Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
S60 2013
S60 (11-18) 2013 B6304T4 L.H.D Europe

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Electric engine heater, 230 V




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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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  • Use isopropanol to clean the bumper shell where the cutting template for the front engine block heater socket is to be secured.

  • Wipe dry.

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  • Cut out the template according to the dotted lines.

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  • Secure the template edge-to edge with the line at the front edge of the wing and lower edge of the bumper shell.

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  • Take a sharp knife. First make a thin cut along the edges of the inside of the template. This provides a groove to follow. Then cut carefully out of the bumper cover.


Note!

Cut carefully. It is easy to slip with the knife and move outside the template.


  • Remove the template and tape pieces.

  • Install the protective cover for the front engine block heater socket from the kit. Check that it aligns. Adjust the hole using a knife or file as necessary.

  • Smooth off the hole edges. Remove any swarf.

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Applies to R-design

  • Use isopropanol to clean the bumper shell where the cutting template for the front engine block heater socket is to be secured.

  • Wipe dry.

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  • Use tape to ensure the location of the part.

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  • Take a sharp knife. First make a thin cut along the edges of the inside of the template. This provides a groove to follow. Then cut carefully out of the bumper cover.


Note!

Cut carefully. It is easy to slip with the knife and move outside the template.


  • Remove the template and tape pieces.

  • Install the protective cover for the front engine block heater socket from the kit. Check that it aligns. Adjust the hole using a knife or file as necessary.

  • Smooth off the hole edges. Remove any swarf.

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Applies to all vehicles

  • Press the protective cover (from the kit) into place in the hole cut in the bumper cover.

  • Take the cable for the front engine block heater socket with ground lead from the kit and thread them through the protective cover.

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Illustrations A and B

  • Install the attaching brace and nut from the kit.

  • Rotate the connector for the front engine block heater socket carefully so that the cover opens backwards (Illustration B).

  • Plug the electrical connector into the front engine block heater socket. Use the connector as a counterhold when tightening.

  • Tighten the front engine block heater socket to the bumper shell.

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Illustrations A and B

  • Route the cable with the ground cable from the front engine block heater socket behind the left-hand front mounting for the subframe and down on the inside of the subframe.

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  • Drill a Ø 4mm (Ø 5/32 ") hole for the front intake grounding on the underside of the left front side member as illustrated.

  • Deburr the hole edges, remove the drill swarf and apply rustproofing agent.

  • Take a screw and toothed washer from the kit. Tighten the ground cable.

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  • Clamp the cable in the hole in the subframe's front mounting.

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  • Drain the coolant.

  • Tighten the nipple after use.

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  • Take two clips from the kit and install them on the upper edge of the subframe, turned in toward the subframe U-profile. Install the clips in the positions illustrated.

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  • Detach the double clamp on the cable to the alternator that is located on the thermostat housing hose.

  • Rotate the catch on the thermostat housing pipe anticlockwise. Detach the hose and drain the remaining coolant.

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  • Cut off the hose using a sharp knife in accordance with the measurements. Make the incision as straight as possible. The short hose-end that was cut off shall be used again.


Hint

Install a piece of tape over the cutting location and mark with a pen where the incision should be. Reinstall the hose connection in the pipe in order to support the cutting process.



Note!

Do not damage the adjacent cable harnesses.


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  • Cut out the short cut-off hose section as illustrated.

  • Discard the cut-off hose bend.

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  • Remove the short hose-end and press it on the pipe that runs to the thermostat housing. Make sure that the cut-out in the hose connection is turned down and fits into the corresponding pin in the pipe connection.

  • Rotate the catch on the pipe clockwise against the stop.

  • Take a hose clamp from the kit and install it on the hose-end.

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  • Take the engine block heater, bracket, rubber coated clamp and screw from the kit and assemble them as illustrated.

  • Do not tighten the screw yet.

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  • Take the hose clamp from the kit and fit it onto the engine block heater's upper connection.

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  • Position the engine block heater with bracket in the front edge of the oil sump and connect both hose-ends to the engine block heater's connections.

  • Take a screw from the kit and tighten the bracket with engine block heater into the existing hole in the oil sump.


Note!

The screw is self-tapping so insertion may be slow. Make sure that the screw is centred straight into the hole, so that the screw head is flat against the bracket.


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  • Now adjust the engine block heater in the rubber coated clamp so that the hoses are properly fitted on the engine block heater's connection.

  • Tighten the screw to the rubber coated clamp.

  • Tighten the hose clamps to the engine block heater.

  • Install the double clamp to the cable for the alternator in the engine block heater's upper hose.

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  • Lubricate the O-ring on the connector for the heater's cable with low temperature grease P/N 1161427.


Note!

Do not get any grease on the surfaces of the connector.


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  • Connect the cable from the front engine block heater socket to the engine block heater and press it in firmly.

  • Press a locking sleeve from the kit over the cable splice.

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  • Take a double tie strap and clamp the joint cable into the pipe that runs to the thermostat housing.

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    Applies when fitting passenger compartment connector at the same time

  • Take the locking sleeves from the kit.

  • Connect the cables in accordance with the following:

    Cable (1) from the engine block heater.

    Cable (2) joint cable to the passenger compartment connector socket.

    Cable (3) from the front engine block heater socket.

  • Press the cables firmly into the junction connector and press the locking sleeves in over the cable splices.

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  • Firmly press together the cable from the engine block heater and the cable from the front engine block heater socket and press in a locking sleeve from the kit over the cable splice.

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  • Press the cable into the two clips and tighten the cable splice to the existing cable harness.

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  • Fill with coolant, run the engine to operating temperature, bleed the cooling system and check that there are no leaks.

  • Top up the cooling system as required.

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