Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
S80 2011
S80 (07-) 2011, S80L 2011

Instruction NoVersionPart. No.Click to download PDF-version of this Installation Instruction
312701631.531296564, 31296561
Parking assistance, camera




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Equipment
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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.

 

Preparations

1
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Preparations

  • Place the left front seat in its rearmost position.

  • Set the ignition key to position 0.

  • Disconnect the battery negative lead.


Note!

Wait at least one minute before unplugging the connectors or removing other electrical equipment.


2
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  • Remove the warning triangle from the trunk lid panel.

  • Remove the trunk lid's inner handle by first sliding it upwards and then bending it out at the lower edge using a weatherstrip tool.


    Note!

    The inner handle will no longer be used, there is a new handle in the kit.


3
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  • Pull out the central pin from the clips for the warning triangle's holder and remove them.

4
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  • Remove the clips from the trunk lid's panel and remove the panel.

5
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  • Fold together the cargo compartment carpet (1, 2) and remove it.

6
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  • Detach the rubber weatherstrips from the trunk lid opening.

7
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  • Remove the trunk lid's sill trim panel. It is secured by two clips at the front edge (1) and two at the upper edge (2).

8
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  • Remove the seat cushion (1) by pulling up its front edge, pulling it forwards and then lifting it out.

  • Detach the two connectors for seat heating underneath the seat cushion.

9
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  • Fold the backrest forward.

  • Remove the seatbelt from the guide (1) on the side bolster.

  • Insert a hand from the side of the upper section of the side bolster. Press in the catches properly and jerk the upper edge of the bolster so that the two catches on the other side release. Lift the bolster from the mounting at the lower edge.

10
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  • Remove the three clips at the upper edge of the side panel and the four plastic nuts at the lower edge.

  • Remove the cargo compartment lighting connector.

  • Lift out the side panel.

  • Repeat for the other side.

11
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  • Measure a distance of 30 mm (1 3/16 ") from the rear edge of the rear fender and mark out a short line parallel to the rear edge. Use a piece of tape to make the markings on.

  • Measure 30 mm (1 3/16 ") from the rear edge of the gas cylinder's bracket to the previously drawn line. Mark out the middle of the hole that is to be drilled where the lines cross each other.

  • Pre-drill the hole using a Ø3 mm (1/8") bit.


    Note!

    Use a 5 mm (3/16 ") drill stop.


  • Drill out the hole to Ø 8 mm (5/16 ") and then to Ø 12 mm (15/32 ") to be able to insert the pull screw through for the hole making tool.


    Note!

    Do not damage surrounding painted surfaces.


  • Remove any swarf.

12
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  • Use holesaw bit, part.no 9997241 (Ø28.6 mm (1 1/8")), and enlarge the hole.

  • File down the edges of the holes.

  • Remove any swarf.

  • Apply primer part no. 9437350 around the hole edges and allow to dry.

13
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  • Measure for making holes for the rubber grommets in the trunk lid's front right-hand corner according to the diagram and mark out the middle.

  • Pre-drill the hole using a Ø3 mm (1/8") bit.


    Note!

    Use a 5 mm (3/16 ") drill stop.


  • Drill out the hole to Ø 8 mm (5/16 ") and then to Ø 12 mm (15/32 ") to be able to insert the pull screw through for the hole making tool.


    Note!

    Do not damage surrounding painted surfaces.


  • Remove any swarf.

14
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  • Use holesaw bit part.no 9997241 (Ø28.6 mm (1 1/8")), and enlarge the hole.

  • File down the edges of the holes.

  • Remove any swarf.

  • Apply primer part no. 9437350 around the hole edges and allow to dry.

15
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  • Disconnect the connector for number plate lighting.

16
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  • Remove the trunk lid's trim strip by carefully prying it off from the trunk lid and number plate lighting's panel. It is securely fastened and will eventually break. New strip included in the kit.

  • Remove any tape residue from the trunk lid by heating the steel with a hot air gun. Do not heat above 80° C.

17
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  • Remove the four screws from the number plate lighting panel and remove it.

  • Remove the parts of the trim strip if it has broken.

18
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  • Remove the dashboard's left-hand end panel by carefully twisting it (1) using a weatherstrip tool until the two catches release and then pull it backwards (2).

19
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  • Remove the rear sill panel at the left-hand front door by first carefully prying off the middle clip and the rearmost clip.

  • Bend up the panel until it can be unhooked at the rear edge.

  • Pull off the clip at the front edge so that both front and rear panels release. Turn the rear sill trim panel 90 ° towards the front and unhook it.

20
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  • Remove the weatherstrip at the front edge of the door opening.

