Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
V60 2020
V60 (19-) 2020 B4204T28 L.H.D, V60 (19-) 2020 B4204T34 L.H.D, V60 (19-) 2020 B4204T35 L.H.D, V60 (19-) 2020 B4204T45 L.H.D, V60 (19-) 2020 B4204T39 L.H.D, V60 (19-) 2020 B4204T48 L.H.D, V60 (19-) 2020 B4204T46 L.H.D

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Park Assist Pilot (vehicles with only rear parking assistance)




 

Special tools

 

999 7685 Hole punch

Tool number:999 7685

Tool description:Hole punch

Tool boards:30

 

951 2950 Glue gun (kit)

Tool number:951 2950

Tool description:Glue gun (kit)

Tool boards:08

 

999 7686 Hole punch

Tool number:999 7686

Tool description:Hole punch

Tool boards:30

 

981 4203 Expander pliers

Tool number:981 4203

Tool description:Expander pliers

Tool boards:30

 

951 2632 Terminal removal tool (Color code: RED)

Tool number:951 2632

Tool description:Terminal removal tool (Color code: RED)

Tool boards:39


Materials

Designation

Part number

Isopropanol

1161721

Masking tape

Bonding primer, plastic

31335448

Volvo Original Touch-up paint

Varnish 2-component

31335447

Sand paper P1000

Mixing pipe

1161730

Glue

9511027

Lubricant

1161150


Equipment
A0000162
IMG-239664

IMG-455178

IMG-459240


 
 

Information

1
 

  • 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.

 

Conditions

2
 

There may be parts in the accessories kit that are not needed for this installation.

 

Color symbols

3
IMG-400010
 

Note!
This colour chart displays (in colour print and electronic version) the importance of the different colours used in the images of the method steps.

  1. Used for focused component, the component with which you will do something.

  2. Used as extra colors when you need to show or differentiate additional parts.

  3. Used for attachments that are to be removed/installed. May be screws, clips, connectors, etc.

  4. Used when the component is not fully removed from the vehicle but only hung to the side.

  5. Used for standard tools and special tools.

  6. Used as background color for vehicle components.

  7. Used for accessory components.

 

Paintwork

 

Vehicles with R-design

4
IMG-461876
 
5
IMG-461923
 

Paint the sensors glossy black.

6
IMG-461926
 

Paint the sensors glossy black.

 

All vehicles

7
IMG-454277
 
8
IMG-454278
 
9
IMG-454282
 
 

Preparation

10
IMG-453256
 

Clean the surface.

Use: 1161721, Isopropanol

Allow to dry.

11
IMG-453300
 

Clean the surface.

Use: 1161721, Isopropanol

Allow to dry.

12
IMG-453286
 

Use: , Masking tape

13
IMG-453312
 

Use: , Masking tape

14
IMG-453319
 

Clean the surface.

Use: 1161721, Isopropanol

Allow to dry.

15
IMG-453320
 

Clean the surface.

Use: 1161721, Isopropanol

Allow to dry.

16
IMG-453324
 

Use: 31335448, Bonding primer, plastic

Also see the instructions on the container.

Allow to dry.

17
IMG-453327
 

Use: 31335448, Bonding primer, plastic

Also see the instructions on the container.

Allow to dry.

18
IMG-453324
 

Note!
Use correct color following the vehicle's paint code.

Use: , Volvo Original Touch-up paint

Use: 31335447, Varnish 2-component

Also see the instructions on the container.

Allow to dry.

19
IMG-453327
 

Note!
Use correct color following the vehicle's paint code.

Use: , Volvo Original Touch-up paint

Use: 31335447, Varnish 2-component

Also see the instructions on the container.

Allow to dry.

20
IMG-453254
 
21
IMG-444070
 

Clean the surface.

Use: 1161721, Isopropanol

Allow to dry.

22
IMG-444071
 

Matt the surface gently.

Use: , Sand paper P1000

23
IMG-444070
 

Clean the surface.

Use: 1161721, Isopropanol

Allow to dry.

24
IMG-444073
 

Caution!
Protect connector surfaces against paint spray.


Note!
Paint the sensors the same colour code as the vehicle.

Also see the instructions on the container.

