Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
XC90 2014
XC90 (03-) 2014

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Parking assistance, camera, XC90




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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.

  

Note!

For cars with an accessory electronic module (AEM), the existing cable harness between the accessory electronic module (AEM) and the rear electronic module (REM) must be replaced (steps 51-66). The new cable harness is marked (A) in the kit image.


 

Installing the camera

1
IMG-242207
 

Installing the camera

  • Remove the number plate and holder.

2
IMG-242208
 

  • Apply tape to the boot lid to protect the finish.

3
IMG-242209
 

  • Position the template as illustrated.

4
IMG-242210
 

  • Make a mark according to the template's inner rectangle.

5
IMG-242211
 

  • Use a short drill bit and drill holes according to the template.


    Note!

    Do not drill through the template.


6
IMG-242212
 

  • Drill three overlapping holes as illustrated.


    Note!

    Use a short drill bit.


7
IMG-242213
 

  • Cut out along the inside of the marking. The marking should still be visible.

  • Clean up the saw cuttings using a vacuum.

8
IMG-242214
 

  • Open the boot lid fully.

9
IMG-242215
 

  • Remove the border around the handle by pressing in the two catches with a screwdriver (1) and at the same time pry up the outer edge using a weatherstrip tool (2).

10
IMG-242216
 

  • Remove the lamp.

  • Unplug the connector.

11
IMG-242218
 

  • Remove the screws.

  • Pull the panel downwards until all the clips release.

12
IMG-242219
 

  • Remove the centre panel and the right-hand side panel.

13
IMG-242220
 

  • Mark out and drill with the holesaw as illustrated.

  • Vacuum.

14
IMG-242221
 

  • Mark out and drill with the holesaw as illustrated.

  • Vacuum.

15
IMG-242222
 

    Applies to cars without vibration damper

  • Mark out and saw out the hole as illustrated.

  • Vacuum.

16
IMG-246926
 

    Applies to cars with vibration damper installed

  • Remove the vibration damper by removing the three screws.

17
R8504201
 

  • Remove the rear roof panel covers and the screws beneath them.

  • Carefully pry off the panel at the rear edge. Use a plastic weatherstrip tool.

  • Pull the rear edge of the panel downwards until the four clips on the top release.

  • If the car is equipped with lighting in the panel, unplug the connector from the panel.

  • Pull the panel backwards to release it.

18
IMG-242224
 

  • Disconnect the washer hose.

19
IMG-242225
 

  • Loosen the rubber pass-through and pull out the washer hose.

20
IMG-242226
 

  • Take the tail that is foam-covered about 100 mm on the cable to camera lens and thread through the hole.

21
IMG-242227
 

  • Insert the cable through the rubber grommet. The end of the grommet that has a lip should sit in the body and the part without a lip should sit in the cargo compartment. The rubber grommet should sit on the part of the cable that is not foam-covered.

22
IMG-242228
 

  • Thread a wire or cable through the drilled hole down to the washer hose.

23
IMG-242230
 

  • Tape the cable to the camera on the wire or cable that has been threaded through the hole.

24
IMG-242231
 

  • Route the cable out through the hole.

25
IMG-242232
 

  • Press the cable clip in the hole. If the hole is being used, secure it by the existing cable with a cable tie.

26
IMG-242233
 

  • Refit the rubber pass-through and adjust the length of the cable from the clip to the rubber pass-through.

27
IMG-242234
 

  • Route the cable between the rear window and lid as illustrated.

28
IMG-242235
 

  • Thread the cable through the hole.

29
IMG-242236
 

  • Place the template over the hole for the camera lens (inside the lid).


    Note!

    Position it the same way/direction as when marking the hole in section 4.


30
IMG-242237
 

  • Route the cable through the template and hole.

31
IMG-242238
 

  • Fit the cable connector on the camera lens.

32
IMG-242239
 

  • Screw the right-hand screw fully in the camera.

  • Align the template so that the right-hand hole in the template is directly above the right-hand hole in the lid.

