of the rear door opening.

  • Remove the two steel clips at the front edge/upper edge of the panel.

  • Pull the top edge of the C pillar panel inwards into the car. Fold the panel forwards and lift it out.


    Note!

    When removing the C pillar panel, do not grip it with your hand or with a tool in the area around the IC hatch (1), as the joint function in the hatch would then become deformed and it cannot be reset.


8
IMG-258825
 

    Applies to the S80

  • Unthread the belt from the belt guide.

  • Insert a hand down the side of the lower section of the side cushion. Release the catches while lifting the side cushion.

9
IMG-258826
 

    Applies to the S80

  • First lift the bottom edge of the short end of the cushion and then the front edge and pull it off.


    Note!

    The cushion may be securely attached.


  • Lift out the cushion.

  • Check that all the clips are intact. If not, they must be replaced.

 

10
M3702528
 

    Applies to S60/S80

  • Lift the accessory electronic module (AEM) out of the bracket.

11
M3702529
 

  • Disconnect the large connector from the accessory electronic module (AEM) by pressing in the catch (A) and pulling the black handle (B) in the direction of the arrows until a click is heard.

  • Disconnect the connector from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

12
M3702530
 

    Remove:

  • the black catch (1) holding the black switch in place in the connector by pulling in the direction of the arrow.

  • the black switch (2) by inserting a pointed object in the hole in the other end. Press out.

13
M3702955
 

  • Connect the yellow cable from the control module to terminal 3 in the accessory electronic module (AEM) connector.


    Note!

    The numerical markings on the top and bottom of the black terminal pin are extremely small, so be careful when installing the cable.


    Reinstall:

  • the black switch in the connector. Lock it into place using the catch.

  • the connector into the accessory electronic module (AEM). Secure using the black locking handle.

14
M3702956
 

  • Remove the connector (1) from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Connect the corresponding connector (2) to the T-cable for the thick cable harness, for the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Connect the remaining connector (3) on the T-cable to the connector that was disconnected from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Reinstall the accessory electronic module (AEM) in its bracket.

15
IMG-258827
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the inside of the rear window below the panel edge using isopropanol, part no. 1161721, and wipe dry.

16
IMG-258828
 

  • Press the antenna onto the inside of the window, as close to the panel edge as possible.

  • Tape the cable securely in place.

17
IMG-258829
 

  • Pull the antenna cable through the hole for the panel's guide.

  • Tape the cable harness at the panel to protect it against wear from the panel's guide.

18
IMG-258831
 

  • Secure the antenna cable (1) as illustrated.

19
M8703702
 

  • Take the relay and the large clip from the kit.

  • Press the relay into the relay holder.

  • Press the clip into the relay holder.

20
IMG-258832
 

  • Press the clip with the relay holder and relay onto the panel edge at the rear edge of the wheel arch.

21
IMG-222282
 

  • Remove the Velcro from the kit and cut it in the centre.

22
IMG-222283
 

  • Press the Velcro pieces together.

23
IMG-222284
 

  • Wash the plane surface of the receiver unit using isopropanol P/N 1161721 and wipe dry.

24
IMG-222286
 

  • Remove the backing from one side of the Velcro strips and press them onto the receiver unit.

25
IMG-225262
 

  • Carefully loosen the secondary catch of the black six-pin connector from the kit using a small screwdriver.

26
IMG-258843
 

  • Connect the green (GN) cable from the kit to terminal 3, and the black (BK) cable to terminal 6 in the six pin connector.

  • Press the secondary catch into place on the black six pin connector.

27
IMG-258663
 

    Synchronizing the Transmitter - Receiver

  1. Connect the negative battery cable in the car.

  2. Connect the aerial cable to the receiver unit.

  3. Connect the connector to the receiver unit.

  4. Within the time interval 1.5 to 5 seconds, press the "OFF" button on the transmitter until the LED goes out.

Synchronisation complete.

  • Press the receiver unit onto the Velcro on the body plate if it has loosened.

  • Press the receiver unit onto the Velcro on the body plate if it has loosened.


Note!

Tape up any cable excess from the timer relay and place next to the control module under the insulation.


28
IMG-258846
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the inside of the smooth panel surface using isopropanol, part no. 1161721, and wipe dry.

29
IMG-222287
 

  • Remove the protective backing tape from the other Velcro piece.

30
IMG-258864
 

  • Press the receiver unit securely into place on the smooth surface.

31
 

  • Reinstall the panels, mats, weatherstrips and seats according to the previous steps but in reverse order.

32
IMG-242268
 

  • Programme the software in accordance with the service information in VIDA.

  • Test the function according to the accessory manual.