Use: , Volvo Original Touch-up paint

Use: 31335447, Varnish 2-component

Allow to dry.

25
IMG-453255
 

Caution!
First the paint must dry after painting.

26
IMG-453334
 

Remove the tape.

27
IMG-453335
 

Remove the tape.

28
IMG-444086
 
29
 

Note!
The removal steps may contain installation details.

30
IMG-428925
 

Remove the panel.

31
IMG-428931
 

Remove the panel.

32
IMG-428948
 

Remove the panel.

Use hands only.

33
IMG-422871
 

Remove the panel.

Use hands only.

34
IMG-394096
 

Remove the marked part.

The part is to be reused.

35
IMG-394081
 

Remove the screw.

The part is to be reused.


Tightening torque: Accelerator pedal, to Floor , 6.5 Nm

36
IMG-394105
 

Remove the marked part.

37
IMG-394078
 
38
IMG-421281
 

Remove the marked part.

39
IMG-428960
 

Remove the screws.

Remove the panel.

40
IMG-383315
 

Disconnect the connector, if applicable.

 

Vehicles with driver's knee airbag

41
IMG-444312
 

Remove the screws.

42
IMG-444315
 

Warning!
Take extra care when handling supplemental restraint system (SRS) components.


Caution!
Pull carefully.

Remove the screws.

Fold marked part aside.


Tightening torque: Airbag to bracket , 5.5 Nm

43
IMG-429005
 

Note!
The number of connectors, cables and cable ties can vary depending on the vehicle's equipment level.

Release the connector catches.

Remove the marked part.

44
IMG-444286
 
45
IMG-429031
 

Remove the screws.


Tightening torque: Front seat to body , 40 Nm

46
IMG-444349
 
47
IMG-429045
 

Remove the screws.


Tightening torque: Front seat to body , 40 Nm

48
IMG-429060
 
49
IMG-396605
 

Disconnect the connector.

50
IMG-396606
 

Unhook the cable harness clips.

51
IMG-455753
 

Remove the marked part.

52
IMG-444150
 

Repeat on the other side.

Remove the marked part.

53
IMG-422035
 

Caution!
Make sure that the seat backrest upholstery (fold down position) is not damaged by contact with the floor!

54
IMG-444154
 
55
IMG-453410
 

Remove the marked part.

56
IMG-453427
 

Fold marked part aside.

57
IMG-453433
 

Remove the screw.


Tightening torque: Seat belt guide, to Bracket , 4.4 Nm

58
IMG-453452
 

Note!
The graphic shows the back of the component before removal.

59
IMG-453492
 

Fold marked part aside.

Use hands only.

60
IMG-419065
 

Release the catch.

Remove the marked part.

61
IMG-444209
 

Remove the panel.

Use hands only.

62
IMG-417504
 

Remove the panel.

Use hands only.

Disconnect the connector, if applicable.

63
IMG-453506
 

Remove the marked part.

64
IMG-453516
 

Detach the panel.

65
IMG-401580
 

Remove the panel.

66
IMG-445810
 
67
IMG-414611
 

Remove the marked part.

68
IMG-445825
 

Remove the marked part.

69
IMG-453562
 

Note!
The graphic shows the back of the component before removal.

70
IMG-453543
 

Fold marked part aside.

71
IMG-452321
 

Disconnect the connector.

72
IMG-453576
 

Remove the marked part.

73
IMG-453581
 

Remove the marked part.

Use: Electrician's screwdriver

74
IMG-444211
 

Remove the screw.


Tightening torque: M8 , 24 Nm

75
IMG-453583
 

Remove the marked part.

76
IMG-453603
 

Note!
The graphic shows the back of the component before removal.

77
IMG-453625
 

Remove the marked part.

Use hands only.

78
IMG-453652
 

Remove the clips.

79
IMG-453657
 

Remove the cable harness clips.

Fold marked part aside.

80
IMG-453658
 

Fold the insulation aside.

81
IMG-453720
 

Remove the clips.

82
IMG-446115
 

Raise the car.

Remove the screws.

83
IMG-451453
 

Remove the screws.

84
IMG-449790
 

Fold the wing liner aside.

85
IMG-453726
 

Remove the screw.

