Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
V70 2008
V70 (08-) 2008

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Parking assistance, camera




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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.

  

Note!

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


 

Preparations

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Preparations

  • Set the ignition key to position 0.

  • Disconnect the battery negative lead.


    Note!

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


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  • Remove the gas strut's lower mounting.

3
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4
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5
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Preparations, trunk lid

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Preparations, trunk lid

  • Remove the two screws from the opening handle.

7
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  • Remove the screw at the lower edge of the trunk lid's upper panel, on both sides.

  • Unhook the lower edge of the panel from the lower panel, on both sides.

8
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  • Remove the trunk lid panel by first pulling it loose at the edges and then the upper edge. It is attached by clips on the inside.

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  • Remove the lower panel by prying it off around the edge using a weatherstrip tool. Then carefully pull it off so that all the clips on the inside release.

  • If the car is equipped with an electric door closer, remove its connector.

 

Cargo compartment preparations

10
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Cargo compartment preparations

  • Carefully pry off the rear ceiling lighting and detach the connector.

11
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  • Remove the screw holding the ceiling panel and carefully pry it loose. It is attached by thirteen clips.

12
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  • Pull off the rubber molding on the left-hand side in the cargo compartment opening.

13
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  • Carefully pry off the D-pillar panel at the top edge and pull off/up from the side panel. It is secured by four clips.

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  • Remove the screws holding the trunk lid's sill at the rear crossmember.

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  • Carefully pull off the trunk lid's sill panel, it is secured by six clips.

 
16
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  • Remove the seat cushion by pulling it up at the front edge on both sides. It is secured by two holders on the lower side.

17
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  • Fold the left-hand backrest forward.

  • Remove the side cushion on the left by first pulling it backwards at the upper edge until the hooks (1) release. Then pull it inwards slightly until the hook (2) releases, and upwards until the locating pin (3) disengages from the mounting at the rear edge.

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  • Remove the three screws at the upper edge of the side panel and top panel.

19
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  • Carefully pull off the top panel from the side panel, it is secured by a clip at the front edge and a locating pin at the rear edge.

  • Unhook the seat belt and place the panel to one side.

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  • Remove the left-hand side panel by grasping it at the upper edge and carefully pulling it from the car body and lifting up. It is secured by six clips.

21
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Installing the camera

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Installing the camera

  • Remove the license plate and holder.

  • Take the template from the kit. Place it to the right of the plate lighting panel, so that it is against it and against the trunk lid's vertical section. The template must be turned so that the small arrow marks in the template are visible, and position as illustrated.


    Caution!

    It is important that the template is positioned correctly and is turned as illustrated so that the camera is correctly positioned in the trunk lid.


  • Take a scriber and make marks for sawing and drilling holes for screws and the camera.

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  • Tape the trunk lid to protect the paintwork when sawing and drilling.

  • Drill two Ø3mm (1/8") holes for attaching the camera.

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  • First drill a hole for the saw blade.

  • Carefully saw out the hole following the inside of the marking. The marking should remain visible.

  • Adjust the size of the hole using a file if necessary.

  • Remove any swarf.

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  • Make a Ø25 mm (1" ) hole for the cable to the camera at the right lower section of the trunk lid, approximately where illustrated.


    Note!

    Hold the belt for the wiper motor to one side to prevent damaging it whilst drilling.


  • Even off the edges using a fine file.

  • Remove any swarf.

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  • Take the cable harness marked A in the kit image.

  • Insert the cable end with the yellow marking through the drilled hole in the trunk lid.

  • Place the template over the hole inside the trunk lid. The template must be turned with the arrow markings towards the trunk lid.

  • Insert the cable into the hole.

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  • Route the cable through the template and hole.

  • Connect the cable's connector to the camera.

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  • Screw the right-hand screw fully in the camera.

  • Align the template so that the right-hand hole in the template is directly above the right-hand hole in the lid.

  • Hold the template in position (inside the hole in the trunk lid) and, at the same time, tighten the camera's right-hand screw so it holds.

