Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
S60 2012
S60 (11-18) 2012 Europe

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Parking assistance, camera, front blind view




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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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Applies to all models


Note!

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


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

  • Turn the ignition key to position 0.

  • Disconnect the battery negative lead.


Note!

Wait at least three minutes before unplugging the connectors or removing other electrical equipment.


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  • Remove the side panel on both sides.

3
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  • Remove the rear side panel.

4
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  • 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.

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

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  • Remove the screws.

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  • Remove the screws.

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

9
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  • Loosen the clip on the cable harness from the tunnel console.

  • Disconnect the connector for the CCM.

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  • Loosen the connector to the keypad for Four-C, if the car is equipped with this.

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12
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Applies to cars with automatic transmission

  • Release the shift-lock function.

  • Move the gear selector to position "D".

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14A
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14B
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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.

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15B
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15C
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15D
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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

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  • Remove the screws.

17
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  • Carefully pull the media player out, disconnect the connectors and place them to one side.

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    18B
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    Illustrations A and B

    19
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    • Detach and pull out the display.

    20
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    • Disconnect the connectors from the cables from the display and place to one side. It will be used again.

    21
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    • Poke out the 12V cable.

    22
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    • Take the cable harness out of the kit and place it on the left hand side of the tunnel console.

    • Connect the 12V cable to the female connector on the cable harness and insert the remaining male connector through the hole to the position where the cup holder was located.

    • Pull the cable forward inside the carpet for the centre console.

    23
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    • Cut off the foam, remove the protective tape and wind the foam around the connector and fuse holder.

    24
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    • Place the foam covered parts in the space as illustrated. Ensure that the cables do not come into contact with sharp edges.

    25A
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    25B
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    Illustration A

      Applies to left-hand drive cars

    • Continue to route the shorter of the cables inside the centre console and up to the position for display. If necessary use a wire spring to pull the cable through. The cable is pulled forward between the air ducts.

    • Pull the longer of the cables in front of the air ducts in the centre console over to the other side.

    • Clamp the cable for the display into place using a cable tie and clips as illustrated in image B. Ensure that the cables are not pulled so tight that there is a risk that they can be frayed.

    • Conceal the cable harness behind the rear edge of the carpet.

    Illustration B

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    26B
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    Illustration A

      Applies to right-hand drive cars

    • Continue to pull the shorter of the cables inside the centre console and up to the location of the display. If necessary use a wire spring to pull the cable through. Allow the longer of the cables to remain on the floor for the time being.

    • Clamp the cable for the display into place using a cable tie and clips as illustrated in image B. Ensure that the cable is not pulled so tight that there is a risk that they can be frayed.

    • Conceal the cable harness behind the rear edge of the carpet.

    Illustration B

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    Applies to all models

    • Connect the cables and the newly routed cable (1) to the display.

    28
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    • Reinstall the display and tighten.

    29
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    30
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    31
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    32A
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    32B
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    Illustrations A and B

    • Connect, reinstall and tighten the media player.

    33
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    • Disconnect the connector from the dashboard environment panel.

    34A
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    34B
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    Illustrations A and B

    • Remove the screws holding the dashboard environment panel.

    • Remove the dashboard environment panel.

    35
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    • Carefully pry loose the dummy and place it to one side.

    36
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    • Take the button from the kit and push it into place instead of the dummy.

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    37B
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    Illustrations A and B

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    39
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    40
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    41
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    42
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    43
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    44
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    Applies to cars with Four-C

    45
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    Applies to all models

    46
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    47
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    48
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    • Tape around the grille.

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    49B
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    • Use wedge part.no.9997390 to pry the grille loose. Pry opposite the catches (Image B).

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    50B
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    50C
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    50D
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    50E
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    Image A, B, C, D and E

    • Insert the wedge to the stop and press it down, at the same time as the grille is pulled outwards. Repeat for all catches as illustrated (C-E).


    Note!

    The grille is firmly fixed so be careful with the bumper cover.


    51
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    Applies to left-hand drive cars

    52
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    53
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    Applies to cars with 5-cylinder engine

  • Carry out points 54-59 to facilitate access to the rubber grommet in the cowl panel.

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  • Fold out the wing liner at the rear edge.

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    56
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  • Remove the panel.

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  • Remove the screws.

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  • Slide the catalytic converter to the left and secure it using a cable tie.

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  • Remove the rubber lead-in in the firewall on the right hand side and place it to one side.

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  • Fold back the carpets.

  • Insert the long cable through the hole and out into the engine compartment.

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  • Remove the clips.

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  • Bend the insulation panel to one side and insert the spring inside it and down to the rubber lead-in in the firewall.

  • Tie 40 cm of a thin electric wire in the upper eyelet to allow for further extraction of the tensile spring on the underside of the car

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    • Take the rubber lead-in from the kit and cut off the outer section of the one of the rubber teats.

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    • Take the expander expander pliers, lubricate the three expander lugs with low temperature grease.

    • Insert the pliers and carefully expand the hole in the small rubber teat thread the rubber lead-in over the switch with cable.


    Note!

    Do not expand the hole more than is necessary to get the switch through, the rubber lead-in can easily split.


    65
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    • Tape the connector and a piece of the cable at the spring.

    • Pull up the cable to the upper side of the engine.

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    • Place the cable where the thick cable harness goes into the cold zone (1).

    • Route it along the cable harness around the radiator expansion tank.

    • Clamp using tie straps around the thick cable harness. Do not tighten the clamps yet.

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    • Route the cable along the thick cable harness and cable duct forward to the headlamp location.

    • Clamp using tie straps around the panel flange, thick cable harness and cable duct. Do not tighten the clamps yet.