86
IMG-446200
 

Loosen the component indicated. Do not remove it.

Use hands only.

87
IMG-446201
 

Loosen the component indicated. Do not remove it.

88
IMG-400000
 

Repeat the steps when removing on opposite side.

89
IMG-454438
 

Disconnect the connector.

90
IMG-453870
 

Note!
The graphic shows the back of the component before removal.

91
IMG-453755
 

Caution!
Place the Bumper Cover on a suitable surface.


Note!
This step is easier with two people.

Remove the part carefully

Remove the marked part.

92
IMG-453935
 

Note!
The number of connectors, cables and cable ties can vary depending on the vehicle's equipment level.

Remove the cable harness.

The cable harness must not be reused.

 

Accessory installation

93
IMG-453756
 

Locate the markings for the positions.

Mark the centre.

Use: Scribe

94
IMG-453757
 
95
IMG-453759
 

Caution!
Sharp end of tool must be on outside of cover.


Use special tool: T9997685, Hole punch

96
IMG-453765
 

Clean the surfaces.

Use: 1161721, Isopropanol

Allow to dry.

97
IMG-453770
 

Note!
Note the position.


Note!
Prepare and install one holder at a time.

98
IMG-453772
 

Clean the surface.

Use: 1161721, Isopropanol

Allow to dry.

99
IMG-453774
 

Warning!
Wear protective gloves.


Warning!
Make sure to provide adequate ventilation.

Apply a thin and even layer.


Use special tool: T9512950, Glue gun (kit)

Use: 1161730, Mixing pipe
Use: 9511027, Glue

100
IMG-453873
 

Install the marked component.

101
IMG-453882
 

Use tape

Allow to dry.

Also see the instructions on the container.

Remove the tape.

102
IMG-400000
 

Repeat the steps when installing on opposite side.

103
IMG-455225
 

Note!
Orientation view

104
IMG-455227
 

Clean the surface.

Use: 1161721, Isopropanol

105
IMG-455229
 

Use detail according to image.

106
IMG-455232
 

Apply a thin and even layer.


Use special tool: T9512950, Glue gun (kit)

Use: 1161730, Mixing pipe

Use: 9511027, Glue

107
IMG-455235
 

Install the marked component.

108
IMG-455236
 

Use tape

Allow to dry.

Also see the instructions on the container.

Remove the tape.

109
IMG-454277
 

Use details according to image.

110
IMG-453997
 

Connect the two painted sensors to the external connections.

Repeated on the right-hand side.

111
IMG-454121
 

Note!
The number of connectors, cables and cable ties can vary depending on the vehicle's equipment level.

Use detail according to image.

112
IMG-454103
 

Fasten the wiring harness using the existing clips.

Connect the connectors.

113
IMG-454175
 

Use detail according to image.

114
IMG-454351
 

Adjust the position of the wiring harness.

Place the cable tie as illustrated.

115
IMG-454281
 

Position/route the cable harness as illustrated.

Route the cable harness to the existing cable harness.

Use a cable tie

116
IMG-454364
 

Place the Bumper Cover in position for installation.

Position/route the cable harness as illustrated.

Connect the connector.

117
IMG-454370
 

Connect the connector.

118
IMG-454373
 
119
IMG-454397
 

Remove the screws.

Fold marked part aside.

120
IMG-454398
 

Remove the marked part.

The part is not to be reused.

121
IMG-454419
 

Pull the wiring through.

122
IMG-454430
 

Caution!
Make sure that the rubber grommet seals properly to the body.

123
IMG-454423
 

Reinstall the removed part.

Tighten the bolts.


Tightening torque: Bracket for rear fender , 3 Nm

124
IMG-454426
 

Note!
This step is easier with two people.

Reinstall the bumper.

125
IMG-454479
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

126
IMG-454487
 

Route the wire adjacent to existing wirings.

Use a cable tie

127
IMG-454508
 

Route the wire adjacent to existing wirings.

Use a cable tie

128
IMG-445075
 

Route the wire adjacent to existing wirings.

Use a cable tie

129
IMG-445098
 

Route the wire adjacent to existing wirings.

Use a cable tie

130
IMG-445146
 

Fold the carpet aside.

Clean the surfaces.

