Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
S80 2008
S80 (07-) 2008

Instruction NoVersionPart. No.Click to download PDF-version of this Installation Instruction
312575291.730790197, 31324390, 31414085
Remote start, fuel-driven heater




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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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Note!

First check that the windscreen wipers are in the parked position.


  • Set the ignition key to position 0.

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Note!

First check that the windscreen wipers are in the parked position.


  • Remove the covers.

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  • Remove the nuts

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  • Detach the wiper arms using special tool 9814088.

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  • Remove the wiper arms.

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  • Remove the cover

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  • Remove the clips.

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  • Detach the guide.

  • Carry out on both sides

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  • Remove the cowl

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  • Set the ignition switch to position I.

  • Disconnect the battery negative lead.


Note!

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


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Applies to cars with auxiliary battery

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  • Disconnect battery leads and bleed hose

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  • Remove the striker plate

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  • Remove the battery

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  • Remove the sun roof base plate

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  • Remove the nuts and the bracket

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    Applies to all models

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  • Remove the right end panel of the dashboard.

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

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    Note!

    Remove the front and upper sill panel as one unit.


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    • Unhook the panel.

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    • Remove the cover.

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    • Remove the screw.

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    • Remove the screws and detach the panel.

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    • Unplug the lighting connector and move the panel aside.

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    • Remove the screws

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    • Remove the screws

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    • Unhook the clip holding the cable harness on the right-hand side.

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    • Pull out the glove box slightly.

    • Unplug the connector for the lighting.

    • Remove the glovebox.

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    Note!

    Take care when drilling as many cables go through the rubber grommet.


    • Drill a Ø 5.5 mm (7/32 ") hole in the right-hand side of the large rubber grommet as illustrated. Use an angle drill and arrange a drill stop set to 5 mm (13/64 ").

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    • Take the adapter cable with two large connectors from the kit.

    • Insert the cable ends in the newly drilled hole in the large rubber grommet.

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    • Pull the cables through the rubber grommet in the bulkhead.

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    • Clean the area on the inside of the windscreen, as illustrated, using isopropanol. Wipe dry.

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    • Remove the protective backing tape from the antenna mounting tape.

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    • Push on the antenna close to the front edge of the headlining as far towards the A pillar panel as possible.

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    Caution!

    Make sure that the routing of the antenna cable does not interfere with the function of the inflatable curtain.


    • Route the antenna cable along the existing cable at the A-pillar, in toward the dashboard and down toward the floor.

    • Clamp the antenna cable at the existing cable harness using three tie straps from the kit.

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    • Remove the Velcro from the kit and cut it in the centre.

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    • Wash the plane surface of the receiver unit using isopropanol and wipe dry.

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    • Remove the protective backing tape from one of the Velcro pieces.

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    • Press the Velcro onto the receiver unit.

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  • Move the floor and insulating mats out of the way.

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    • Scrape away all sealing compound from the flat surface at the bottom edge of the A-pillar where the receiver unit for remote start will sit. The top part of the receiver unit should be 30 mm (1 3/16 ") from the bottom edge of the lower hole in the body.

    • Clean the surface using isopropanol and wipe dry.

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    • Remove the remaining protective film from the Velcro straps.

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    • Place the receiver unit with the connections upwards.

    • Press the receiver unit securely into place on the metal surface.

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    • Carefully loosen the secondary catch of the black 6-pin connector using a small screwdriver.

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    • Connect the pre-routed cables to the 6 pin connector.

    • Terminal 2 Yellow (Y)

      Terminal 6 Brown (BN)

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  • Remove the tape

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  • Connect the red (R) cable to the 6-pin connector.

  • Press the secondary catch together.

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    • Disconnect the parking heater connectors. These are located on the right side near the large rubber grommet in the bulkhead.

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    • Plug in the adapter cable connectors to the corresponding parking heater cable connectors that were unplugged before.

    • Use tie straps from the kit to secure the cables and connectors to existing cables to prevent rattling.

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    • Reconnect the battery negative lead.

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    Synchronising the transmitter and receiver

    1. Connect the aerial cable to the receiver unit.

    2. Connect the connector to the receiver unit.

    3. Within the time interval 1.5 to 5 seconds, press the "OFF" button on the transmitter until the LED goes out.

      The LED on the transmitter must then light red continuously for 2 seconds and then go out.


    Note!

    if the LED lights for 2 seconds and then goes out, synchronisation has failed.


    • Press the receiver unit onto the Velcro on the body plate if it has loosened.

    Tape up cable excess and relay and place beside the control module under the insulation.

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    Install removed parts in reverse order. Torque tighten the nuts for the wiper arms to 30 ± 3 Nm (22 ± 2 lbf.ft.).

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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 switch to position II.

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    Download the software (application) for the accessory's function following the service information in VIDA.

    See VIDA or the accessories catalogue for software part number.

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    System check

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  • Press the "ON" button on the transmitter, the LED on the transmitter must then light green for 2 seconds. The signal from the remote start to the car has therefore gone through but the control module for the heater in the car determines whether to turn the heater on or not.

  • Press the "OFF" button on the transmitter, the LED on the transmitter must then light red for 2 seconds. The signal from the remote start to the car has therefore gone through.


  • Note!

    if the LED flashes instead of illuminating continuously, see the remote start's owner manual for further information about the fault.



    Note!

    the heater does not start if e.g.:


  • The temperature exceeds 15 degrees C.

  • The battery in the car has insufficient charge

  • The fuel level in the tank is too low.