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    • Disconnect the mounting catches and move the upper spacer backwards.

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    69B
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    69C
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    Applies to cars without radiator damper

    Illustrations A, B and C

    • Insert the cable through the hole in the lower edge of the front panel and out.

    • Route the cable further on and under the right air baffle and out in front of the radiator.

    • Press the upper spacer into place.

    • Pull the cable through and clamp at the three panel brackets.

    • Pull the cable after the final clamp as illustrated (Adjust the length as necessary. Leave as little excess as possible inside the grille). Do not tighten the clamps yet.

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    70B
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    70C
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    Applies to cars with radiator damper

    Illustrations A, B and C

    • Draw out the cable at the bottom under the air baffle.

    • Push the end of the damper and air baffle to one side, and pull out the connector with cable.

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    • Place the cable under the front edge of the grille between the energy absorber and the radiator damper frame and out.

    • Let the cable protrude approximately according to the dimensions opposite where the camera is to be located.

    72
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    Applies to right-hand drive cars

    73
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    74
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    Applies to cars with 4-cylinder engine

  • Carry out points 75-76 to facilitate access to the rubber grommet in the cowl panel.

  • Remove the screws

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  • Remove the panel.

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  • Remove the rubber lead in the firewall.

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  • Bend the floor mat and the insulating mat back.

  • Insert the long cable through the hole and out into the engine compartment.

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  • Remove the clips.

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  • Bend the insulation panel to one side and insert the spring inside it and down to the rubber lead-in in the firewall.

  • Tie 40 cm of a thin electric cable in the upper eyelet to allow for further extraction of the tensile springs on the underside of the car.


  • Note!

    On cars with a 6-cylinder engine, the hoses to the heating element are inside the panel. This means that there is limited space when routing the cable.


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    • Take the rubber lead-in from the kit and cut off the outer section of the one of the rubber teats.

    81
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    • Take the expander expander pliers, lubricate the three expander lugs with low temperature grease.

    • Insert the pliers and carefully expand the hole in the small rubber teat thread the rubber lead-in over the switch with cable.


    Note!

    Do not expand the hole more than is necessary to get the switch through, the rubber lead-in can easily split.


    82
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    • Tape the connector and a piece of the cable at the spring.

    • Pull up the cable to the upper side of the engine.

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    83B
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    Illustration A

    • Pull the cable to the left inside the insulation panel and on the left hand side of the cable duct.

    • Clamp at the cable duct.

    • Route alongside the battery box and up to the cable at the corner of the battery box. Then tighten so that there is no risk of fraying.

    Illustration B

    • Continue to route the cable along the rear edge of the air filter and then back on the underside of the front panel along the cable for the bonnet release. Clamp using tie straps and clips. Do not tighten the clamps yet.

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    84B
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    84C
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    Applies to cars without radiator damper

    Illustrations A, B and C

    • Continue routing the cable from the underside of the front panel. Insert the cable out through the lead-in in the lower edge of the front panel.

    • Route the cable on under the left air baffle and out in front of the radiator. Clamp using tie straps.

    • Pull out the cable and clamp at the panel bracket.

    • Pull the cable after the clamp as illustrated (Adjust the length as necessary. Leave as little excess as possible inside the grille). Do not tighten the clamps yet.

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    85B
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    85C
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    Applies to cars with radiator damper

    Illustrations A, B and C

    • Draw out the cable at the bottom under the air baffle.

    • Push the end of the damper and air baffle to one side, and pull out the connector with cable.

    86
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    • Place the cable under the front edge of the grille between the energy absorber and the radiator damper frame and out.

    • Let the cable protrude approximately according to the dimensions opposite where the camera is to be located.

    87
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    Applies to low emission cars. (DRIV'e).

    1. Saw or cut out the hole for the camera bracket.

    2. File or grind smooth any imperfections.

    88
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    Applies to all models

    • Take the grille and install the front piece of the camera holder.

    89
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    • Remove the lens cover.

    90
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    • Install the O-ring.

    91
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    • Install the camera, rear piece and tighten.


    Note!

    Ensure to turn the camera correctly.


    92A
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    92B
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    92C
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    Illustration A

      Image B applies to left hand drive cars without radiator damper, image C with

    • Position the grille with the left end first. Check that the cable excess is sufficient to connect the camera and press the grille into place.

    • Connect the cable to the camera.

    • Tighten the tie straps inside the grille (Image B).

    Illustration B

    Illustration C

    • Ensure that there is not more cable in the grille than is required to connect the camera. Remaining excess cable can be pressed behind the lower edge of the grille.

    93A
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    93B
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    93C
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    Illustration A

      Image B applies to right hand drive cars without radiator damper, image C with

    • Position the grille with the left end first. Check that the cable excess is sufficient to connect the camera and press the grille into place.

    • Connect the cable to the camera.

    • Tighten the tie straps inside the grille (Image B).

    Illustration B

    Illustration C

    • Ensure that there is not more cable in the grille than is required to connect the camera. Remaining excess cable can be pressed behind the lower edge of the grille.

    94
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    Applies to both left and right hand drive cars

    • Push the grille into place all around. Make sure that all catches engage.

    95
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    • Pull the excess back from the grille and insert into the passenger compartment.

    • Tighten the clamps by hand.

    • Press the rubber grommet into place.

    96
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    Applies to left-hand drive cars with 5-cylinder engine

  • Move the catalytic converter back.

  • 97
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    98
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    Applies to both left and right hand drive cars

  • Reinstall the remaining detached components in reverse order.

  • 99
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    • Reconnect the battery negative lead

    100
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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.


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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.