Use: 1161721, Isopropanol

Position wire as illustrated.

Install components that come with the accessory kit.

131
IMG-455504
 

Use: Electrician's screwdriver

132
IMG-455510
 

Route the wire adjacent to existing wirings.

Use a cable tie

133
IMG-445220
 

Route the wire adjacent to existing wirings.

Use a cable tie

 

Removal

134
IMG-454695
 

Open the hood.

135
IMG-454702
 

Remove the screws.

Remove the marked part.

136
IMG-454703
 

Remove the screws.

137
IMG-403425
 

Remove the marked detail/details.

Repeat on the other side.

Use: Pliers

138
IMG-454711
 

Remove the screws.

Remove the marked part.

Repeat on the other side.


Tightening torque: Aluminum wheel rim to wheel hub
Stage 1: 4 Nm
Stage 2: 50 Nm
Stage 3: 140 Nm

139
IMG-454713
 

Remove the screws.

Remove the clips.

Repeat on the other side.

140
IMG-454714
 

Remove the nut.

Repeat on the other side.

141
IMG-449700
 

Fold the wing liner aside.

142
IMG-455575
 

Disconnect the connectors.

 

Vehicles with headlamp washers

143
IMG-449665
 

Warning!
Be prepared to collect escaping fluid.

Undo the hose from the connection.

 

Applies to the right-hand side

144
IMG-454727
 

Remove the screws.

Remove the clip.

145
IMG-454728
 

Remove the screw.

Remove the nut.

146
IMG-454735
 

Remove the marked part.

147
IMG-454741
 

Remove the screws.

Repeat on the other side.


Tightening torque: Bracket to front fender , 6 Nm

 

All vehicles

148
IMG-454761
 

Remove the screws.

Remove the clips.

Remove the marked part.

149
IMG-445264
 

Remove the clips.

150
IMG-412771
 

Caution!
Place the component on a suitable underlay or support.


Note!
This step requires the aid of another technician.

  1. Release the catches.

  2. Remove the part carefully

  3. Remove the marked part.

151
IMG-454816
 

Note!
The number of connectors, cables and cable ties can vary depending on the vehicle's equipment level.

Remove the cable harness.

The cable harness must not be reused.

152
IMG-454819
 

Remove the marked detail/details.

Repeated on the right-hand side.

 

Accessory installation

153
IMG-454840
 

Caution!
Use only special tool to mark the center.


Use special tool: T9997686, Hole punch

Use detail according to image.

154
IMG-454858
 
  1. Hold it down.

  2. Screw the tool to mark the center.

155
IMG-454866
 
156
IMG-454870
 

Hold it down.

157
IMG-454871
 
158
IMG-400000
 

Repeat the steps when installing accessories on opposite side.

159
IMG-454278
 

Use details according to image.

160
IMG-454893
 

Connect the two painted sensors to the external connections.

Repeated on the right-hand side.

 

Applies to the left-hand side:

161
IMG-459451
 

Use detail according to image.

162
IMG-454937
 

Install the marked component.

 

Applies to the right-hand side

163
IMG-459456
 

Use detail according to image.

164
IMG-459457
 

Install the marked component.

165
IMG-454277
 

Use details according to image.

166
IMG-454940
 

Install the marked component.

Repeated on the right-hand side.

167
IMG-454950
 

Note!
The number of connectors, cables and cable ties can vary depending on the vehicle's equipment level.

Use detail according to image.

168
IMG-454947
 

Note!
For vehicles without PAC360, both connectors should be cut. Protect with adhesive tape.

Fasten the wiring harness using the existing clips.

Connect the connectors.

169
IMG-455001
 

Reinstall the bumper.

170
IMG-454948
 

Use detail according to image.

171
IMG-455017
 

Note!
Orientation view

172
IMG-455115
 

Connect the connector.

173
IMG-455133
 

Connect the connector.

174
IMG-455766
 

Adjust the position of the component according to image.

Clamp the cables and connectors to the existing cables to prevent noise.

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

175
IMG-455141
 

Fold marked part aside.

176
IMG-455143
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

177
IMG-445784
 

Use detail according to image.

178
IMG-455155
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

179
IMG-455157
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

180
IMG-459291
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

181
IMG-459292
 

Use detail according to image.

