Instruções de instalação

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
XC70 2006
V70 XC (01-) / XC70 (-07) 2006 D5244T4, V70 XC (01-) / XC70 (-07) 2006 D5244T

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Electric engine block heater, 230V, D5244T




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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.

 

Applies to the V70

1
M8601194
 

Applies to the V70

Preparations

  • Measure out the hole for the front socket as illustrated. The measurement between the centre of the hole and the corner of the headlamp must be 200 mm (7 7/8"). Measure out the hole's centre so that it is symmetrically located on the top of the bumper.

  • Pre-drill the hole using a Ø3 mm (1/8") bit.

  • Drill out the hole. Use a Ø30 mm (1 3/16") hole saw.

  • Remove any swarf.

2
M3703484
 

  • Open the drainage holes on both sides of the connector. Use a screwdriver and press with manual force in the markings.

3
M8601252
 

  • Install the expander nut in the hole, with the guide pin in the guide hole.

  • Route through the cable from the front socket, including the ground cable, from above and down. Let them hang down.

4
M8601253
 

Installing the front engine block heater socket

  • Connect the cable to the front socket. Press down and turn the cable clockwise so that the expander nut expands.

  • Align the cable from the front socket so that the hinge points to the headlamp. Remove the cable.

 

Applies to the XC70

5
M8600602
 

Applies to the XC70

Preparations

  • Clean the bumper cover where the two pieces of tape shall be adhered.

  • Install the two pieces of tape for marking the holes for the engine block heater connector (use narrow tape). One piece of tape is fitted at the rear edge, under the corner of the indicator lamp, and vertically down. The second piece of tape's lower edge is fitted along the upper radius of the bumper cover as illustrated.

6
M8600603
 

  • Mark up a rectangle, in accordance with the measurements in the figure, on the inside of the corner of the point of intersection of the two pieces of tape. The distance from the tape edges must be 5 mm (13/64").

  • Protect the bumper cover by applying tape to the surface to be cut.

  • Carefully cut out from the bumper cover in accordance with the marking. Use a utility knife or similar.

  • Smooth off the edges.

7
M8600604
 

Installing the front engine block heater socket

  • Remove the pieces of tape.

  • Take the front socket's protective cover (1) from the kit and press it into the recess. The part of the protective cover where the hole is closer to the edge must point forward.

  • Mark out the hole in the bracket (2) inside the bumper cover. Use a Ø29 mm (1 1/8") hole saw without central drill bit.

  • Remove the protective cover and drill out with the Ø29 mm (1 1/8") hole saw.

  • Remove any swarf.

8
M8600605
 

  • File out a small recess, 4 x 4 mm (5/32" x 5/32"), in the lower edge of the hole in the protective cover. The hole is designed for the pin on the expander nut, which is used for tightening the front socket.

  • Reinstall the protective cover.

9
M3703484
 

  • Open the drainage holes on both sides of the connector. Use a screwdriver and press with manual force in the markings.

10
M8600606
 

  • Install the expander nut (1) in the hole.

  • Guide down the enclosed cable (2), including the ground cable, through the hole.

  • Take the connecting cable (3) from the kit. Fit it together with the cable at the expander nut. Screw clockwise so that the expander nut expands.

  • Remove the connecting cable.

 

Applies to the XC90 up to and including model year -2006

11
R3501343
 

Applies to the XC90 up to and including model year -2006

Preparations

  • Detach the left-hand headlamp by pulling up the two locking pins and then carefully pulling away the headlamp forwards.

12
R3501493
 

  • Carefully prize up the catch on the connector for the headlamp with a screwdriver.

  • Pull the catch up completely, detach the connector and place the headlamp to one side.

 
13
R8600944
 

  • Remove the left-hand grille from the bumper by carefully prizing it away with a weatherstrip tool.

14
R8600921
 

  • Measure out for drilling the front socket hole as illustrated.

  • Pre-drill the hole using a Ø3 mm (1/8") bit.

  • Drill out the hole. Use a Ø29 mm (1 1/8") hole saw.

  • Remove any swarf.