21
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  • Remove the front sill trim panel from in the left-hand front door by lifting it at the rear edge and pulling it backwards until the clip in the middle releases. Then pull it down at an angle from the A post panel.

22
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  • Remove the sill panel in the door opening for the left-hand rear door by carefully pulling it upwards until the four clips release.

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23B
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Steps 23-24 apply to left-hand drive cars only

Illustration A

  • Remove the panel in front of the steering column cover by pulling it straight back.

Illustration B

  • Loosen the panel with the steering column cover's rubber seal, it is secured with eight clips.

24
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  • Remove the four screws for the combined instrument panel. Insert a weatherstrip tool between the upper edge of the instrument panel and dashboard to release the edge and then pull it out.

  • Disconnect the connector on the rear side and place the instrument panel to one side.

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25B
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Applies to all models

Illustration A

  • Insert the tool, part no. 9512943 in the joint between the loudspeaker grille and the dashboard approximately as illustrated, until it engages.


    Note!

    There is little space between the grille and the dashboard and it is easy to damage the paint on the grille. Therefore, insert paper or a thin piece of plastic in the joint between the grille and the tool before installing the tool, to protect the paint.


  • Turn the tool 90° so that the hook engages with the underside of the loudspeaker grille.

Illustration B

  • Pull upwards until the loudspeaker grille detaches, it is secured with six clips. If necessary, move the tool closer to the clips to facilitate the removal.


    Note!

    Do not damage the dashboard and grille.


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  • Remove the six screws in the bracket for the screen and pull it up.

  • Remove the connectors and place the module to one side.

 

Installing the parking camera

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Installing the parking camera

  • Drill/cut out a hole for the camera in the number plate lighting panel. Then remove the existing markings on the inside of the panel (see image).

  • Even off the edges carefully using a fine-toothed file.


    Note!

    Take care not to knock the surface that the camera is to be screwed to or to scratch it so that the seal becomes impaired.


28
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  • Drill out the holes in the protruding lugs using a Ø 2.5 mm (3/32 ") drill bit.

  • Remove any swarf.

29
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  • Take two screws and the camera with the seal from the kit.

  • Screw the screws into the holes on the camera completely so that they rotate freely.

  • Insert the camera into the hole and screw it into place by tightening the screws crosswise so that the camera is tightened parallel to the panel.

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Illustration A

  • Take the cable harness with the two rubber grommets from the kit. The rubber grommet (1) with the shorter cable end must go through the trunk lid.

  • Hook the cable holder onto the inner lower edge of the hinge section.

Illustration B

  • Place the cable holder so that the stop in the upper edge locates in the cut-out on the hinge.

  • Press the cable holder so that the upper section engages in the upper edge of the hinge.

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  • Insert the longer of the cables in the hole on the rear fender and press the rubber grommet securely into place. Ensure that the primer around the hole edges is not damaged.


    Note!

    Do not damage the rustproofing agent around the hole edges.


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  • Insert a wire into the right-hand hole on the trunk lid where the panel for the number plate lighting is, and pull it forwards in the hole on the trunk lid.

33
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  • Bind the connector to the shorter cable at the routed wire using tape.

  • Pull up the cable through the trunk lid and pull it out through the hole.

34
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  • Disconnect the cable from the wire.

35
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  • Press the rubber grommet into the trunk lid securely.


    Note!

    Do not damage the rustproofing agent around the hole edges.


  • Take the cable with the edge clip from the oval hole in the trunk lid and press the clip onto the hole edge.


    Note!

    Check that the cable is not over stretched between the trunk lid and the fender when the trunk lid is full open. Adjust the length of the cable in the rubber grommets.


36
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  • Pull the cable down from the rubber grommet in the rear fender and along the existing cable harness to the left-hand tail lamp.

  • Clamp the cable using tie straps from the kit as illustrated.

37
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  • Take the camera equipped panel for the number plate lighting.

  • Connect the connector to the routed cable harness for the reversing camera.

  • Guide the cable for the number plate lighting through the hole in the trunk lid.

  • Reinstall the panel and tighten. Ensure that the cables for the number plate lighting are not trapped.

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  • Use isopropanol and clean the marked surface on the boot lid where the chrome strip tape will sit. Wipe dry.

39
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  • Take the new trim strip from the kit. Remove the protective film from the adhesive tape.

40
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Note!

During installation the underlying surface must be kept at a temperature of at least +15°C (59°F).


  • Insert the trim strip clips in the corresponding holes on the panel. Ensure that the strip's locating pins align with the holes on the trunk lid.

  • Press the strip firmly along the entire length of the trunk lid and the panel so that the tape adheres.

41
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  • Connect the number plate lighting connector on the inside of the trunk lid.

