Installation Instruction

Installation instructions, accessories
Volvo Car Corporation Gothenburg, Sweden
C30 2008

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307568971.331324389, 30790208
Remote start, fuel-driven heater




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Equipment
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A0000162
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M0000232

J8803127

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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.

 
1
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  • Turn the ignition switch to position 0.

  • Disconnect the battery negative lead.


Note!

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


 

Applies to the C30

2
IMG-240958
 

Applies to the C30

3
IMG-240957
 

4
IMG-241183
 

  • Remove the tailgate's sill panel by pulling it up until the four clips on the upper side and the eight catches at the lower edge release.

5
IMG-305743
 

6
IMG-241185
 

  • Pull off the rear seat's seat cushion by first pulling it at the rear edge where it is positioned with a holder, then at the front edge where it is positioned with two holders.

  • Remove the seat cushion.

7
IMG-250926
 

  • Fold the central arm rest forward.

  • Remove the central arm rest by grasping each end and pulling upwards until it releases at the rear edge from the backrest's lugs (1).

  • Then pull it forwards until the holders (2) on the sides of the backrest have slid out of the corresponding cut-out (3) in the central arm rest.

8
IMG-250927
 

  • Fold the backrest forward.

  • Remove the cover for the backrest's right-hand mounting.

9
IMG-250928
 

  • Remove the screws and the locking sleeve. Tightening torque 15 Nm (11.0 lbf.ft.).

10
IMG-250929
 

  • Fold the backrest away from the right-hand mounting.

  • Pull the backrest out from the mounting at the arm rest and remove it.


Note!

The backrest may be securely attached.


11
IMG-250930
 

  • Pull off the rubber molding at the rear edge of the right-hand door opening.

12
IMG-251368
 

  • Detach the B pillar panel at the rear edge by prying the sides using a weatherstrip tool until the two clips release.

13
IMG-277604
 

  • Remove the clips at the rear edge on the right rear side panel.

  • Carefully pull the side panel off, starting at the front edge/upper edge and then straight back until all clips at the top edge have released.

  • Fold the panel inwards. Release it from the anchorage eyelets and lift it out of the load floor support.

  • Repeat steps 3 - 9 for the other side.

14
IMG-241200
 

15
IMG-321163
 

16
IMG-321183
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the inside of the rear side window using isopropanol and wipe dry.

17
IMG-321184
 

  • Get the antenna from the kit and carefully press down the lock on the contact's wide side.

18
IMG-321185
 

  • Carefully bend up the remaining lock on the narrower side and pull out the cable terminal.

19
IMG-321186
 

  • Insert the lead through the hole behind the clips for the removed panel and through the hole below.

20
IMG-321187
 

  • Insert the cable terminal in the contact until the catch engages and press the lock into place on the side.

21
IMG-257987
 

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

22
IMG-321188
 

  • Press the antenna into place on the inside of the window, as close to the panel as possible and starting on the lead inside of the panel.

23
IMG-321189
 

  • Route the antenna lead at the trailing edge sheet metal panel and clamp down to the existing cable harness with three cable ties from the kit.


Note!

Make sure that it is routed so that there is no risk of chafing.


24A
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24B
IMG-258619
 

Illustration A

  • Find the AEM-module on the side of the right wheel housing.

Illustration B

  • Disconnect the large connector (1) from the accessory electronic module (AEM). First press in the catch (A). Pull the black locking handle (B) in the direction of the arrow until a click is heard.

  • Disconnect the connector from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Disconnect the connector (2) from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

25
M3702530
 

    Remove:

  • the black catch (1) holding the black switch in place in the connector by pulling in the direction of the arrow.

  • the black switch (2) by inserting a pointed object in the hole in the other end. Press out.

26
M3702955
 

  • Connect the yellow cable from the control module to terminal 3 in the AEM-module's connector.


Note!

The numerical markings on the top and bottom of the black terminal pin are extremely small, so be careful when installing the cable.


    Reinstall:

  • the black switch in the connector. Lock into place using the catch.

  • the connector into the Accessory Electronic module. Secure using the black locking handle.

27
IMG-258620
 

  • Take the cable harness from the kit.

  • Connect the connector (2) to the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Connect the remaining connector (3) on the T-cable to the connector that was disconnected from the AEM-module.

28
IMG-321543
 

  • Get the Velcro strap from the kit and cut off a 40 mm (1 9/16") piece.

29
IMG-321544
 

  • Cut off both pieces in the middle.

30
IMG-222283
 

  • Get the two longest cut pieces and fasten them to each other.

31
IMG-222284
 

  • Get the receiver unit from the kit and wash off the plane surface with isopropanol and wipe dry.

32
IMG-222285
 

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

33
IMG-222286
 

  • Press the Velcro onto the receiver unit.

