Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
V60 2011
V60 (-18) 2011

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Parking assistance, camera, rear




IMG-343477




 
Equipment
IMG-242205
IMG-345497
IMG-239664
IMG-239660
IMG-240673
IMG-239981
IMG-239667
IMG-327738
IMG-351622
IMG-351621

IMG-352086

IMG-352087


 
  

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!

Some steps in these installation instructions are presented with illustration only.



Note!

Work is carried out the same way on left-hand drive vehicles and on right-hand drive vehicles. Left-hand drive vehicle shown. In cases where there are differences between left and right-hand drive vehicles, both versions are shown.


 
1
IMG-352121
 

2
IMG-352126
 

  • Remove the screws.

Tightening torque: Front seat to body, 40 Nm

3
IMG-352127
 

4
IMG-352131
 

  • Remove the screws

Tightening torque: Front seat to body, 40 Nm

5
IMG-351651
 

  • Open the boot lid.

6
IMG-332193
 

  • Set the ignition key to position 0.


Note!

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


7
IMG-292804
 

  • Remove the panel.

8
IMG-292826
 

  • Remove the panel.

9
IMG-345113
 

  • Carefully pry loose the panel with air blower at the lower edge and then all the way around. The panel is secured by clips on the sides and at the top and with catches on the lower edge.

10
IMG-339997
 

  • Pull out the panel and disconnect the connector for the hazard warning lights.

11
IMG-339998
 

  • Remove the screws.

12
IMG-339999
 

  • Remove the screws.

13
IMG-282533
 

  • Fold the floor mat to one side by the left-hand side of the tunnel console.

14
IMG-340192
 

  • Loosen the clips on the cable harness from the tunnel console.

  • Disconnect the connector for the CCM.

15
IMG-282544
 

Applies to cars with Four-C

  • Disconnect the connector for the keypad for Four-C.

16
IMG-296139
 

Applies to all models

17
IMG-296140
 

Applies to vehicles with an automatic gearbox

  • Release the shift-lock function.

  • Move the gear selector to position "D".

18
IMG-282545
 

Applies to all models

19A
IMG-340001
19B
IMG-340196
 

Illustrations A and B

  • Carefully pry off the centre console panel starting on both sides at the rear edge. It is secured by two clips along the long sides. On manual gearboxes, the gear lever boot is secured by four catches (1) around the gear lever panel, (Image B).

  • Lift it up slightly and make sure that all cables are free from the gear lever carrier and components in the tunnel console, and lift it out.

20A
IMG-345114
20B
IMG-360002
20C
IMG-360001
20D
IMG-345115
 

Illustration A, B, C and D

  • Carefully pry loose the panel at the lower edge and then all the way around.

Use: Electrician's screwdriver

21
IMG-345232
 

  • Remove the screws.

22
IMG-345233
 

  • Carefully pull the media player out, disconnect the connectors and place to one side.

23
IMG-340008
 

  • Detach and pull out the display.

  • Disconnect the connectors for the cables from the display. If there is no connection (1), place the display to one side and replace with a new one. Otherwise it is reused.

24
IMG-348526
 

Applies to vehicles with 5" display


Note!

If the connection on the display is missing, the display must be changed.


25
IMG-352166
 

Applies to vehicles with 7" display

  • In cases where a connector is connected to the designated position, loosen the connector and fold back the cable and secure the connector to the existing cable harness.

Use: Electrical tape

26
IMG-345776
 


Note!

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


  • Unplug the connectors.

27
IMG-344481
 

28
IMG-344483
 

  • Remove the wiper arm.

29
IMG-344484
 

30
IMG-344487
 

31
IMG-344488
 

32
IMG-344489
 

33
IMG-344490
 

  • Repeat the operation on the other side.

34
IMG-352241
 

35
IMG-352242
 

  • Use special tool: 9997390

36
IMG-352243
 

  • Carefully pry the panel open by loosening one clip at a time.

  • Use special tool: 9997390

37
IMG-352244
 

  • Carefully pry the panel open by loosening one clip at a time.

  • Use special tool: 9997390

38
IMG-352246
 

  • Remove the panel.

39
IMG-344495
 

40
IMG-344494
 

  • Remove the screws.

41
IMG-344496
 

  • Remove the wiper motor.

42
IMG-344497
 

  • Remove the nuts.

43A
IMG-344498
43B
IMG-344499
 

Illustrations A and B

  • Remove the panel.


Note!

Do not damage the boot lid paint.


  • Place the panel to one side. A new panel can be found in the kit.

44
IMG-342317
 

45
IMG-342318
 

46
IMG-344501
 

  • Slacken off the screws.

47
IMG-352093
 

  • Carry out on both sides.

Use: Screwdriver

48
IMG-339894
 

49
IMG-344516
 

50
IMG-303083
 

51
IMG-344520
 

52
IMG-344546
 

  • Remove the rubber strip.

53
IMG-344547
 

54
IMG-344522
 

55
IMG-344526
 

56
IMG-344541
 

57
IMG-344519
 

58
IMG-339918
 

59
IMG-340032
 

60
IMG-340033
 

  • Remove the rubber strip.

61
IMG-340034
 

  • Carefully pull off the panel in the middle!

62
IMG-340035
 

  • Unhook the panel from the lower edge of the A-pillar panel.


Note!