  • Align the left-hand holes with each other, fit the screw and tighten the camera.

 

Cable routing

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Cable routing

  • Remove the clamp in the rubber grommet and carefully pull the rubber grommet from the mounting in the car body and trunk lid.

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  • Remove the holders for the rubber grommet in the car body and trunk lid. They are secured by four surrounding catches.

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  • Tape around the hole edges in the car body and on the trunk lid to avoid damaging the cable harness when working with it. Apply several layers of tape.

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32B
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Illustration A

Illustration B

  • Secure the cable harness from the camera using a cable tie (1) in the usual cable tie for the cable harness (2).

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  • Insert the cable into the hole in the trunk lid and the rubber grommet's holder.

34
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  • Apply three pieces of butyl tape to the trunk lid's right end as illustrated.

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  • Place the cable harness from the camera inside the contact strip to the rear window's heating elements.

  • Secure the cable harness with pieces of butyl tape.

  • Clamp the cable harness where is crosses the existing cable harness, use a cable tie from the kit.

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  • In previous installation kits the receptacle housings are around the connector on the section of cable that is not equipped with chafe protection. Carefully poke up the four mounting brackets and remove the receptacle housings from the connector.


    Note!

    Handle the receptacle housings with care, they are fragile.


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  • Insert a piece of wire through the rubber grommet.

  • Tape the connector at the wire securely. Also, position the wire slightly out on the cable so that the connector does not take all the strain when the cable is pulled through. Now tape the wire at the connector and cable.

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  • Carefully pull the connector through with the cable.

  • Remove the tape and wire.

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  • Insert the cable harness through the holder to the rubber grommet and the hole at the upper edge of the trunk lid opening.

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40B
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Illustration A

  • Take the receptacle housing section of the connector with the two metal strips from the kit.

  • Carefully place the connector in the receptacle housing section with the round section (1) of the connector aligned in the corresponding cut-out (1) in the receptacle housing section. The upturned section (2) of the connector must also be aligned in the corresponding cut-out in the receptacle housing section.

Illustration B

  • Carefully place the other receptacle housing section on the connector. The upturned section (2) of the connector must be aligned in the corresponding cut-out in the receptacle housing section.

  • Press the receptacle housings and connector together until the four catches engage.


Note!

The components are small and fragile so take care when aligning the connector and receptacle housings in each other to avoid damage and resulting poor contact.


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  • Remove the tape from around the hole edges in the body and trunk lid.

  • Secure the rubber grommet's holders in both ends of the rubber grommet.

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  • Snap the clamp into place again around the rubber grommet with the lug (1) aligned in the hole (2).

  • Do the same with the other clamp.

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  • Press the rubber grommet into the car body at both ends.

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  • Close the trunk lid and check that the rubber grommet is correctly positioned, it should be at the bottom of the trunk lid's frame.

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  • Route the cable harness to the left towards the D pillar.

  • Clamp above the ceiling panel at the existing cable harness using two cable ties.

  • Route at the D pillar along the existing cable harness to the front edge of the fuse holder.

  • Secure using three cable ties.

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  • Continue to route the cable harness along the existing cable harness, under the rail, and forward between the brackets to the rail and wheel housing.

  • Secure at the existing cable harness using two cable ties.

 

Installing the parking assistance camera (PAC)

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Installing the parking assistance camera (PAC)

  • Fold up the cargo compartment floor's insulation. Remove the foam from the insulation at the perforation.

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  • Clean the area of the cargo compartment floor as illustrated. Use isopropanol.

  • Wipe dry.

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  • Take the control module from the kit.

  • Use isopropanol and clean the two polished surfaces on the control module.

  • Wipe dry.

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  • Take two Velcro straps from the kit and press them together edge to edge.

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  • Cut off the Velcro straps in the center.

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  • Remove the protective film from one side of the two attached Velcro strips.

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  • Press the Velcro strips onto the cleaned surfaces of the control module.

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  • Remove the protective film from the installed Velcro strips.