    Hold the template in position (inside the hole in the lid) and, at the same time, tighten the camera's right-hand screw so it holds.

  • Align the left-hand holes with each other, fit the screw and tighten the camera.

 

Cargo compartment, preparations

33
IMG-242240
 

Cargo compartment, preparations

    Applies to cars with two rows of seats

  • Fold up the floor hatch (1). If the floor hatch is equipped with a grocery bag holder, the holder is secured with a strap on both ends of the storage compartment. Detach the straps.

  • Remove the storage compartment under the floor hatch.

  • Remove the floor hatch by folding it almost completely closed and pulling it backwards from the mountings until it releases.

    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 (1).

  • 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 (1) at the rear edge and lift it out.

34
R3100130
 

  • Slide the driver's seat fully forwards and then fully upwards from the rear edge.

  • Remove the three screws in the battery holder. Lift the battery holder out.

  • Remove the battery cover.

35
IMG-246024
 

  • Turn the ignition key to position 0.

  • Disconnect the battery negative lead.


    Note!

    Wait at least three minutes before unplugging the connectors or removing other electrical equipment.


36
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  • Remove the hatch on the left-hand side of the cargo compartment.

37
IMG-242242
 

  • Remove the panel.

 
38
R3903738
 

  • Pull off the rubber strip on the rear edge of the door opening for the left-hand rear door opposite the left C-post panel.

  • Carefully pry off the left-hand C-post panel sides at the top. Use a plastic weatherstrip tool. Then pull until the three clips on the inside release. Do not damage the headlining or the panel.

  • If a headphone socket is mounted, disconnect the connector to such.

  • Remove the panel by pulling upwards slightly and unhooking it from the side panel.

39
R8504123
 

  • Carefully loosen the D-post panel. Start from the top and continue downwards until the three clips on the inside have released.

  • Disconnect the connector on the D-post panel (if the car has a loudspeaker in the D-post, the connector is on the loudspeaker).

  • Remove the panel by pulling upwards slightly and unhooking it from the side panel.

40
R8504313
 

  • Fold out the load securing eyelet.

  • Take a scriber or special tool part no.9995919 and insert the angled tip in the hole in the top edge of the cover.

  • Twist the scriber so it grips the rear of the cover (1) and pull it loose. This should be carried out on both the front and rear load securing eyelets.

41
R8504315
 

    Applies to cars with two rows of seats

  • Remove the screws (2) on the load securing eyelets.

  • Remove the cover (3), by prying off using a weatherstrip tool or a small screw driver.

  • Remove the screws (4).

  • Remove the panel by pulling out the upper edge slightly so that the clips on the inside release. Pull the panel straight up.

42
R8504316
 

  • Fold up the left-hand seat in the third row of seats.

  • Remove the screws (2) on the load securing eyelets.

  • Remove the cover (3), by prying off using a weatherstrip tool or a small screw driver.

  • Remove the screws (4).

  • Remove the clip (5) in the bottom of the storage compartment.

  • Remove the panel by pulling out the upper edge slightly so that the clips on the inside release. Pull the panel straight up.

43
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  • Route the cable as illustrated, down to the floor.

 

Preparations, passenger compartment

44
IMG-242244
 

Preparations, passenger compartment

  • Insert a screwdriver through the hole (1) on the seat link and press in the catch. Move the link backwards by prizing with a screwdriver between the seat runner and the link.

45
IMG-242245
 

  • Carefully prise loose and remove the panel over the joint between the door sills.

46
IMG-242246
 

  • Pull loose the sill molding on the front edge then straight up. Angle out the sill molding from the B-post panel.

47
R8504309
 

  • Press the catch (1) in and remove the front seat link.

  • Remove the screw.

48
R8504310
 

  • Press in the catches (1) and remove the seat link as illustrated.

  • Remove the screw.

49
IMG-242247
 

  • Fold down the backrest.

  • Remove the seat links and bolts.

  • Lift out the seat.


    Caution!