Fold to one side from the bonnet opener.


63
IMG-340036
 

  • Carefully pry off the rear panel, and remove both panel sections.

64
IMG-340037
 

  • Push holes into the carpet for the locating holes for the control module bracket. Holes to the bracket are in the member. Enlarge the holes so the locating lugs go through.

65
IMG-339901
 

  • Press the bracket's locating lugs into the holes.

  • Drill through the bracket and carpet.

  • Remove bracket.

66
IMG-339903
 

  • Fold the carpet up.

  • Drill out the holes from both sides.

  • Remove any swarf.

67
IMG-340038
 

  • Rivet the nuts.

68
IMG-344517
 

  • Take the camera and new pendulum from the kit and secure the camera.

69
IMG-344529
 

  • Install a new seal on the camera.

70
IMG-344528
 

  • Install the other new seals in the panel. Check the old panel so that the seals are correctly positioned.

71A
IMG-344518
71B
IMG-344499
 

Illustrations A and B

  • Reinstall the panel.

72
IMG-344532
 

73
IMG-344525
 

74
IMG-344521
 

75
IMG-344533
 

76
IMG-344539
 

  • Remove the left rubber grommet from the boot lid and body.

77A
IMG-344537
77B
IMG-344531
 

Illustration A

  • Take cable harness A, connect the connector to the camera and route the cable harness along the existing cable harness out to the left-hand side of the boot lid.

  • Secure at the existing cable harness using cable ties.

Illustration B

  • Continue to route the cable harness inside the left-hand side of the boot lid.

  • Route it through the removed rubber grommet and out.

  • Secure at the existing cable harness using a cable tie. If necessary, use tension springpart no. 9512932 to route the cable through.

78
IMG-345341
 

  • Push the contact into the supplied receptacle housing so that it locks securely.

  • Press the grey lock into the isolator.

79
IMG-344538
 

  • Route the cable harness from the rubber grommet at the rear edge of the body along the existing cable harness down to the floor.

  • Clamp using cable ties.

80
IMG-344536
 

  • Continue to route the cable inside the insulation panel and out on the floor along the existing cable harness. If necessary, use tension spring part no. 9512932 to route the cable through.

81
IMG-344530
 

  • Route the cable harness along the existing cable harness, under the insulation and up to the rear seat.

  • Secure using cable ties.

82
IMG-339907
 

  • Route the cable under the insulation in the luggage compartment and rear seat and at the cable duct and out along the left-hand rear door.

83
IMG-340254
 

  • Route the cable inside the lower B-pillar panel and carpet to the carpet joint at the left-hand front door.

84
IMG-339908
 

  • Route the existing cable (1) to the control module's power supply (under the carpet) and place it in the hole in the carpet.

  • Take the remaining cable harness (B), place it in the hole in the carpet. Route under the carpet up towards the hole for the display.

85
IMG-340115
 

  • Continue to route the cable inside the centre console and up to the location for the display. If necessary, use tension spring part no. 9512932 to pull the cable through. Route the cable between both air ducts. Ensure that the cables are routed so they are not at risk of being cut off.

86
IMG-340256
 

  • Ensure that all cables are placed in the hole in the carpet, and allow a 350 mm piece to protrude from it.

87
IMG-340257
 

  • Tighten the control module to the bracket.

88
IMG-329273
 

89
IMG-340259
 

  • Connect the connectors to the control module.

90
IMG-329275
 

  • Clamp down the cables.

91
IMG-329276
 

92
IMG-367232
 

Check that the cable harness does not hang and touch the newly installed control module.

93
IMG-367234
 

Push up and secure the cable harness as necessary.

94
IMG-342116
 

95
IMG-342121
 

96
IMG-348748
 


Note!

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


  • Plug in the connectors.

97
IMG-351626
 

  • Connect the newly routed cable to the display.

98
IMG-340130
 

  • Install the display and tighten.

99
IMG-340131
 

100A
IMG-340147
100B
IMG-340148
 

Illustrations A and B

  • Connect, reinstall and tighten the media player.

101
IMG-340564
 

  • Disconnect the connector from the dashboard environment panel.

102A
IMG-340580
102B
IMG-340554
 

Illustrations A and B

  • Remove the screws holding the dashboard environment panel.

  • Remove the dashboard environment panel.

103
IMG-340700
 

  • Carefully pry loose the dummy and place it to one side.

104
IMG-340711
 

  • Take the button from the kit and push it into place instead of the dummy.

105A
IMG-340555
105B
IMG-340580
 

106
IMG-340563
 

107
IMG-340149
 

108
IMG-340150
 

109
IMG-340151
 

110
IMG-339905
 

111
IMG-342716
 

112
IMG-282559
 

Applies to cars with Four-C

113
IMG-340288
 

Applies to all models

114
IMG-340152
 

115
IMG-340153
 

116
IMG-339916
 

117
IMG-344527
 

  • Reinstall the remaining removed parts in the luggage compartment, rear seat and boot lid in reverse order.

118
IMG-344540
 

119
IMG-344523
 

120
IMG-344524
 

121
IMG-242268
 

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

122
IMG-275777
 

    Calibrate the camera. Information can be found in VIDA under:

  • DIAGNOSTICS

  • VEHICLE COMMUNICATION

  • Advanced

  • PAC

  • Service calibration, parking camera