Installation Instruction

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

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Parking assistance, front




 
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!

These installation instructions apply to left-hand drive vehicles. When installing in a right-hand drive vehicle, some of the procedure is carried out on the opposite side and/or mirrored. Where the operation differs, right-hand versions are also displayed with text or images.


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  • Clean the cradles.

  • Use: Isopropanol

  • Allow to dry.

  • Avoid contact with the cleaned surfaces.

2
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  • Apply a thin and even layer of activator to the surface illustrated. Allow to dry for at least 10 mins.

  • Use: 8637076 - Activator

3
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  • Set the ignition key to position 0.


Note!

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


4
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  • Remove the panel.

5
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  • Remove the sill trim panel at the right-hand front door. First pull off the front edge of the sill trim panel so that the clip releases. Then continue backward until the remaining clips on the underside have released.

6
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  • Pull the backrest straight out at the top edge so that the catch releases, and then straight up.

7
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  • Remove the rear seat cushion by first pressing the outer edges of the cushion backwards and then by pulling them upwards so that the outer hooks release.

8
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  • Lift the cushion straight up in the middle so that the inner hooks release.

9
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  • Remove the screw.

  • Pull the panel straight out to the side.

10
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  • Open the boot lid/tailgate.

  • Lift up the cargo compartment divider.

11
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  • Remove the covers on each side of the divider.

12
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  • Unscrew the two nuts on each side of the divider four turns.

13
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  • Lower the divider slightly.

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

14
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  • Lower the divider completely.

15
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  • Detach the wire frame from the clip.

16
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  • Use a cable tie or the like to lock the divider's two arms on the right and left side.

17
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  • Remove the divider by taking hold of the arms and lifting upward.

18
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    Remove:

  • the cover

  • the spare wheel, if in place

19
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  • Remove the screw clip and load securing eyelet with its screw.

    Applies to cars with a tool box

  • Take the tools out of the toolbox.

    Remove:

  • the screw clip

  • the screw

  • the tool box

20
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  • Remove the three screws and the cargo lashing eyes from the floor.

21
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  • Remove the cover for the trunk lid's stop by prying off the cover and weatherstrip using a weatherstrip tool.

22
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  • Remove the two light bulbs by pressing in the two catches at the top with a screwdriver.

23
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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.

24
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  • Remove the two screws in the sill moulding.

25
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  • Remove the sill moulding upwards until the clips release.

  • Place the sill moulding to one side, without removing the connection.

26
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  • Remove the cargo compartment carpeting.

27
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  • Remove the rubber stop on the roof's stop brace.

28
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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.

29
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  • Remove the load divider lock by using a weatherstrip tool to pry between the carpet and lock.

30
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  • Remove the screw and the lashing eye on the right side.

31
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  • Remove the stop brace cover.

32
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  • Mark out the stop brackets for the roof in relation to the screw and the nut.

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

33
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  • Undo the four clips on the side panel.

34
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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.

35
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  • Clean the outside of the bumper

  • Install the protective backing paper on the centre section of the bumper.

  • Exercise caution in the areas where the holes shall be made. The protective backing paper functions as masking when the sensors are painted later on.

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  • Remove the covers for the nozzles for the headlamp washers on the right and left-hand sides. Carefully grip the cover. Pull the cover out until the catch becomes accessible.

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  • Press the catch up. Remove the cover. Do not damage the painted surfaces or the washer nozzles.

38
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  • Press in the centre of the clips (1) and remove them. Remove the screws (2).

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  • Remove the screws to the air baffle.

40
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  • Remove the screws holding the engine splash guard and remove the guard.

41
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  • Remove the five screws holding the bumper cover in the wing liner on the left and right-hand sides.

42
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  • Detach the right and left-hand ends of the bumper.

  • Grip the bumper from the inside and pull it forward in order to detach the two holders under the headlamps.

  • Remove the bumper, unplug the connectors for the fog lamps and place the bumper on a surface that does not damage the paintwork.


Hint

Removal of the bumper is facilitated if carried out by 2 people.


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  • Locate the markings on the inside of the bumper casing.

