Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
V50 2011

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Parking assistance, front




 
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.

 

Preparations, sensors

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Preparations, sensors

  • Clean the cradles. Use: Isopropanol.

  • Allow to dry.

  • Avoid contact with the cleaned surfaces.

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  • Apply a thin and even layer of activator to the surface illustrated. Allow to dry for at least 10 minutes.

  • Use: 8637076 - Activator.

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  • Clean the sensors. Use: Isopropanol.

  • Allow to dry.

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  • Carefully mat down the surface. Use Glasspaper, grade P1000.

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  • Clean the sensors again. Use: Isopropanol.

  • Allow to dry.

  • Avoid contact with the cleaned surfaces.

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  • Take four pieces of tape from the kit.

  • Remove the brown protective film from the tape. Apply the tape to the front of the holder.

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  • Apply a thin and even layer of primer to the cleaned plastic surface.


    Caution!

    Not on the centre of the sensor.


  • Use: Bonding primer for plastic. P/N: 31335448.


    Hint

    spray primer into the cap of the can and apply with a brush.



    Caution!

    Allow to dry at a temperature of at least +20°C for 10 min, before painting.



Note!

Also read the instructions on the spray can.


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  • Apply primer to the cleaned surface. Use: Bonding primer for plastic. P/N: 31335448.


    Caution!

    Allow to dry at a temperature of at least +20°C for 10 min, before painting.


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Caution!

Protect the connections' contact surfaces against paint.


  • Paint the sensors in the same colour code as the vehicle.

  • Use Volvo Touch-up paint. (Only use base coat.)

  • Use: Volvo 2-K Varnish. P/N: 31335447.


Note!

Also read the instructions on the spray can.


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  • Paint the holders in the same colour code as the vehicle.

  • Use Volvo Touch-up paint. (Only use base coat.)

  • Use: Volvo 2-K Varnish. P/N: 31335447.


Note!

Also read the instructions on the spray can.



Caution!

Too many layers of paint may result in partial or complete malfunction.


 

Preparations, passenger compartment

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Preparations, passenger compartment

  • Turn the ignition key to position 0.


Note!

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


 
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Note!

The steps show a left-hand drive car. For right-hand cars carry out the steps on the left-hand side of the car.


  • Remove the panel.

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  • Detach the sill molding by first pulling at the front edge and then straight up so the clips release.

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  • Remove the clip holding the floor mat.

  • Fold aside the floor mat to access the bulkhead panel inside.

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  • Grasp the upper edge of the right-hand side cushion. Pull the side cushion forward so that the clip on the reverse releases.

  • Slide the side cushion up. Remove the side cushion.

    Applies to right-hand drive cars

  • Remove the side cushion on both sides.

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  • Pull the top edge of the sill trim panel in the right-hand rear door inwards until the clips on the inside release. Then continue down and pull the panel upwards until the remaining two clips on the underside release.

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  • Pull off the rubber moldings at the rear edge of the right-hand front door and at the front edge of the right-hand rear door. This releases the lower panel on the B post.

  • Pull the bottom edge of the lower panel on the B-pillar until the two bottom clips release.

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  • Fold the rear seat cushions and backrest forwards.

 

Cargo compartment, preparations

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Cargo compartment, preparations

Applies to the V50

  • Remove the cargo compartment carpet.

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  • Remove the screw.

  • Pull the cover panel upwards so that the four clips on the inside release. Remove the panel.

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  • Fold out the anchorage eyelets.

  • Insert a scriber with an angled tip into the holes in the top of the covers (1). Turn the scriber so that the tip engages the reverse of the cover. Pull the covers off.

  • Remove the screws from the anchorage eyelets.

  • Remove the screw (2).

  • Pull off the side panel at the top so that the two clips at the rear/bottom of the side window and the clip at the bottom of the D-pillar release.

  • Disconnect the connector for the 12V socket, if present.

  • Lift out the side panel.

 
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Applies to the S40

  • Lift out the cargo compartment carpet.

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  • Unscrew the two external clips at the front edge/bottom edge of the sill trim panel on the tailgate.

  • Use a weatherstrip tool and pry up one corner of the sill trim panel so that the two clips in that end release.

  • Pull up the sill trim panel at the other end so that the remaining two clips release. Remove the sill trim panel.

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Illustration A

Illustration B

  • Remove the four clips (1), in illustration A, holding the side panel in the bodywork.

  • Unhook the front edge of the parcel shelf panel at the mounting (2), in illustration A. Pull the side panel away from the parcel shelf panel and the panel on the C-post.

  • Unhook the side panel from the mounting (3), in illustration B, on the underneath of the parcel shelf.

  • Disconnect the connector for the 12V socket, if present.

  • Unhook the side panel from the anchorage eyelets (4), in illustration A. Remove the side panel.

 

Preparations, bumper cover

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Preparations, bumper cover

Applies to all models

  • Remove the four screws securing the air baffle to the lower edge of the bumper cover.

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    Remove:

  • the clip (1). Press down the center of the clip and pull straight up

  • the two screws (2).

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  • Remove the cover for the washer nozzle.


    Hint

    Carefully grip the cover. Pull the cover out until the catch becomes accessible from the underneath.


    Press the catch up. Remove the cover. Do not damage the painted surfaces and washer nozzles.

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  • Locate the four markings on the inside of the bumper cover. Make a mark in the middle using a scriber.

  • Drill at the markings using a Ø3 mm (1/8") drill bit. Drill from the inside of the bumper cover.

  • Drill out the holes. Use a Ø8 mm (5/16") diameter drill bit.

 
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  • Make holes in the bumper cover using the hole punching tool P/N 9814069. The hole punching tool sleeve and screw must be inside the cover.