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  • Position the control module on the floor so that it fits in the cut-out in the insulation.

  • Secure the control module to the floor.

  • Connect the routed cable connector to the control module.

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56B
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Illustration A

  • Take the adapter cable B with the green connector from the kit. Connect the green 16 pin connector to the control module.

  • Connect the green prerouted 5-pin male connector to the corresponding connector in the adapter cable.

  • Secure the excess cable at the existing using a cable tie.

Image B applies to cars with trailer module (TRM):

The image shows the location of the control module for the parking assistance camera (PAC) together with the trailer module (TRM).

  • Ensure that the control module for the parking assistance camera is positioned so that it and the wiring do not rub against the trailer module (TRM).

  • Disconnect the green 5-pin male connector (1) from the trailer module (TRM) and connect to the green 5-pin female connector (2) in the adapter cable. Connect the remaining green connectors (3) in the adapter cable to the parking assistance camera module and the trailer module (TRM).

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  • Take the ground lead from the prerouted adapter cable. Route it backwards along the cable duct and the thin cable harness to the rear crossmember.

  • Pull the cable over to the right-hand side of the crossmember and connect it to the existing ground terminal.

  • Tighten the ground screw. Tighten to 10 Nm (7.5 lbf.ft.).

  • Wash the rear crossmember using isopropanol where the ground lead is to be taped. Wipe dry.

  • Secure the cable using cable ties and wide pieces of silver/fabric tape or similar.


    Note!

    The ground lead must only be taped at the rear crossmember, it must not be secured by the thick cable harness.


 

Preparations, passenger compartment

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Preparations, passenger compartment

  • Remove the dashboard's left-hand end panel by carefully twisting it (1) using a weatherstrip tool until the two catches release and then pull it backwards (2).

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  • Remove the rear sill panel at the left-hand front door by first carefully prying off the middle clip and the rearmost clip.

  • Bend up the panel until it can be unhooked at the rear edge.

  • Pull off the clip at the front edge so that both front and rear panels release. Turn the rear sill trim panel 90° towards the front and unhook it.

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  • Detach the rubber molding on the front edge of the door opening.

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  • Remove the front sill trim panel from in the left-hand front door by lifting it at the rear edge. Pull it backwards until the clip in the middle releases. Then pull it down at an angle from the A pillar panel.

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62B
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Steps 62 - 63 only apply to left-hand drive cars

Illustration A

  • Remove the panel in front of the steering column cover by pulling it straight back.

Illustration B

  • Loosen the panel with the steering column cover's rubber seal, it is secured with eight clips.

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  • Remove the four screws for the combined instrument panel. Insert a weatherstrip tool between the combined instrument panel's upper edge and the dashboard so the edge releases, and pull out the combined instrument panel.

  • Disconnect the connector on the rear side and place the instrument panel to one side.

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Applies to all models

Illustration A

  • Insert the tool, part no. 9512943 in the joint between the loudspeaker grille and the dashboard approximately as illustrated, until it engages.


    Note!

    There is little space between the grille and the dashboard and it is easy to damage the paint on the grille. Therefore, insert paper or a thin piece of plastic in the joint between the grille and the tool before installing the tool, to protect the paint.


  • Turn the tool 90° so that the hook engages with the underside of the loudspeaker grille.

Illustration B

  • Pull upwards until the loudspeaker grille detaches, it is secured with six clips. If necessary, move the tool closer to the clips to facilitate the removal.


    Note!

    Do not damage the dashboard and grille.


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  • Remove the six screws in the bracket for the screen and pull it up.

  • Remove the connectors and place the module to one side.

 

Cable routing and connecting to the screen.

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Cable routing and connecting to the screen.

Illustration A

  • Take the remaining cable harness and connect it to the control module.

  • Route it under the member at the wheel housing, under the insulation and up to the door opening at the left-hand rear door.

Illustration B

  • Pull out the B pillar panel at the lower edge until the two clips release.