42
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  • Reinstall the panel on the inside of the trunk lid.

43
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  • Reinstall the warning triangle's holder and press the middle pins of the clips in.

44
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  • Take the new inner handle from the kit and press it onto the boot lid.

  • Refit the warning triangle holder and the warning triangle on the boot lid.

 

Installing the parking assistance camera (PAC)

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Installing the parking assistance camera (PAC)

  • Take the control module from the kit.

  • Clean the two polished surfaces on the control module using isopropanol.

  • Wipe dry.

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  • Take two Velcro strips from the kit and cut them in the middle to create four equal parts.

47
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Steps 47-53 apply to cars without a TRM module.

  • Press the Velcro strips two and two.

48
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  • Remove the protective film from one side of the two attached Velcro strips.

49
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  • Press the Velcro strips onto the cleaned surfaces of the control module.

50
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  • Clean the surfaces under the tail lights with isopropanol. Wipe dry.

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Note!

The adapter cable A was included in a previous version of the kit for the parking camera.

The adapter cable B was included in a later version of the kit for the parking camera.

Both versions are suitable for all cars.


Illustration A

  • Connect the previously routed cable harness connector (1) to the right-hand connector on the control module.

  • Take the adapter cable A/B from the kit and connect the large green connector to the socket on the control module, as illustrated.

  • Connect the connector (2) on the pre-routed, taped cable harness for the power supply under the left-hand tail lamp, to the corresponding connector on the adapter cable.

  • Take the long remaining cable harness from the kit and connect the end with the gray connector (3) to the connector in the middle of the control module.

  • Clamp the adapter cable's remaining connector using the tie strap from the kit.

Figure B shows adapter cable A

Figure C shows adapter cable B

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  • Remove the protective film from the installed Velcro strips.

53
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  • Press the control module upwards firmly as high as possible on the flat surface under the tail lamp, according to the measurements illustrated.

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Steps 54-69 apply to cars with a TRM module.

  • Remove the two connectors from the top of the TRM module.

  • Remove the TRM module from the Velcro strips on the plate under the rear lamp and place to one side.

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  • Allow the old Velcro strips to remain in the body.

56
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  • Remove the protective film from the Velcro strips.

57
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  • Press the Velcro strips on to the cleaned surfaces on the parking assistance camera (PAC).

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Note!

The adapter cable A was included in a previous version of the kit for the parking camera.

The adapter cable B was included in a later version of the kit for the parking camera.

Both versions are suitable for all cars.


Figure A shows adapter cable A

Figure B shows adapter cable B

  • Connect the previously routed cable harness connector to the right-hand connector on the control module (1).

  • Take the adapter cable A/B from the kit and connect the large green connector to the socket on the control module, as illustrated.

  • Connect the connector (2) on the pre-routed cable harness for the power supply to the corresponding contact on the adapter cable.

  • Take the long remaining cable harness from the kit and connect the end with the gray connector (3) to the connector in the middle of the control module.

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  • Press the control module firmly onto the existing Velcro straps under the tail lamp.

60
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  • Clean the marked surfaces on the control module with isopropanol. Wipe dry.

61
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  • Remove the marked Velcro strip from the TRM module.

62
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  • Take two Velcro strips from the kit and cut them in the middle to create four equal parts.

63
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  • Clean the marked surfaces on the TRM module with isopropanol. Wipe dry.

64
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  • Remove the protective film from one of the Velcro strips.

65
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  • Press the Velcro strip on to the TRM module beside the other strip , as illustrated.

66
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  • Press the two Velcro strips onto the TRM module's two existing Velcro strips.

67
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  • Remove the protective film from the Velcro strips.

68
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  • Press the TRM module onto the control module securely, as illustrated.

69
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  • Connect the remaining green connector (1) on the adapter cable for the power supply to the corresponding socket in the TRM module.

  • Connect the remaining gray connector (2), which was removed from the TRM module.

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Steps 70-71 only apply to cars with adapter cable B for the power supply

  • Route the long ground lead in the adapter cable to the right-hand side of the rear harness.

  • Connect the cable to the lower of the ground screws and tighten the screw with 10 Nm (7.5 lbf.ft.)

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  • Wash the rear crossmember using isopropanol where the ground lead is to be taped. Wipe dry.

  • Secure the cable using a wide piece of silver/fabric tape or similar.


    Note!

    The ground lead must only be taped at the rear crossmember, it must not be secured by the thick cable harness.


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Applies to all models

Illustration A

  • Route the previously connected cable harness inside the insulation panel at the left-hand rear wheel arch and out through the hole in the body.

  • Take a tie strap from the kit and secure the cable at the fuse holder's cable harness.

Illustration B

  • Pull out the B post panel at the lower edge until the two clips release.