    Exercise care when doing this so that the trim or door panels are not damaged.


50
IMG-245600
 

  • Loosen the upper part of the sill moulding on the rear edge and loosen the seat belt from the end fitting. The belt is loosened by carefully pressing with a weatherstrip tool on the lock lug so that the seat belt releases from the end fitting.

51
IMG-242248
 

  • Pull the sill molding upwards until the three clips release.

  • Angle the sill moulding out from the B-post panel.

 

Steps 51-66 apply to cars with an accessory electronic module (AEM) installed

52
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Steps 51-66 apply to cars with an accessory electronic module (AEM) installed

Removal, cable harness

  • Remove the right-hand side floor hatch (1) in the cargo compartment.

53
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  • Remove the lower folding side panel on the right-hand side.

54A
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54B
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54C
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Illustration A

  • Remove the two screws in the bracket for the accessory electronic module (AEM).

Illustration B

  • Tilt the module so that the 4-pin black connector can be disconnected.

Illustration C

  • Unplug the connector.

55
IMG-274171
 

  • Remove the cable ties from around the cable harness to the accessory electronic module (AEM) along the rear member.

  • Disconnect the ground lead.

56
R3703513
 

  • Remove the Rear Electronic Module (REM) by opening the lock (1) on the top of the unit. Tip the unit forward and lift it out of the mountings (2).

57
R3905101
 

  • Press in the catch on the rear brown connector in the fuse holder in the cargo compartment, turn the lock arm up as far as it will go and pull out the connector.

58
D3703496
 

  • Carefully prise apart the sides of the connector holder in the ends so that the connector can pass by the retaining hooks.

  • Pull out the connector.

59
R3703512
 

  • Remove the red (R) cable from terminal 22.

60
M3904942
 

  • Press in the catch on the gray connector on the rear of the fuse holder in the cargo compartment. Turn the lock arm up as far as it will go and pull out the connector.

61
M3703366
 

  • Carefully prise apart the sides of the connector holder in the ends so that the connector can pass by the retaining hooks.

  • Pull out the connector.

62
R3703511
 

  • Remove the green (GN) cable from terminal 19 and white (W) from terminal 30 in the connector.

  • Remove the entire cable harness and place to one side. This will not be reused.

 
63
R3603578
 

Installing the cable harness

  • Take the new cable harness (purchased separately), marked A in the kit image and place it behind the battery.

  • Pull the cable end with black 4-pin connector through the hole in the rear edge of the right-hand cargo floor support, up to the accessory electronic module (AEM). Route the other end in a corresponding way to the fuse holder on the left-hand side.

64A
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64B
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64C
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Illustration A

  • Connect the black 4-pin connector to the accessory electronic module (AEM).

Illustration B

Illustration C

  • Reinstall the module and tighten using the two screws.

65
R3603579
 

  • Take five cable ties from the kit and secure the wiring harness to the existing wiring harness as illustrated.

  • Remove the ground screw and connect the ground lead (1) of the new wiring harness. Tighten the ground screw securely.

66
R3703512
 

  • Connect the red (R) cable to terminal 22 in the brown connector which was disconnected from the fuse holder.

  • Reinstall the connector in the holder

  • Reinstall the connector in the fuse holder.

67
R3703511
 

  • Connect the green (GN) cable to terminal 19 in the gray connector that was disconnected from the fuse holder, and the white (W) to terminal 30.


    Note!

    Make a note of the position number of the connector. The position numbers are located on the ends of the connector and in the bottom of the electronic control module.


  • Reinstall the connector in the holder

  • Reconnect the connector in the rear electronic control module (REM).

  • Refit the Rear Electronic Module (REM).

 

Installation, parking assistance camera (PAC)

68
R3603610
 

Installation, parking assistance camera (PAC)

Steps 67-76 apply to cars without trailer module (TRM)

  • Wash off the marked surfaces on the embossing on the back edge of left rear wheel housing using isopropanol. Wipe dry.

