Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
XC90 2008
XC90 (03-) 2008

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Navigation system, RTI




 
Equipment
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R3905015

R3903812


 
  

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.



Note!

For European users, the TMC unit, part number 6849907, can be purchased separately.


 

Preparations

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Preparations

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


  • Note!

    The software must be loaded before installing the accessory.


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    • Place the driver's seat in its rearmost position.

    • Turn the ignition switch to position 0.

    • Disconnect the battery negative lead


    Note!

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


    Turn the ignition key to position II, to prevent the steering column lock engaging.

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  • Move the gear selector lever to its rearmost position

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    Note!

    Do not damage the dashboard.


    • Remove the loudspeaker grille as follows: Insert the special tool 9995919 into the joint between the loudspeaker grille and the dashboard approximately as illustrated, until it engages.

    • Twist the tool 90° so that the bent section engages with the underneath of the loudspeaker grille.

    • Pull upwards until the loudspeaker grille detaches. The loudspeaker grille is securely fastened by four clips. Move the tool closer to the clip to facilitate removal.

    • Place the loudspeaker grille to one side.

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      Applies to cars without centre loudspeakers

    • Remove the bracket for the loudspeaker grille by removing the five screws and pulling the grille up from the dashboard.

      Applies to cars with a centrally mounted loudspeaker

    • Remove the five screws in the loudspeaker. Pull the loudspeaker up slightly from the dashboard and disconnect the connector.

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    • Bend up the four punched out carpet tabs under the left-hand front seat.

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    • Take the four rivet nuts from the kit and install them in the pre-punched holes under the carpet tabs.

    • Take rivet tool P/N 9512782 and tighten the rivet nuts. If necessary: Remove the mounting bracket for front-rear seat adjustment (applies to cars with manual seats).

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    • Use a weatherstrip and pry off the gear selector panel at the rear edge.

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    • Press in the catches and remove the panel.

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    • Remove the two screws.

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    • Remove the bracket with the A/C panel and radio from the center console. Pull from the lower edge and then downwards until it releases from the mounting at the upper edge.


    • Note!

      Do not damage the removed components or the surrounding panels


    • Unplug the connectors

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  • Remove the sound barrier on the right-hand side by first removing the two screws and then prizing it away at the top edge.

  • Repeat the operation on the other side.

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  • Remove the screws

  • Remove the panel.

  • Repeat the operation on the other side.

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    • Remove the panel on the right-hand end of the dashboard.

     

    Does not apply to cars with Volvo On Call (VOC)

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    Does not apply to cars with Volvo On Call (VOC)

    • Pry off the covers on the grab handle in the right-hand front door and remove the screws under them.

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    • Pull of the weatherstrip (1) for the door at the A-pillar.

    • Remove the right-hand A-post panel by carefully pulling it out by the upper edge until the clips inside release. Pull it up from the mounting in the dashboard.


      Note!

      Do not damage the headlining.


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    • Fold down the cover (1) by carefully pulling the front edge of the cover down.

    • Press the catches (2) together. Pull the front edge of the panel down and then pull off at the rear edge.

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    • Detach the rear-view mirror and front interior lighting (1) by first removing the two screws (2) and then pressing in the eight catches (3) around the interior lighting.

    • Carefully pull the components downwards and allow them to hang from their cables. The interior lighting is secured in the roof by clips (4).

    • Remove the connector for the rain sensor (if applicable).

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    • NOTE! When installing the GPS antenna where there is already a GSM antenna, move the GSM section to the GPS antenna supplied with the kit. Make sure that the earth for the screen is correctly positioned when installing.

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    • Wrap foam tape around the entire cable before installing.

    • Install the new antenna. Carefully bend the headlining downward and slide the antenna backward and inwards. Align the antenna lugs (1) with the grooves in the bracket (2)

    • Insert the cable on the top of the roof panel's front edge. Pull it further along, out towards the right-hand A-post so that it is concealed at the top the headlining.

    • Reinstall the bracket with rear-view mirror. Tighten the screws to 10 Nm (7.5 lbf.ft.).

    • Reinstall the panel and lock using the cover.

    • If there is a rain sensor, route the cable so that it lies underneath the antenna. Reinstall the connector.

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    • Install the cover over the antenna.

    • For cars with a rain sensor, use the larger cover from the kit.