34
IMG-321789
 

  • Wash the long-narrow plane surfaces in the edges of the most plane part of the fuse holder on the new cable harness.

35
IMG-321790
 

  • Press and fasten the remaining Velcro straps with the short ends against the cleaned surfaces.

36
IMG-225262
 

  • Carefully loosen the secondary lock on the black 6-pin connector on the cable harness using a small screwdriver.

37
IMG-258665
 

  • Connect the green (GN) cable from the kit to terminal 3, and the black (BK) cable to terminal 6 in the six pin connector.

  • Press the secondary catch into place on the black six pin connector.

38
IMG-321791
 

  • Clean the two surfaces for fastening the fuse holder and receiver on the body side rear and right front load holding eye with isopropanol and wipe dry.

39
IMG-222287
 

  • Remove the protective backing tape from the other Velcro piece.

40
IMG-321792
 

  • press on the receiver unit on the upper of the cleaned surfaces.

    Synchronising the transmitter and receiver

  1. Connect the negative battery cable in the car.

  2. Connect the aerial cable to the receiver unit.

  3. Connect the connector to the receiver unit.

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

Synchronisation is complete.

41
IMG-321804
 

  • Remove the protective tape on the Velcro strap for the fuse holder.

42
IMG-321805
 

  • Press the fuse holder onto the remaining cleaned surface.

43
IMG-321806
 

  • Get the relay from the kit and press into the relay holder.

44
IMG-321807
 

  • Now bunch up and clamp all excess cable together with relay and connectors (1), as well as other excess cable (2).

  • Make sure that clamps are installed so that no rattling occurs from connectors and relay holders.

45
IMG-242268
 

  • Program the software in accordance with the service information in VIDA.

  • Test the function according to the accessory manual.

46
IMG-321809
 

47
IMG-241324
 

48
IMG-277605
 

49
IMG-241379
 

50
IMG-241378
 

51
IMG-246796
 

52A
IMG-251430
52B
IMG-251431
 

Illustration A

  • Replace broken clips.

  • Press the panel into place, ensure that all clips engage.


Note!

There are eleven clips on the rear of the panel that secure to the body. Take care not to snap the clips when aligning.


  • Tighten the panel using existing screws.

Illustration B

  • The image shows the location of the clips on the rear of the panel.

53
IMG-251432
 

  • Twist off the black plastic clip on the inside of the front edge using a screwdriver. Replace the clip with a new one and reinstall the B-pillar panel.

54
IMG-261489
 

55
IMG-261490
 

  • Reinstall the backrest. Check that it is securely in its mountings.

56
IMG-261491
 

  • Secure the backrest in the right-hand mounting with the screw and lock pin.

  • Tighten the backrest and check that it is securely in its mountings. Torque tighten the screw to 15 Nm (11 lbf.ft.).

57
IMG-261492
 

58
IMG-261493
 

  • Repeat steps 48 as well as 52-58 for the other side.

59
IMG-246644
 

  • Reinstall the central arm rest by grasping each end, moving it up towards the backrest lugs (1) and aligning the holders (2) in the backrest's sides in the central arm rest's cut-out (3).

  • Then press the central arm rest down at the rear edge so that the lugs (1) engage in the cut-out (4). A click should be heard when the central arm rest is secured.

60
IMG-241377
 

 

Applies to S40 (04-)

61
J8504553
 

Applies to S40 (04-)

  • Remove the cargo compartment carpet.

62
J8504552
 

  • Remove the upper floor supports on the right and left-hand sides if applicable.

63
J8504554
 

    Removing the sill trim panel from the tailgate:

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

  • Pry up one of the corners of the sill trim panel using a weatherstrip tool so that the two clips at 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.

    Removing the rubber seal for the tailgate:

  • Detach the rubber strip where it covers the right-hand side panel in the boot opening.

64
J8504583
 

  • Unhook the side panel (2) from the mounting on the underside of the parcel shelf.

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

  • Unhook the side panel from the load securing eyelets (1). Remove the side panel.

65
J8504616
 

  • Remove the right-hand lower floor support. First remove the three clips at the bottom of the compartment, then lift it up.

66
J3904768
 

  • Remove the parking assistance module (PAM) with cables from behind the right-hand rear wheel arch.

  • If necessary, disconnect any surrounding wiring.

67
IMG-258667
 

  • Loosen the AEM-module. It is secured with 2 screws.

68
J8504663
 

  • Remove the upper panel. Pull the panel straight inwards into the vehicle.

69
IMG-258668
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the inside of the rear window using isopropanol and wipe dry.

70
IMG-257987
 

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

71
IMG-258669
 

  • Press the antenna onto the inside of the window, as close to the panel edge as possible.

  • Secure the cable to the existing cable harness.

  • Tape the cable harness as illustrated so that it is protected against wear from the panel's guide.