69
R3603615
 

  • Take a Velcro fastener and cut it off 90 mm (3 1/2") from the edge.

70
A0000335
 

  • Remove the protective tape from the Velcro fasteners.

71
IMG-242249
 

  • Attach both Velcro fasteners to the embossing as illustrated.

72
IMG-242250
 

  • Clean the underneath of the parking assistance camera (PAC) using isopropanol.

73
R3603612
 

  • Take a Velcro fastener and cut it off 75 mm (3) from the edge.

74
R3603616
 

  • Remove the protective tape from the Velcro fasteners.

75
IMG-242251
 

  • Secure the Velcro fasteners on the control module as illustrated.

76
IMG-242252
 

  • Connect the three connectors to the control module.

77
IMG-242253
 

  • Secure the control module on the newly attached Velcro fasteners. Press hard so that sits firmly.

78
IMG-242254
 

Steps 77-85 apply to cars with a trailer module (TRM) installed

  • Clean the surfaces, as illustrated, on the trailer module (TRM) using isopropanol.

79
IMG-242255
 

  • Clean the underneath of the parking assistance camera (PAC) using isopropanol. Wipe dry.

80
IMG-222282
 

  • Remove the two Velcro fasteners from the kit and cut them in the middle.

81
IMG-222283
 

  • Press the Velcro pieces together.

82
IMG-222285
 

  • Remove the protective film on one side of the Velcro fasteners.

83
IMG-242256
 

  • Press the Velcro fasteners onto the parking assistance camera (PAC) as illustrated.

84
IMG-242257
 

  • Remove the protective film from the Velcro fasteners.

85
IMG-242258
 

  • Connect the three connectors to the control module.

86
IMG-242259
 

  • Place the parking assistance camera (PAC) on the trailer module (TRM). It must be positioned so that the modules are edge-to-edge at the rear edge.

 

Connecting the rear electronic module (REM)

87
IMG-242260
 

Connecting the rear electronic module (REM)

Steps 86-89 apply to cars without an accessory electronic module (AEM)

  • Remove the Rear Electronic Module (REM) by opening the lock (1) on the top. Tip the module forward and lift it out of the mountings (2).

88
M3904942
 

  • Press in the catch on the rear of the grey connector, twist the locking arm up as far as it will go and pull out the connector.

89
M3703366
 

  • Carefully prise apart the sides of the connector holder in the ends so that the connector can pass by the retaining hooks.

  • Pull out the connector.

90
R3703511
 


Note!

Make a note of the position number of the connector. The position numbers are located on the ends of the connector and in the bottom of the electronic control module.


  • Connect the green (GN) cable to terminal 19 in the connector. Connect the white (W) cable to terminal 30.

  • Reinstall the connector in the holder

  • Reconnect the connector in the rear electronic control module (REM).

  • Refit the Rear Electronic Module (REM).

 
91
IMG-274233
 

Steps 90-95 apply to cars with an accessory electronic module (AEM) installed

  • Connect the large black female connector in the pre-routed cable harness, to the connector for towbar wiring in the fuse holder.

    Secure the excess of the large black male connector using a cable tie from the kit.

92
IMG-274234
 

    Steps 91-92 apply to cars with a towbar

  • Disconnect the towbar wiring connector from the fuse holder.

93
IMG-274235
 

  • Connect the large black female connector in the pre-routed cable harness to the fuse holder.

  • Connect the towbar wiring connector, which was disconnected from the fuse holder to the corresponding one in the routed cable harness.

94
IMG-274236
 

    Steps 93-95 apply to cars with a towbar wiring adapter

  • Disconnect the towbar wiring adapter's connector from the fuse holder.

95
IMG-274237
 

  • Connect the large black female connector in the pre-routed cable harness to the fuse holder.

  • Connect the towbar wiring adapter's connector, which was disconnected from the fuse holder to the corresponding one in the routed cable harness.

96
IMG-274238
 

  • Secure the loose cables and the small fuse holder using a cable tie.