  • Continue to route the cable harness inside the B post panel and forwards in the car. Route the cable harness along the left-hand side, in front of the floor and insulation panels, up to the front edge of the door opening.

Illustration C

  • Route the cable harness inside the floor and insulation panels, up on the A post slightly, and then at an angle upwards, in through the lower hole behind the end panel, towards the dashboard. Route the cable harness to the location for the screen in the dashboard.

  • Place the cable harness so that it does not come into contact with sharp edges or moving parts under the dashboard.

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    Applies to right-hand drive cars

  • Take a piece of wire and insert it by the air ducts through the hole for the screen. Pull it out to the left, above the glove compartment and out through the left-hand end of the dashboard.

  • Tape the connector on the cable to the screen by the wire.

  • Pull the cable up to the location for the screen and out through the hole in the dashboard.

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Illustration A

    Applies to all models

  • Tape the cable using foam or insulation tape for example, at the point where the cable lies against the edge. This is to protect it against rubbing.

  • Take a tie strap from the kit and secure the cable in the hole on the end as illustrated.

Illustration B

    Applies to left-hand drive cars

  • Take two tie straps from the kit and clamp the cable at the existing cable harnesses inside the dashboard as illustrated.

75
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    Applies to all models

  • Take the screen with bracket.

  • Connect the connector (1) on the pre-routed cable to the left-hand socket on the screen.

  • Reinstall the connector (2) for the existing cable in the right-hand socket on the screen.

  • Reinstall the bracket with the screen and tighten using the six screws.

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  • Reinstall the loudspeaker grille.

 

Finishing work

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Finishing work

Steps 77-78 apply to left-hand drive cars

  • Connect and reinstall the combined instrument panel.

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78B
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Illustration A

  • Reinstall the panel with the steering column cover's rubber seal and press the eight clips into place.

Illustration B

  • Press the panel in front of the steering column cover.

79
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Applies to all models

  • Reinstall the lower panel of the B post panel.

80
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  • Reinstall the A post's lower panel.

81
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  • Reinstall the rubber strip in the door opening.

82
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  • Reinstall the front door's sill trim panel.

83
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  • Reinstall the dashboard end.

84
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  • Connect the cargo compartment lighting connector.

  • Reinstall the side panel in the cargo compartment.

  • Reinstall the four plastic nuts at the lower edge and the three clips at the upper edge.

  • Repeat for the other side.

85
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  • Reinstall the sill trim panel in the door opening for the left-hand rear door.

86
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  • Reinstall the side bolster by first hooking it at the lower mounting, and then pressing it in at the upper edge until it locks securely.

  • Insert the seatbelt in the guide on the side bolster.

  • Fold up the backrest.

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  • Connect the connectors for seat heating underneath, on both sides.

  • Press the seat cushion into place.

88
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  • Reinstall the sill trim panel in the cargo compartment by first pressing it into the clips at the upper edge (1) and then the clips on the inside (2).

89
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  • Reinstall the rubber strip in the cargo compartment opening.

90
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  • Reinstall the cargo compartment carpet.

 
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  • Reconnect the battery negative lead

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Warning!

When the ignition is to be switched on for the first time after the battery has been disconnected, this must be done whilst by standing outside the vehicle, stretching your arm in and avoiding the working area for the airbags.


  • Set the ignition switch to position II.

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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.

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    Perform a function test as follows.

  • Engage reverse gear.

  • Activate the screen for RTI.

  • Wait for the message "Update Environment" to appear on the screen.

  • Follow the on-screen instructions.

  • Switch off the ignition for at least 10 seconds.

  • Turn the ignition on.

  • Activate the screen for RTI.

  • Check that the support lines appear on the screen and that these react to steering wheel movements.

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Applies to cars with chassis number 0-47999

Download the software from the DVD (purchased separately):

  1. Connect the battery charger if the battery voltage is less than 12V.

  2. Turn on the ignition (push and hold the starter button).

  3. Start NAVI.

  4. Insert the disc in the navigation system's DVD player, after which the installation starts.

  5. Press ENTER when asked:

  6. "New SW found

    current SW: v0855

    new SW: v0856

    continue"

  7. The download takes about 10 minutes and is completed with the following message.

    "The disc in the DVD player can not be read. Please check the disc. If this happens again please have the system inspected at your nearest workshop."

  8. Reinsert the map disc.

  9. Check that the download was successful.

  10. Press BACK

    Select "Settings"

    Select "System options"

    Select "About"

    SW version should be 0856 or later.


Note!

If the car already has the latest software installed the following text is displayed:

"The disc in the DVD player can not be read. Please check the disc. If this happens again please have the system inspected at your nearest workshop."