182
IMG-459293
 

Install the cable.

183
IMG-459318
 

Note!
Orientation view

184
IMG-459328
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

185
IMG-459340
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

186
IMG-459354
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

187
IMG-445808
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

188
IMG-459364
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

189
IMG-459368
 

Position/route the cable as illustrated.

Use a cable tie

190
IMG-459372
 

Note!
Orientation view

191
IMG-459381
 

Loosen the hose clamp.

Fold marked part aside.

192
IMG-459410
 

Release the lock.

Remove the marked part.

193
IMG-459413
 

Remove the nut.

194
IMG-459414
 

Fold the insulation aside.

195
IMG-402286
 

Make a cut in the insulation.

196
IMG-459415
 

Press the marked component.

The part is not to be reused.

197
IMG-420381
 

Remove the screws.

Remove the marked part.

198
IMG-414590
 

Remove the panel.

199
IMG-445856
 

Fold the carpet aside.

200
IMG-446150
 

Make a cut in the insulation.

201
IMG-445864
 

Use detail according to image.

202
IMG-445903
 

Pull the wiring through.

Use: 1161150, Lubricant


Use special tool: T9814203, Expander pliers

203
IMG-445908
 

Caution!
Make sure that the rubber grommet seals properly to the body.

Insert the cable in to the passenger compartment, adjust the cable length out into the engine compartment and secure the rubber grommet.

204
IMG-455241
 

Use a cable tie

205
IMG-445916
 

Route the wire adjacent to existing wirings.

Use a cable tie

206
IMG-445928
 

Route the wire adjacent to existing wirings.

Use a cable tie

207
IMG-455763
 

Note!
Orientation view

 

Removal

208
IMG-445949
 

Remove the screws.

Remove the marked part.

209
IMG-387398
 
  1. Depress the locking device.

  2. Release the connector's catch.

  3. Disconnect the connector.

210
IMG-387423
 

Release the catches.

Remove the marked part.

211
IMG-400415
 

Release the connector's secondary lock.

Lift approximately 2 mm.

 

Accessory installation

212
IMG-445955
 

Note!
Orientation view

213
IMG-387476
 

Connect the prerouted wiring harness.

Connect the cable harness terminals in the connector as follows.

BN = Brown

GN = Green

GY = Grey

OG = Orange

WH = White

YE = Yellow

BU = Blue

VT = Violet

214
IMG-455173
 

Note!
Note the position.

215
IMG-400383
 

Depress the secondary lock.

216
IMG-387424
 

Reinstall the removed part.

 

Removal

217
IMG-445959
 

Note!
Orientation view

218
IMG-387415
 
  1. Depress the locking device.

  2. Release the connector's catch.

  3. Disconnect the connector.

219
IMG-387423
 

Release the catches.

Remove the marked part.

220
IMG-409615
 

Release the catches.

Remove the marked part.

221
IMG-409805
 


Use special tool: T9512632, Terminal removal tool (Color code: RED)

222
IMG-409625
 

Disconnect terminals from the connector, following the graphic.

BN = Brown

GN = Green

GY = Grey

OG = Orange

WH = White

YE = Yellow

 

Accessory installation

223
IMG-445961
 

Note!
Orientation view

224
IMG-421039
 

Connect the prerouted wiring harness.

Connect the cable harness terminals in the connector as follows.

BN = Brown

GN = Green

GY = Grey

OG = Orange

WH = White

YE = Yellow

225
IMG-455174
 

Note!
Note the position.

226
IMG-409626
 

Depress the secondary lock.

227
IMG-387424
 

Reinstall the removed part.

228
IMG-387144
 

Connect the connectors.

229
IMG-446038
 

Install the cables.

Use a cable tie

230
IMG-387145
 

Reinstall the removed part.

Reinstall the screws.

231
IMG-400005
 

Caution!
A change to another tire size will cause changes in tire circumference. This will affect the Parking assistance pilot function.

Check that the tire dimension stated in the vehicle configuration, corresponds to the actual tire dimension of the vehicle.

If this does not correspond, download correct software.

232
IMG-242268
 

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

 

Installation

233
IMG-400000
 

Reinstall the removed parts in reverse order.