  • Continue to route the cable harness inside the B pillar panel and forwards in the car. Route the cable harness along the left-hand side, in front of the floor and insulation panels, up to the front edge of the door opening.

Illustration C

    Only applies to left-hand drive cars

  • Route the cable harness inside the floor and insulation panels, up on the A pillar slightly, and then at an angle upwards, in through the lower hole behind the end panel, towards the dashboard. Route the cable harness to the location for the screen in the dashboard.

  • Place the cable harness so that it does not come into contact with sharp edges or moving parts under the dashboard.

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    Only applies to right-hand drive cars.

  • Take a piece of wire and insert it by the air ducts through the hole for the screen. Pull it out to the left, above the glove compartment and out through the left-hand end of the dashboard.

  • Tape the connector on the cable to the screen by the wire.

  • Pull the cable up to the location for the screen and out through the hole in the dashboard.

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68B
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Illustration A

    Applies to all models

  • Tape the cable using foam or insulation tape for example, at the point where the cable lies against the edge. This is to protect it against rubbing.

  • Take a tie strap from the kit and secure the cable in the hole on the end as illustrated.

Illustration B

    Only applies to left-hand drive cars.

  • Take two tie straps from the kit and clamp the cable at the existing cable harnesses inside the dashboard as illustrated.

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Installing screens

    Applies to all models

  • Take the screen with bracket.

  • Connect the connector (1) on the pre-routed cable to the left-hand socket on the screen.

  • Reinstall the connector (2) for the existing cable in the right-hand socket on the screen.

  • Reinstall the bracket with the screen and tighten using the six screws.

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  • Reinstall the loudspeaker grille.

 

Finishing work

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Finishing work

Steps 71 - 72 only apply to left-hand drive cars

  • Connect and reinstall the combined instrument panel.

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72B
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Illustration A

  • Reinstall the panel with the steering column cover's rubber seal and press the eight clips into place.

Illustration B

  • Press the panel in front of the steering column cover.

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Applies to all models

  • Reinstall the lower panel of the B pillar panel.

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  • Reinstall the A pillar's lower panel.

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  • Reinstall the rubber strip in the door opening.

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  • Reinstall the front door's sill trim panel.

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  • Reinstall the dashboard end.

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  • Reinstall the sill trim panel.

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  • Reinstall the side panel.

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  • Reinstall the top panel.

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  • Reinstall the screws in the side panel and top panel.

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  • Reinstall the side bolster.

  • Return the left backrest to an upright position.

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  • Reinstall the seat cushion.

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  • Reinstall the tailgate sill trim panel.

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  • Tighten the trunk lid's sill panel.

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  • Reinstall the D pillar panel.

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  • Reinstall the rubber strip.

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  • Reinstall the ceiling panel and tighten with the screw.

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  • Connect the connector and reinstall the rear ceiling lighting.

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  • Press the cargo compartment floor into its front mountings.

  • Reinstall the gas strut in its lower mounting.

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  • Reconnect the battery negative lead

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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.


  • Set the ignition key to position II

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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.

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    Perform a function test as follows.

  • Engage reverse gear.

  • Activate the screen for RTI.

  • Wait for the message "Update Environment" to appear on the screen.

  • Follow the on-screen instructions.

  • Switch off the ignition for at least 10 seconds.

  • Turn the ignition on.

  • Activate the screen for RTI.

  • Check that the support lines appear on the screen and that these react to steering wheel movements.

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  • Check the position of the camera using the calibration program. See VIDA under "Diagnostics/Vehicle communication/Advanced".


Note!

If the camera lens cannot be correctly positioned, remove the camera and drill out the two holes in the trunk lid for the screws. If necessary, file the rectangular holes so that the camera lens can be adjusted to the correct position.


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  • Reinstall the lower panel. Ensure that all clips engage.

  • If the car is equipped with an electric door opener, connect its connector.

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  • Install new clips in the upper panel and reinstall it. Ensure that all clips engage.

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  • Reinstall the screw at the lower edge of the trunk lid's upper panel, on both sides.

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