 

Connection to multimedia module (MMM)

97
IMG-242261
 

Connection to multimedia module (MMM)

  • Route both adapter cables (5 way green and 12 way gray connector) along the molding and up to the driver's seat.

98
IMG-242262
 

  • Disconnect the two connectors on the multimedia module (MMM).

99
IMG-242263
 

  • Connect the pre-routed adapter cables to the multimedia module (MMM) and to respective disconnected connectors.


    Note!

    Route the new cables under the existing cables.


100
IMG-242264
 

  • Place the connectors and excess wiring in the joint under the carpet.

 

Installation, ground strip

101
IMG-246927
 

Installation, ground strip

  • Insert the tool's hook between the dashboard and the louvre. Turn the tool 90° and pull the louvre straight up.

102
IMG-246928
 

  • Remove the five screws.

103
IMG-246929
 

    Applies to cars without a centrally mounted loudspeaker

  • Lift up the monitor unit and place it on the dashboard.


    Note!

    Place some protection under the monitor unit so as not to damage the dashboard.


    Applies to cars with a centrally mounted loudspeaker

  • Remove the three connectors.

104
IMG-246930
 

  • Remove the M6 screw.

105
IMG-246933
 

  • Take the earth braid and foam tape bit from the kit.

  • Cut off the foam tape lengthways in two equal pieces. Cover the earth braid with foam tape so that there is no foam tape on the cable terminals.

106
IMG-246934
 

  • Fit the earth braid as illustrated. Use a new screw from the kit.

107
IMG-246935
 

    Applies to cars without a centrally mounted loudspeaker

  • Refit the monitor unit and at the same time guide the earth braid up through the hole in front of the monitor.

  • Remove the left-hand screw for the monitor.

108
IMG-246936
 

    Applies to cars without a centrally mounted loudspeaker

  • Place the earth braid over the hole where the screw was positioned, fit the screw and tighten the earth braid.

  • Refit the five screws for the monitor unit.

  • Refit the louvre.

109
IMG-248723
 

    Steps 108-113 apply to cars with a centrally mounted loudspeaker

  • Remove the three screws for the monitor.

  • Remove the monitor by first angling it backwards at the lower edge and then guiding it out.

110
IMG-248724
 

  • Locate the end by the left-hand mounting point for the monitor on the loudspeaker frame.

111
IMG-248725
 

  • Measure and mark out two points according to the image.

112
IMG-248726
 

  • Pre-drill in the centers of the markings using a Ø 2mm (5/64") diameter drill bit.

  • Then drill out the holes. Use a Ø 8mm " (5/16") drill bit.

  • Cut away the part between the drill holes as illustrated.

113
IMG-248727
 

  • Reinstall the monitor and tighten using two screws as illustrated.

114
IMG-248728
 

  • Take the loose end of the ground strip and thread it through the drilled holes from underneath.

  • Secure the cable terminal using the screw for the monitor and tighten.

  • Reinstall the monitor unit with its five screws.

  • Refit the louvre.

 

Finishing work

115
IMG-336901
 

Finishing work

    Install:

  • the sill trim panels.

  • panel over the joint between the door sills.

  • seat belt.


    Note!

    Check that the seat belt is secure by jerking it hard in an upwards direction.


  • seat, tighten the screws to 50 Nm (36.8 lbf.ft.).

  • seat links.

  • side panels.

  • Reconnect the battery negative lead

116
IMG-336904
 


Warning!

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


  • Set the ignition switch to position II.

117
IMG-242268
 

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

118
IMG-336903
 

    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.

119
IMG-242268
 

  • Check the position of the camera using the calibration program. See VIDA under "Diagnostics/Vehicle communication/Advanced".


    Note!

    If the camera lens cannot be correctly positioned, remove the lens and drill out the two holes in the tailgate for the screws. If necessary, file the rectangular holes so that the camera lens can be adjusted to the correct position.


  • Refit the trunk lid's panels and lamp.

  • Refit the floor hatches.