 

Steps 33–54 apply to the V70

33
M8502718
 

Steps 33–54 apply to the V70

  • Remove both the floor hatches. Lift the rear edges of the floor hatches slightly. Then pull the hatches backwards from their mountings.

34
M8503069
 

  • Remove the right-hand folding panel in the cargo compartment.

35
M8503008
 

  • Remove the right side panel by first removing the cover and the screw in the front edge.

  • Pull the top of the panel out until the clips release.

  • Fold the panel inwards. Lift the panel out.

36
M8504252
 

  • Remove the small insulation panel in front of the right-hand lamp by pulling it forward at point (A).

37
M8504269
 

  • Remove the loudspeaker grille on the right-hand D pillar panel. First pry off the lower edge of the loudspeaker grille using a weatherstrip tool. Pull the grille out slightly and then downwards until the hooks at the top edge release.

38
M8504271
 

  • Carefully pry up the rear roof lighting using a weatherstrip tool.

  • Unplug the connector from the roof lighting and move it aside.

39
M8503005
 

  • Remove the rear headlining panel by first removing the screw in the space where the roof lighting is. Pull off the front edge of the headlining to release the four clips. Then pull off the rear edge until the remaining clips release.

40
M8503010
 


Caution!

Remove the panel in the following order otherwise the panel may become damaged.


  • 1 - Grip the edge and pull inward so that the clips release.

  • 2 - Detach the upper edge at the window so that the panel can pass the gas strut.

  • 3 - Pull inward to make the clips in the opening release.

  • 4 - Lift the panel upwards.

41
M3702528
 

  • Lift the accessory electronic module (AEM) out of the bracket.

42
M3702530
 

    Remove:

  • the black catch (1) holding the black switch in place in the connector by pulling in the direction of the arrow.

  • the black switch (2) by inserting a pointed object in the hole in the other end. Press out.

43
M3702955
 

  • Connect the yellow cable from the control module to terminal 3 in the accessory electronic module (AEM) connector.


    Note!

    The numerical markings on the top and bottom of the black terminal pin are extremely small, so be careful when installing the cable.


    Reinstall:

  • the black switch in the connector. Lock it into place using the catch.

  • the connector into the accessory electronic module (AEM). Secure using the black locking handle.

44
M3702956
 

  • Remove the connector (1) from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Connect the corresponding connector (2) to the T-cable for the thick cable harness, for the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Connect the remaining connector (3) on the T-cable to the connector that was disconnected from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Reinstall the accessory electronic module (AEM) in its bracket.

45
IMG-259205
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the inside of the rear side window below the panel edge using isopropanol, part no. 1161721, and wipe dry.

46
IMG-259206
 

  • Press the antenna onto the inside of the window, as close to the panel edge as possible.

  • Clamp the cable at the existing cable harness.

47
M8703709
 

  • Take the relay and the large clip from the kit.

  • Press the relay into the relay holder.

  • Press the clip into the relay holder.

48
M8703710
 

  • Press the clip with the relay holder and relay inside the panel edge in front of the right-hand rear lamp.

49
 

  • Carry out steps 21-27.

50
IMG-259643
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the rear end of the right-hand vent. Use isopropanol, part no. 1161721, and wipe dry.

51
IMG-222287
 

  • Remove the protective backing tape from the other Velcro piece.

52
IMG-259227
 

  • Press the receiver unit securely into place on the rear end of the right-hand vent.

53
 

  • Reinstall the panels, mats, and covers according to the previous steps but in reverse order.

54
IMG-242268
 

  • Programme the software in accordance with the service information in VIDA.

  • Test the function according to the accessory manual.

 

Steps 55 - 62 apply to XC90

55
R8902691
 

Steps 55 - 62 apply to XC90

  • Remove the two centre floor hatches by lifting them slightly and then pulling them away from their mountings at the front edge. If the rear centre floor hatch is equipped with grocery bag holder on the underside then the floor hatch is secured with a belt on each short side of the storage box. These must be detached.

  • Remove the storage box.

56
R8902931
 

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

  • Fold up the centre rear floor hatch (1).

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

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

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

    Applies to all models

  • Remove the right-hand side floor hatch (2).

57
R8504293
 

    Applies to cars with two rows of seats

  • Remove the front storage box.

58
R8504159
 

  • Remove the folding side panel from the right-hand side of the cargo compartment.

59
R8504086
 

  • Carefully pull off the top edge of the right-hand D pillar panel. Continue down until the three clips have released.

  • Remove the panel by pulling it straight up and unhook it from the side panel. If applicable, disconnect the connector for the D pillar loudspeaker.

60
R3702881
 

61
R3702909
 

62
 

  • Carry out steps 42-54.