15
R8600945
 

  • Take a utility knife and cut out the discs (1) in such a way that they are equally as high. The plastic nut for the front socket then has a flat surface to be tightened against.

16
R8600920
 

  • Saw or cut out for the front socket connector in the second hole from the left in the left-hand grille of the bumper.

  • Smooth off the edges.

  • Press the grille into the bumper.

17A
R8703775
17B
R8703776
 

Installing the front engine block heater socket

Illustration A

  • Take the front socket, protective cover and plastic nut from the kit.

  • Fit the protective cover on the front socket's connector and turn the connector so that the cover is opened to the left-hand side of the car as illustrated.

Illustration B

  • Install the plastic nut.

  • Tighten the plastic nut firmly. Connect the cable to the front socket for counterholding when the plastic nut is tightened.

  • Route the cables down along the left-hand side of the left-hand side member.

 

Applies to the XC90 from model year 2007-

18
IMG-231722
 

Applies to the XC90 from model year 2007-

Preparations

  • Clean the bumper cover where the front engine block heater socket shall be secured.

19
IMG-231723
 

  • Remove the clip on the panel for the front fog lamp.

20
IMG-231725
 

  • Remove the panel above the front fog lamp by carefully prizing it loose from the bumper cover using a weatherstrip tool. It is secured all round with catches.

21
IMG-231682
 

  • Cut out according to the existing marking on the inside of the panel for the protective cover for the front engine block heater socket.

  • Test and cut until the protective cover fits.

22
IMG-231726
 

  • Pre-drill the hole using a Ø3 mm (1/8") bit.

  • Drill a Ø29 mm (1 1/8 ") hole using a hole saw according to the existing marking in the lower edge of the bumper cover.


    Note!

    It is important that the hole is drilled right in the centre of the marking in order to correspond with the hole cut out earlier.


  • Even out the hole edges and remove the drill swarf.

23
IMG-231727
 

  • Reinstall the front fog lamp panel

24
IMG-231728
 

  • Press the clip into the panel.

25
IMG-231729
 

Installing the front engine block heater socket

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

  • Insert the cable for the front engine block heater socket together with the ground lead from the kit through the protective cover.

26A
IMG-231730
26B
IMG-231731
 

Illustration A

Illustration B

  • Install the nut from the kit.

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

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

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

  • Remove the cover on the radiator expansion tank.

 

Applies to the V70 and the XC70

27
D2000257
 

Applies to the V70 and the XC70

  • Raise the car.

    Remove:

  • the screw (1) from the left-hand air baffle (2).

  • the left-hand air baffle by pulling it backwards.

  • the right-hand air baffle in the same way.

28
D2000214
 

  • Undo the screws (1) of the centre air baffle (2) and remove it by pressing up the catches (3).

 

Installing the engine block heater, applies to all car models

29
R2000348
 

Installing the engine block heater, applies to all car models

  • Remove the engine splash guard (1) by first removing the screws (2).

30
R8600915
 

  • Drill a hole in the front/lower edge of the side member with a Ø4 mm (5/32") bit.

  • Apply anti-corrosion agent and secure the ground cable with the enclosed Ø4.8 mm (3/16") flanged screw and toothed washer (under the screw head).


    Note!

    Connect the ground cable to the side member, not to the subframe.


  • Secure excess ground cable with a tie strap.

31
A8701899
 

  • Open the cap for the radiator's expansion tank.

  • Position a collection container under the engine and open the coolant cock.

  • Drain the coolant and close the cock.

32
IMG-218165
 

  • Remove the left cooling hose of the oil cooler and put it aside. The kit contains a new hose.

33
IMG-218166
 

  • Take a new cooling hose and two hose clips from the kit. Fit the new cooling hose in the cooling pipe instead of the old one.

  • Fit the hose clips on the cooling hose, but do not tighten them.

34
IMG-218167
 

  • Take the bracket, rubber-clad clamp, two hose clips, heater and pop rivet from the kit. Assemble them as illustrated.

  • Tighten the hose clip closest to the heater.

35
IMG-218168
 

  • Remove the screw in the right end of the angle gear.

36
IMG-218169
 

  • Position the heater at the rear edge of the oil cooler and fit the hoses on the heater pipes/pipes in the oil cooler.