  • Pre-drill hole using a Ø 3mm (1/8") diameter drill bit in the centre of the marking.

  • Drill out the holes from the inside. Use a Ø 8mm (5/16.) diameter drill bit.

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  • Provisionally reinstall the bumper on the car. Mark out corresponding holes in the member (energy absorbent) through the inner holes in the bumper cover

  • Remove the bumper from the car.

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  • Locate the markings (1) in the member.

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Note!

There are two types of member (energy absorbing).


    Foam member (EPS):

  • Mark out 35 mm (1 3/8".) on the right-hand side of the hole markings in the member.

  • Drill 45 mm (13/4".) deep into the foam at the four markings. Use a Ø 44 mm (1 3/4".) diameter hole drill bit. Break off the foam pieces.

    Plastic member:

  • Mark out 35 mm (1 3/8".) on the right-hand side of the hole markings in the member.

  • Only drill through the outer part of the member by the four markings. Use a Ø 44 mm (1 3/4") hole saw.

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  • Cut out for the cable harness in the member by the 2 cut-outs. The cut-outs must be 25mm (1") wide and 15mm (9/16") deep.

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  • Make holes in the bumper cover using the hole punching tool (P/N 9814069). The hole punching tool sleeve and screw must be inside the cover.

  • Carefully deburr the inside as necessary.

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  • Clean the area around the hole and its inner edges.

  • Use: Isopropanol

  • Allow to dry.

50
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  • Apply primer to the hole edges that were created when making holes.

  • Apply a thin and even layer of primer to the cleaned plastic surface.


    Note!

    Not to the inside of the casing.


  • Use: Bonding primer for plastic. P/N: 31335448


Hint

Spray primer into the cap of the can and apply with a brush.



Caution!

Allow to dry at a temperature of at least +20°C for 10 min, before painting.



Note!

Also read the instructions on the spray can.


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  • Apply a thin and even layer of activator to an area around the holes that is slightly larger than a sensor holder.


    Note!

    Not to the hole edges.


  • Allow to dry for at least 10 minutes.

  • Use: 8637076 - Activator

52
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  • Take four pieces of tape from the kit.

  • Remove the brown protective film from the tape. Apply the tape to the front of the holder.

53
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  • Apply primer to the cleaned surface. Use: Bonding primer for plastic. P/N: 31335448


Caution!

Allow to dry at a temperature of at least +20°C for 10 min, before painting.



Note!

Also read the instructions on the spray can.


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  • Clean the sensors. Use: Isopropanol

  • Allow to dry.

55
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  • Carefully mat the surface down. Use: Glasspaper, grade P1000

56
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  • Clean the sensors again.

  • Use: Isopropanol

  • Allow to dry.

  • Avoid contact with the cleaned surfaces.

57
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  • Apply a thin and even layer of primer to the cleaned plastic surface.


    Caution!

    Not in the centre of the sensors.


  • Use: Bonding primer for plastic. P/N: 31335448


Hint

Spray primer into the cap of the can and apply with a brush.



Caution!

Allow to dry at a temperature of at least +20°C for 10 min, before painting.



Note!

Also read the instructions on the spray can.


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  • Remove the protective film from the affixed pieces of tape on the sensor holders.

59
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  • - Install the sensor holders with the small part of the flange upward. The sensor holders' top edges must be in line and horizontal with the bumper.

  • Press on the flange of each sensor holder so that the tape adheres.


    Note!

    The tape adheres immediately. Incorrect positioning of the sensor holders can result in the function being out of order completely or temporarily.


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  • Clean the areas illustrated using Isopropanol.

  • Allow to dry.

  • Apply activator (art.no. 8637076).

  • Allow to dry.

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Note!

On left-hand drive cars the large gray connector must be on the right-hand side. On right-hand drive cars it must be on the left-hand side.


  • Place the cable harness in the cover.

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  • Connect the cable harness connectors to the sensors.


    Note!

    A click should be heard when connecting. The noise confirms that the catch has locked.


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


    Note!

    The left-hand outer sensor must be positioned loosely and not hooked into place.


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  • Secure the butyl tape in the marked places.

64
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  • Affix the first cable harness by the two centre sensors using butyl tape.