  • Carefully deburr the inside as necessary.

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  • Clean the surface around the holes. Use: Isopropanol.

  • Allow to dry.

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  • Apply a thin and even layer of activator to a surface around the holes that is slightly larger than a sensor holder. Allow to dry for at least 10 minutes.

  • Use: 8637076 - Activator.

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  • Locate the two marks on the plastic member (the energy absorbent). Saw out following the two markings using a compass saw, only through the outer section.


Note!

On certain cars a foam member is available instead of the plastic member.


  • Remove the foam member from the collision member.

  • Make cut-outs for the inner sensors by sawing out according to the two markings through the entire thickness of the foam member.

  • Reinstall the foam member.

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  • Cut out for the cable harness in the foam member by the two cut-outs. The cut-outs must be 25 mm (1") wide and 15 mm (9/16") deep.

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Installing the sensor holders, sensors and cable harness

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Installing the sensor holders, sensors and cable harness

  • Install the sensor holders with the small part of the flange upward. The sensor holders' top edges must be in line and horizontal with the bumper.

  • Press on the flange of each sensor holder so that the tape adheres.


Note!

The tape adheres immediately. Incorrect positioning of the sensor holders can result in the function being out of order completely or temporarily.


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  • Take the cable harness from the kit and connect the connectors to the sensors.

    Place the sensor with straight connector to the left.

  • A click should be heard when connecting. The noise confirms that the catch has locked.

  • Install the four sensors so that they engage.


Note!

On left-hand drive cars the large gray connector must be on the right-hand side. On right-hand drive cars it must be on the left-hand side.


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  • Apply activator P/N 8637076 and apply butyl tape on the marked locations.

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  • Affix the first cable harness by the two center sensors to the butyl tape.

  • Secure the rest of the cable harness to the butyl tape starting on the left-hand side.

    Applies to right-hand drive cars

  • Secure the rest of the cable harness to the butyl tape starting on the right-hand side.

 

Cable routing


Note!

The steps show a left-hand drive car. For right-hand cars carry out the steps on the left-hand side of the car.


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  • Take the short cable from the kit

  • Pull the end with the loose terminal pins in under the headlamp

  • Continue to pull the cable (1) along the right-hand side of the car, under the expansion tank down to the cowl panel.

  • Route the cable so that it is concealed and cannot be damaged or worn. Secure the cable so that it does not move.


Note!

Ensure that the cable does not lie against any moving components or too close to heat sources.


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Note!

The images display making holes from inside the passenger compartment on the right-hand cowl panel.


  • Take a screwdriver and pry away the rubber plate covering the hole in the cowl panel.

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  • Locate the hole for the rubber grommet. Make a small cut in the insulation panel starting just above the hole, continue to the center of the hole and then straight down.

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  • Push the carpet tabs to one side to access the hole in the cowl panel.

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  • Pierce holes through the insulation and out into the engine compartment, for hole-marking in the insulation panel.

  • Cut out a hole in the heat insulation that is approx. 20 mm larger than the size of the rubber grommet.

Applies to cars with fuel-driven parking heater:


Caution!

Protect the coolant hose on the water pump's horizontal connection when hole-marking.


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  • Take the rubber grommet from the kit and cut the top off the smaller rubber nipples

  • Lubricate the rubber grommet. Use low temperature grease P/N 1161417.

  • Thread the cable through the hole in the rubber grommet. Install the rubber grommet in the hole.

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    Applies to cars with a passenger compartment heater and where an existing rubber grommet is used

  • Cut off the top of one of the smaller rubber nipples

  • Thread the cable through the hole in the rubber grommet.

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  • Pull the cable out through the rubber grommet

  • Take the connector from the kit.

  • Undo the catch.

  • Install the cable end pins in the connector.

  1. Blue (Blue, BL)

  2. Green (Green, GN)

  3. Violet (Violet, VO)

  4. Yellow (Yellow, Y)

  5. White (White, W)

  6. Black (Black, SB)

  • Press back the connector's catch.

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  • Take the long cable from the kit. Connect to the connector that was made in order in the previous step.

  • Route the cable inside the floor mat and back further.

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    Applies to right-hand drive cars

  • Fold back the rear seat's backrest temporarily.

  • Pull the cable inside the floor carpets and the lower B post panel, over to the right-hand side.

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  • Route the cable inside the floor carpets and the lower B post panel on towards the rear edge of the right-hand rear wheel arch. Route the cables along the existing cables harnesses in the cargo compartment.


Caution!

Ensure that the cable is positioned so that there is no risk of it catching or rubbing.


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  • Connect the pre-routed cable to the middle connection on the Parking assistance module (PAM). It is on the right-hand side in the cargo compartment behind the wheel housing.


Note!

Make sure that the connector clicks into place and is properly secured.


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  • Hold the bumper up against the car and connect the connector for the sensor cable to the connector secured in the car.

  • Secure the assembled connector on the member (1). Use a tie strap on each side of the connector

  • Guide the bumper cover into the guides

  • Slide the bumper cover into the correct position

  • Reinstall the bumper cover by repeating the points for removing in reverse order.

 

Finishing work

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Finishing work

  • Clamp the sensor cable so that it is not chafed or causes noise.

    Reinstall:

  • the panel on the dashboard end face.

  • The B-pillar panel and weatherstrips

  • the sill trim panels

  • side cushions

  • the side panels in the cargo compartment

  • the screws in the anchorage eyelets, tightening torque: 24 Nm (18 lbf.ft.) (applies to the V50)

  • the sill trim panel for the tailgate.

  • the luggage compartment mat

  • Download the software for the accessory's function following the service information in VIDA.