      For cars without a rain sensor, use the smaller cover from the kit.

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    • Route the cable above the headlining, all the way to the A-post.

    • Route the cable down from the headlining and along the right-hand A-post

    • Tape the cable onto the existing cable harness at points (1).


      Warning!

      Do not route over the inflatable curtain as this may affect the function in the event of a collision.


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    • Wrap foam tape around the entire cable before installing

    • Take the extension cable from the kit. Insert it down between the A-post and the right-hand side of the dashboard, continue along the right-hand end of the dashboard and pull out at the front edge of the floor.

    • Pull the cable to the left, along the front edge of the floor and up to the inside of the center console.

    • Connect both connectors (1) at the A-post to each other.

    • Wrap foam tape around the connectors to prevent rattling.

     

    Applies to cars with Volvo On Call (VOC)

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    Applies to cars with Volvo On Call (VOC)

  • Locate the joint on the existing antenna cable. Disconnect the connector, this will not be reused. Tape it up to prevent rattling.

  • Take the extension cable from the kit. Wrap foam tape around the entire cable. Connect the cable

  • Route the cable at the front edge of the floor and on to the centre console

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    Applies to all cars

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    Applies to all cars

    • Take the cable harness (A) from the kit.

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    Note!

    Do not damage the fibre optic cables. They must not be bent to a radius less than 30 mm (1 11/64") as they can damage and affect the function of the system.


    • Take the two cable harnesses, power supply/fibre optic cable harness (A) and the cable harness (B) for the display screen from the kit. Route them up along the air duct on the left-hand side of the centre console.

    • The power supply/fibre optic cable harness (A) is located inside the centre console.

    • Pull the cable harnesses backwards, in front of the carpet on the center console's left-hand side, under the left-hand seat's seat rail, and out through the carpet join under the seat.

    • Route the antenna cable (C) the same way as cable harness (A) to below the seat.


    Note!

    In cases where the TMC cable (Europe) requires to be routed in the same way as cable harness (1). The double connection must be connected to IAM.


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  • Take the cable with the two 4 pin connectors and route forward on the driver's side

  • Locate the 4 pin, grey connector for the power supply. It is secured on the thick cable harness under the dashboard on the driver's side.


  • Note!

    The pre-routed connector is already connected on certain versions


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  • Connect the cable harness to the existing connector (1).

  • Wrap a piece of foam tape around the connected connectors and cut off the excess.

  • Install the connector (2) on the car's existing cable harness using a cable tie.


  • Note!

    The pre-routed connector is already connected on certain versions. In such a case, disconnect it and connect both connectors from the new cable harness. Wrap a piece of foam tape around the connectors.


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  • Reinstall the A post panel.

  • Tighten the grab handle to 10 Nm (7.5 lbf. ft.) and reinstall the covers.

  • Reinstall the rubber trim in the right-hand front door.

  • Reinstall the panel on the dashboard end face.

  • Reinstall the soundproofing panel on the right-hand side.

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    • Install the bracket for the display screen by moving the screen unit up in the bracket from underneath.

    • Tighten the display screen unit by the bracket using screws from the kit.

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    • Connect the 2 cables from the Multimedia Module (MMM) to the display screen.

    • Install the display screen with the bracket in the dashboard. Use the existing screws.

    • Take the new loudspeaker grille from the kit and press it into the dashboard.

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    • Connect the TMC cable (Europe) as illustrated.

    • Connect the TMC wiring between IAM and the existing connector in the car's cable harness.

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    • Note!

      It is important that the wiring is connected to the Integrated Audio Module (IAM) and not the Infotainment Control Module (ICM). Do not mix up the fibre optic connections in the existing cable network.


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    • Connect the fibre optic cables between the Integrated Audio Module (IAM) and existing MOST cable.

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    • Take the bend protection from the kit and attach it with tape as illustrated. The bend protection is to prevent the fiber optic cable from bending too much, being damaged and risking malfunction of the accessory.

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  • Note!

    When reinstalling the centre console, the fibre optic cable to MOST must be positioned so that it does not get trapped when the centre console is reinstalled.


  • Plug in the connectors.

  • Reinstall the radio/A/C unit by first hooking the upper edge into place. Then press upwards and angle in the lower section.

  • If the radio/A/C unit does not fit at the rear edge, check that no cables have been trapped.