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  • Secure the remainder of the cable harness using butyl tape starting on the left-hand side.

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Note!

Ensure that the cable harness does not lie against any moving components or too close to heat sources.


  • Take the short cable harness from the kit.

  • Remove the taped connector from the cable harness.

  • Pull the end with the loose terminals in under the headlamp

  • Continue to pull the cable harness (1) along the right-hand side of the car, under the expansion tank down to the cowl panel.

  • Route the cable so that it is concealed and cannot be damaged or worn. Secure the cable harness using tie straps so that it does not move.

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  • Unscrew the clips holding the floor carpet.

  • Fold aside the floor mat to access the bulkhead panel inside.

  • Take care not to create folds in the carpet.

68
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  • Locate the hole for the rubber grommet under the insulation panel.

  • Make a small cut in the insulation panel starting just above the hole, continue to the center of the hole and then straight down.

69
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  • Push the carpet tabs to one side to access the rubber grommet in the cowl panel.

  • Remove the rubber grommet.

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Caution!

Applies to cars with fuel powered parking heaters. Protect the coolant hose on the horizontal connection of the water pump when making the markings for holes.


  • Pierce holes through the insulation out into the engine compartment, for hole-marking.

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  • Raise the car.

  • Cut out a hole in the heat insulation that is approx. 20 mm (25/32".) larger than the size of the rubber grommet.

72
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  • Take the rubber grommet from the kit and cut the top off the smaller rubber nipples

  • Lubricate the rubber grommet. Use low temperature grease (P/N 1161417).

  • Thread the rubber grommet on the cable harness.

  • Route the cable harness in through the hole and press the rubber grommet into the hole so that it seals properly.

  • Pull the cable harness so that the correct length remains in the engine compartment.

  • Make sure that the heating hose for the cable harness is in contact against the rubber grommet and secure it with a tie strap.

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  • Lower the car.

  • Release the catch on the connector that was taped.

  • Connect the pre-routed cable harness terminals in the connector as follows:

  1. Blue (BL)

  2. Green (GN)

  3. Violet (VO)

  4. Yellow (Y)

  5. White (W)

  6. Black (SB)

  • Press back the connector's catch.

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  • Take the long cable harness from the kit. Connect it to the connector.

  • Route the cable harness from the lower edge of the A pillar and further back at the sill and under the carpet.

  • Fold back the carpet and screw the clip into place.

75
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  • Route the cable between the floor carpet and the sill. Position the cable so that it is not trapped or damaged.

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Applies to left-hand drive cars

  • Route the cable along the existing cable harness backwards and into the cargo compartment.

  • Position the cable so that is does not get trapped or damaged.

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Applies to right-hand drive cars

  • Route the cable over to the right-hand side of the car and further back along the existing cable harness backwards and into the cargo compartment.

  • Position the cable so that is does not get trapped or damaged.

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Applies to all models

  • Route the cable alongside the car's cable harness.

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  • Connect the routed cable to the centre connection on the parking assistance module (PAM).


Note!

Make sure that the connector clicks into place and is properly secured.


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Note!

Do not handle the surfaces of the sensors to be painted.


  • Let the left-hand outer sensor with cable hang loose alongside, do not secure it yet.

  • Hold the bumper up against the car and plug the sensor cable connector into the connector on the car.

  • Secure the assembled connector on the member (1). Use a tie strap on each side of the connector

  • Slide the bumper cover into the correct position

  • Press the loose sensor into the sensor holder from underneath the car.

  • Reinstall the connector for the fog lamps.

  • Reinstall the bumper and engine splash guard by repeating steps for removal in reverse.

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  • Paint the sensors and holders with paint of the same paint code as the car.

  • Use Volvo Touch-up paint. (Only use base coat.)

  • Use: Volvo 2-K Varnish. P/N: 31335447


Note!

Refer to the instructions on the spray can. Protect parts in the surrounding areas using a sheet of cardboard or similar.


  • When the paint has dried, remove the protective backing paper.

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  • Reinstall the detached components in reverse order.

  • Cargo lashing eyes. Tightening torque: 24 Nm (17 lbf.ft.).

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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.