  • Secure the heater bracket to the angle gear using the existing screw.

  • Turn the bracket so that its narrow extension touches the front lower screw of the angle gear.

  • Check that the cooling hoses are properly fitted and that the right hose does not rub against the top edge of the oil cooler.

  • Tighten all hose clips.

  • Tighten and torque tighten the screw in the angle gear and bracket to 50 Nm (37 lbf.ft.).

37
D2900051
 

  • Remove the existing nut from the steering gear.

  • Install the bracket for mounting the branching connector and cables.

  • Install the enclosed lock nut. Tighten to 48 Nm (36 lbf.ft).

38
IMG-218170
 

Steps 38 - 40 apply to cars with gearbox AWF21

  • Take a clip from the kit and bend aside the front edge of the left front wing liner. Press the clip onto the edge of the left front corner of the subframe as illustrated.

39
IMG-218171
 

  • Take a clip from the kit. Press it onto the edge of the subframe near the front of the link arm nuts as illustrated.

40
IMG-218172
 

  • Take three tie straps with clip from the kit and press then into the holes on the inside of the subframe.

  • Route the cable from the front socket to the left front mounting on the subframe. Press the cable into the first clip (Illustration 29) and route the cable diagonally down toward the second clip (Illustration 30) and press it into place.

  • Secure the cable in the installed tie straps and route it back to the cable from the engine block heater. This routing prevents the cable from being pinched between the subframe and the gearbox.

41
R8703667
 

Applies to cars with other gearbox

  • Take four tie straps from the kit and press them into the holes on the inside of the subframe.

  • Route the cable from the front socket above the front edge of the subframe and back to the cable from the engine block heater.

  • Clamp the cable securely into the fitted tie straps.

42
D3601932
 

  • Take the heater's short jointing cable from the kit. Lubricate the O-ring on the connector with low temperature grease (part no. 1161417-9).

  • Lubricate the O-ring on the connector of the newly routed cable to the front socket.


    Note!

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


43
IMG-218173
 

  • Connect the jointing cable (1) to the heater's connector.

  • Install the locking sleeve (2) from the kit over the joint between the heater and the cable.

44
IMG-218174
 

Applies if engine block heater and passenger compartment connector shall be fitted at the same time

  • Take the branching connector from the kit. Lubricate the O-rings with low temperature grease (part no. 1161417-9).

  • Fit the branching connector on the bracket with the screw and nut from the kit. Tighten.

  • Connect the cables from the front socket (1), the passenger compartment socket (2) and the engine block heater (3) to the branching connector.

  • Press the locking sleeves (4) from the kit over the joints.

45
R2900223
 

Applies if an engine block heater only is to be installed

  • Connect the cable from the front socket to the cable from the engine block heater.

  • Take the locking sleeve from the kit and press it over the joint.

  • Take a clamp from the kit and press it into the hole on the previously installed bracket.

  • Clamp the cable in at the bracket as illustrated.


    Caution!

    The cable must not be secured to the drive shaft, to the fuel lines, air conditioning (A/C) pipes or brake pipes. Ensure that the cable is not rubbing against any sharp edges and that it is not too close to the turbocharger (TC) or exhaust pipe to prevent damage from radiant heat.


46
IMG-364951
 

Applies to all models

  • Secure the heater cable.


Caution!

The cable must not be secured to the drive shaft, to the fuel lines, air conditioning (A/C) pipes or brake pipes. Ensure that the cable is not rubbing against any sharp edges and that it is not too close to the turbocharger (TC) or exhaust pipe to prevent damage from radiant heat.


47
 

  • Fill with coolant, drive to normal operating temperature and check for any leaks.

    Applies V70/XC70

  • Reinstall the centre air baffle.

  • Reinstall the two air baffles at the sides.

  • Reinstall the engine splash guard. Torque tighten the screws to 25 Nm (18.5 lbf.ft.).

    Applies to the XC90

  • Reinstall the engine splash guard. Torque tighten the screws to 25 Nm (18.5 lbf.ft.).

  • Connect the headlamp and reinstall it.