  • Reinstall the screws

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    • Take the Multimedia Module (MMM) from the kit and remove the protective plug from the connector to the fibre optic cable connection.

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      Connect the pre-routed cables to the Multimedia Module (MMM)

    • the cable (1) for the display screen.

    • cable (2) to the car's fiber optic cable system.

    • cable (3) to the power supply.

    • cable (4) to the Global Positioning System (GPS) antenna.

    • cable (5) to TMC (Europe).

  • Secure the cable excess for the GPS antenna in a suitable location.

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    • Take four screws from the kit, place the Multimedia Module (MMM) mounting brackets above the rivet nuts and tighten the unit.

    • Conceal the cables under the carpet at the rear of the Multimedia Module (MMM).

    • Bend the carpet tabs back over the screws.


      Note!

      Do not damage the fiber optic cables. They must not be bent to a radius less than 30mm (1 11/64") as they may become damaged and affect the function of the Multimedia Module (MMM).


     
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    • Position the steering wheel in its lowest and rearmost position.

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    Carefully pry off the protection using a plastic weatherstrip tool.

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    Remove the screws.

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    Remove the surround for the combined instrument panel

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    • Turn the steering wheel 90º to the position shown in the illustration and so that the two holes on the back side are accessible.

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    • Insert a screwdriver in the hole along the rear edge of the steering wheel perpendicular to the rear surface of the steering wheel.

    • Insert the screwdriver as far as possible to find the end of the locking spring (1).

    • Place the end of the screwdriver on the top of the locking spring.

    • Move the screwdriver upwards towards the upper edge of the hole (2) until the spring releases and one side of the steering wheel module detaches from the mounting.

    • Turn the steering wheel 180º and repeat the operation on the other side.

    • Turn the steering wheel to a neutral position.

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    • Fold the steering wheel module out

    • Unplug the two connectors (1) to the airbag transmitter cables.


      Note!

      The connectors are tightly secured. However, tools must not be used when removing.


    • Place the steering wheel module to one side.

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      Remove:

    • the screw (1) and detach the ground lead.

    • the horn connector (2) and keypads.

    • the three screws (3) and lift out the horn ring (4).

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    • Turn the steering wheel to the left so that the right-hand side of the steering wheel points to the left.

    • Take the cutting template from the kit and secure it to the right-hand side of the steering wheel as illustrated.

    • Attach the template using a tie strap.

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    • Set the steering wheel in a suitable position and cut-out following the template. Use a small knife.


      Note!

      When cutting, make sure to hold the knife so that the cuts are perpendicular to the back side of the steering wheel. This will reduce the risk of cutting a hole that is too large since the edge around the keypad is only a few millimetres larger than the keypad itself.


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    • Cut away some of the material on the back side of the steering wheel spoke.

    • Test and cut until the keypad fits properly.

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    • Remove the keypad, two screws and clamp from the kit.

    • Ensure that the cable is underneath the steering wheel spoke (When the steering wheel is straight).

    • Insert the keypad into the hole in the steering wheel with the text on the keypad facing up. Press until it connects securely against the steering column cover.

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    • Install the screws and attach the keypad with the clamp around the steering wheel spoke.

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    • Position the horn ring and position it as illustrated.

    • Plug in the installed keypad connector to the terminal on the back side of the keypad on the right-hand side of the horn ring. The cable from the installed keypad is very short and it is not easy to plug into the connector.

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    • Reinstall the horn. Ensure that the three springs are in place and check that the ground lead is not trapped.

    • Tighten the screws alternately to 6.5 Nm (5 lbf.ft.).

    • Reinstall the ground lead. Tighten.

    • Plug in the horn connector and keypads.

    • Check the function of the horn ring by pressing around the entire edge.

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    • Check that the two springs (1) are in position

    • Position the steering wheel module and press the two airbag transmitter cable connectors firmly in place.


      Note!

      The cables must be routed through the existing holder (2).


    • Insert the two lugs on the back side of the steering wheel module into the two springs and make sure the transmitter cables are not obstructed.

    • Press the steering wheel module firmly into its mountings. Two clearly audible clicks should be heard.

    • Reinstall the surround for the combined instrument panel and the steering wheel cover.

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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 key to position II.

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    Reinstall the detached components in reverse order.