Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
C70 2008
C70 (06-) 2008

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




 
Equipment
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IMG-244400

M3603545

M3703683

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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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  • Turn the ignition key to position 0 and remove it from the ignition switch.


    Note!

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


2
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  • Install the protective film along the whole length of the outside of the bumper.

3
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  • Open the boot lid/tailgate.

4
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  • Remove the four screws on the bumper.

5
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  • Remove the five screws on the bumper casing's end. Repeat on the other side.

6
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  • Grab the bumper shell's end and carefully pull it outward until the six catches release. Repeat on the other side.

7
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  • Remove the bumper by pulling it straight out backwards.


    Note!

    It is easier to remove the bumper if two persons help each other.


  • Place the bumper on a surface that does not damage the paintwork.

8
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  • Locate the 4 markings on the inside of the bumper cover and mark out the centre on the markings.

9
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  • Drill in the markings.

10
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  • Make holes in the bumper cover using the hole punching tool P/N 9997240. The hole punching tool sleeve and screw must be inside the cover.

  • Carefully deburr the inside as necessary.

11
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  • File out the small recesses using a small round file.


    Note!

    Do not file more than necessary, as there is otherwise a risk that the sensor holders will not cover the hole.


  • File smooth the edges as required after making the recesses.

  • Align the sensor holders in the filed out recesses on the outside of the bumper. The left-hand support is marked with the letter L, the two middle supports with the letter M, and the right-hand with the letter R.

    The hole may need adjusting with a file in order that the sensor holder connects firmly into the bumper cover.

  • Remove the sensors from the bumper cover by clamping in the 3 catches and pressing out the sensor.

12
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  • Clean the sensors and holders with a wet cloth, P/N 9192678, and leave to dry.

  • Apply a thin layer of activator, P/N 8637076, over the sensors and the holders.


    Note!

    Only paint the parts that are visible after installation.


13
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  • Note!

    Take care that the activator has dried (at least 10 minutes) before painting


    Position the holders and sensors so that you can paint without them tipping over. Paint the holders and sensors in the same colour as the car. Use paint recommended by Volvo. Apply a maximum of two layers of paint. Only paint the surfaces that are visible after installation.


    Caution!

    Too many layers of paint may result in partial or complete malfunction of the accessory.


14
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  • Lift up the cargo compartment divider.

15
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  • Remove the covers on each side of the divider.

16
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  • Unscrew the two nuts on each side of the divider four turns.

17
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  • Lower the divider slightly.

  • Unscrew the third nut on each side of the divider four turns.

18
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  • Lower the divider completely.

19
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  • Detach the wire frame from the clip.

20
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  • Use a cable tie or the like to lock the divider's two arms on the right and left side.

21
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  • Remove the divider by taking hold of the arms and lifting upward.

22
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    Remove:

  • the cover of the toolbox.

  • the spare wheel, if in place.

23
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  • Take the tools out of the toolbox.

    Remove:

  • the clip.

  • the screw.

  • the toolbox.

24
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  • Remove the three screws and the lashing eyes from the floor.

25
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  • Remove the cover from the trunk lid stop. Use a weatherstrip tool to pry between the cover and the stop to release the catches.

26
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  • Remove the two light bulbs by pressing in the two catches at the top with a screwdriver.

27
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    For cars with emergency release handle in cargo compartment

  • Remove the emergency opening handle by pressing out the pin at the eye and unhook the wire.

28
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  • Remove the two screws in the sill moulding.

29
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  • Remove the sill moulding by pulling it up until the clips release.

  • Fold the sill moulding aside.

30
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  • Remove the cargo compartment carpet

31
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  • Remove the rubber stop on the roof's stop brace.

32
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  • Mark out the stop bracket for the roof in relation to the screw.

  • Remove the screw and the roof's stop brace.

33
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  • Remove the load divider lock by using a weatherstrip tool to pry between the carpet and lock.

  • If performing the operation on the left side, unplug the connector.

34
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  • Remove the screw and the lashing eye on the right side.

35
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  • Remove the stop brace cover.

36
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  • Mark out the stop braces for the roof in relation to the screws and nuts on the right side.

  • Remove the screw, nut and the roof's stop braces.

37
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  • Release the four clips on the right side panel.

38
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  • Remove the side panel by unhooking it from the stop lug at the front edge and the pulling outward and upward so that it releases from the sealing strip.

39
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    Applies to cars with the Keyless system

  • Remove the 2-pin grey connector for the Keyless system

40
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    Applies to cars with the Keyless system

  • Remove the Keyless system antenna by pushing it up.

  • Remove the connector on the antenna by pulling out the red catch and pressing in the other catch.

41
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    Applies to cars with the Keyless system.

  • Remove the cable harness retaining clip.

  • Remove the cable harness with rubber grommet.

42
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  • Remove the rubber plug.

43
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  • Take the wiring that is included in the kit and which is used for the connection between the sensors and the Parking Assistance Module (PAS).

  • Secure the wiring at the bumper member reinforcement using retaining clips, pull the connectors into the cargo compartment and install the rubber grommet.

44
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    Applies to cars with the Keyless system.

  • Plug the connector into the antenna.

  • Press the catch back.

  • Reinstall the antenna.

    Applies to cars without the Keyless system.

  • Secure the detached connector with a tie strap so that it is not damaged or does not rattle.

45
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  • Locate the two studs on the right-hand side.

46
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  • Position the control module on the studs and tighten it in using the plastic nuts.

47
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    Connect:

  • the yellow 12-pin connector (1) to the control module's top connection.

  • the black 16-pin connector (2) to the control module's bottom connection.

  • the green 5-pin connector (3) to the green connector on the car's normal cable harness.

  • the grey 2-pin connector (4) to the corresponding grey connector.

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    Applies to cars with a tow hitch

  • The existing green connector is plugged into the Trailer Module (TRM) towbar wiring (1). Unplug the connector from the control module and plug it into the cable harness female connector.

  • Plug the green connector from the cable harness into the Trailer Module (TRM) towbar wiring.


    Note!

    It is important that the Parking Assistance Module (PAM) is connected as the first unit and that the cable harnesses are connected correctly, and not in a loop.


49
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  • Fit the sensor holders in the filed out recesses on the outside of the bumper cover. Press them in so that the holders' hooks engage in the bumper cover.

50
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  • Connect the sensor cable connectors to the sensors.


    Note!

    A click should be audible when the connector is plugged into the sensor. This click confirms that the catch is locked.


  • Fit the sensors in the sensor holders so that they fasten securely.

51
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  • Secure the sensor cable into the retaining clips. The sensor cable's detached connector must now come out on the right-hand side of the bumper cover.

52
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Hint

It is easier to install the bumper if two persons help each other.


  • Position the bumper so that its wiring can be connected to the car's wiring.

  • Reinstall the bumper by repeating points 4 - 7 in reverse order.

53
 

    Reinstall:

  • the side panel.

  • stops and attaching braces.

  • the cargo compartment carpeting.

  • the sill panel with lighting.

  • emergency opener (if specified) - the stop for the boot lid.

  • the stop for the boot lid/tailgate.

  • the cargo lashing eyes, tightening torque: 24 Nm (17 lbf.ft.).

  • the toolbox.

  • the divider; remove the cable ties.

  • the battery negative lead.

  • Download the software for the accessory's function following the service information in VIDA.