Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
C70 2011
C70 (06-) 2011

Instruction NoVersionPart. No.Click to download PDF-version of this Installation Instruction
312850501.431330148, 31373501, 31359213, 31339966, 31285045
Parking assistance, rear, chassis number 97000-




 
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.

 
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  • Clean the sensors. Use: Isopropanol.

  • Allow to dry.

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

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  • Clean the sensors again. Use: Isopropanol.

  • Allow to dry.

  • Avoid contact with the cleaned surfaces.

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Caution!

Protect the connections' contact surfaces against paint.


  • Paint the sensors in the same colour code as the vehicle.

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

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


Note!

Also read the instructions on the spray can.


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Caution!

The paint must have dried after the first application.


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  • Carry out on both sides.

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  • Carry out on both sides.

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  • Locate the 4 markings on the inside of the bumper cover.

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  • Mark the center with a scribe.

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  1. Ø 3 mm (7/64 ")

  2. Ø 10 mm (25/64 ")

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  • Use special tool: 9997234 - Hole tool.


Note!

The hole tool's support sleeve must be on the inside, and the cutting part on the outside of the bumper casing.


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  • Clean the surfaces. Allow to dry.

  • Use: Isopropanol.

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  • Clean the surfaces. Allow to dry.

  • Use: Isopropanol.

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  • Clean the surfaces. Allow to dry.

  • Use: Isopropanol.

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  • Apply a thin layer and even layer of activator.

  • Allow to dry for at least 10 minutes.

  • Use: 8637076 - Activator.

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  • Apply a thin layer and even layer of activator.

  • Allow to dry for at least 10 minutes.

  • Use: 8637076 - Activator.

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  • Apply a thin layer and even layer of activator.

  • Allow to dry for at least 10 minutes.

  • Use: 8637076 - Activator.

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  • Lift up the cargo compartment's divider.

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  • Remove the covers on each side of the divider.

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

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  • Lower the divider slightly.

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

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  • Lower the divider completely.

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  • Detach the wire frame from the clip.

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

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  • Remove the divider by gripping the arms and lifting up.

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    Remove:

  • the toolbox cover.

  • the spare wheel, if present.

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    Remove:

  • the tools from the tool box

  • the clip

  • the screw

  • the toolbox.

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  • Remove the three screws and the load retaining eyelets from the floor.

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

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

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Applies to cars with emergency opening handle in the cargo compartment

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

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  • Remove the two screws in the sill moulding.

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

  • Fold the sill moulding aside.

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  • Remove the carpet in the cargo compartment.

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

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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 bracket.

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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.

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  • Remove the screw and the load retaining eyelet on the right-hand side.

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  • Remove the stop brace cover.

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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.

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  • Loosen the four clips on the right side panel.

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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.

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Applies to cars with keyless locking systems

  • Disconnect the 2-pin grey connector.

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Applies to cars with keyless locking systems

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Applies to cars with keyless locking systems

  • Disconnect the cable harness retaining clips.

  • Disconnect the cable harness with rubber grommet.

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Applies to cars with keyless locking systems

  • Remove the Keyless system aerial by pushing it up.

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

  • Remove the cable harness. It shall not be re-used.

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Applies to cars without keyless locking systems

  • Remove the rubber plug.

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Applies to all models

  • Fasten the cable harness.

  • Route the connectors into the cargo compartment and install the rubber grommet.

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    Applies to all models

  • Fasten the cable harness.

    Applies to cars with keyless systems

  • Connect and reinstall the aerial.

    Applies to cars without keyless systems

  • Secure the loose connector using butyl tape to prevent rattling.

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Applies to all models

  • Install the spacers on the two studs.

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  • Place the control module on the spacers and the studs.

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    Connect:

  • the brown 12-pin connector to the control module's top connection.

  • the black 16-pin connector to the control module's lower connection.

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  • Connect the green 5-pin connector to the green connector that is taped to the car's usual cable harness.

  • Connect the grey 2-pin connector to the corresponding grey connector.

  • Secure the clip of the cable harness to the panel edge.

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Applies to cars with a trailer module (TRM)

  • The car's usual green connector is connected to the TRM. Disconnect this connector.

  • Connect the removed connector to the taped connector on the cable harness for PAM.

  • Connect the other connector from the cable harness for PAM to the TRM.


Note!

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


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Applies to cars with an accessory electronic module (AEM)

  • The car's usual green connector is connected to the cable harness for the AEM. Disconnect this connector.

  • Connect the removed connector to the taped connector on the cable harness for PAM.

  • Connect the other connector from the cable harness for PAM to the cable harness for AEM.


Note!

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


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Note!

Prepare and install one cradle at a time.


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  • Use: 1161347 Tape.

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  • Use: 1161347 Tape.

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  • Apply a thin layer and even layer of adhesive.

  • Use special tool: 9512767 - Adhesive gun

  • Use: 116173 - Mixing pipe and 9511027 - Adhesive.


Caution!

The adhesive must not come into contact with the tape.


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  • Apply a thin layer and even layer of adhesive.

  • Use special tool: 9512767 - Adhesive gun.

  • Use: 116173 - mixing pipe and 9511027 - Adhesive.


Caution!

The adhesive must not come into contact with the tape.


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Note!

Note the position of the cradles.


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  • Press the holder towards the casing, but only at the places where there is tape.

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  • Hold the cradle securely when removing the centering tool.

  • Repeat the method steps on the other cradles.

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  • Secure the cable harness.

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  • Position the bumper so that the bumper wiring can be connected.

  • Reinstall the bumper

  • Reinstall the detached components in reverse order.

  • Load securing eyelets tightening torque: 24 Nm (17 lbf.ft).


Hint

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


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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.