72
IMG-258670
 

  • Route the cable down into the cargo compartment as shown.

73
IMG-258619
 

  • Disconnect the large connector (1) from the accessory electronic module (AEM). First press in the catch (A). Pull the black locking handle (B) in the direction of the arrow until a click is heard.

  • Disconnect the connector from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Disconnect the connector (2) from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

74
M3702530
 

    Remove:

  • the black catch (1) holding the black switch in place in the connector by pulling in the direction of the arrow.

  • the black switch (2) by inserting a pointed object in the hole in the other end. Press out.

75
M3702955
 

  • Connect the yellow cable from the control module to terminal 3 in the AEM-module's connector.


Note!

The numerical markings on the top and bottom of the black terminal pin are extremely small, so be careful when installing the cable.


    Reinstall:

  • the black switch in the connector. Lock into place using the catch.

  • the connector into the Accessory Electronic module. Secure using the black locking handle.

76
IMG-258620
 

  • Connect the connector (2) to the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Connect the remaining connector (3) on the T-cable to the connector that was loosened from the AEM-module.

77
IMG-258667
 

  • Reinstall the AEM-module with the two screws and tighten.

78
IMG-222282
 

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

79
IMG-222283
 

  • Press the Velcro pieces together.

80
IMG-222284
 

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

81
IMG-222285
 

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

82
IMG-222286
 

  • Press the Velcro onto the receiver unit.

83
IMG-225262
 

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

84
IMG-258665
 

  • Connect the green (GN) cable from the kit to terminal 3, and the black (BK) cable to terminal 6 in the six pin connector.

  • Press the secondary catch into place on the black six pin connector.

85
IMG-258663
 

    Synchronising the transmitter and receiver

  1. Connect the negative battery cable in the car.

  2. Connect the aerial cable to the receiver unit.

  3. Connect the connector to the receiver unit.

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

Synchronisation complete.

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


Note!

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


86
IMG-258674
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the inside of the plane sheet metal surface with isopropanol and wipe dry.

87
IMG-222287
 

  • Remove the protective backing tape from the other Velcro piece.

88
IMG-258675
 

  • Press the receiver unit securely into place on the smooth surface on the rear wing.

  • Clamp down the relay holder and fuse holder to existing cable harnesses with cable ties so that they do not rattle.

89
 

  • If applicable, reinstall the parking assistance module (PAM) and all panels.

90
IMG-242268
 

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

 

Applies to the V50

91
J8504575
 

Applies to the V50

  • Remove the cargo compartment carpet.

92
J8504577
 

    Removing the sill trim panel from the tailgate:

  • Prize off the four external clips at the front edge/bottom edge of the sill trim panel on the tailgate.

  • Pry up one of the corners of the sill trim panel so that the two clips at that end release. Use a weatherstrip tool.

  • Pull up the sill trim panel so the remaining six clips release. Remove the panel.

93
J8504578
 

    Removing the rubber seal for the tailgate:

  • Loosen the rubber strip where it covers the right side panel and remove it.

94
J8504707
 

    Removing the side cushion:

  • Grasp the upper edge of the right-hand side cushion (A). Pull the side cushion forward so that the clips on the reverse release.

  • Slide the side cushion upwards.

    Removing the panel at the front/top of the side panel:

  • Remove the screw at the rear edge of the panel at the front/top of the right-hand side panel.

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

95
J8504585
 

  • Pull off the rubber strip at the rear of the opening for the right-hand rear door.

    Removing the lower panel on the C-post:

  • Carefully pry off the lower panel on the C-post on the right-hand side. Carefully pry at the top edge. Use a plastic weatherstrip tool.

  • Pull the panel on the C-post so that the two upper clips release. Then continue pulling downwards until the last two clips release.

96
J8504570
 

    Removing the side panel:

  • Fold out the load securing eyelets on the right-hand side panel.

  • 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 in the load securing eyelets.

  • Remove the screw (2) at the front/top edge of the side panel.

  • 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.

97
J8504576
 

  • Remove the right floor support. First remove the three clips in the bottom of the compartment, then lift it up.

98
J3904767
 

    Applies to cars with Parking Assistance Module (PAM):

  • Remove the parking assistance module (PAM) with cables from behind the right-hand rear wheel arch.

  • If necessary: disconnect any surrounding wiring.

99
J8504615
 

  • Remove the insulation panel. The insulation panel is secured with two clips.

100
IMG-258614
 

  • Loosen the AEM-module, it is secured with two screws.

101
J8504579
 

102
IMG-258615
 

103
IMG-258616
 

104
IMG-258617
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the inside of the rear window using isopropanol and wipe dry.

105
IMG-257987
 

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

106
IMG-258618
 

  • Press the antenna onto the inside of the window, as close to the panel edge as possible.

  • Secure the cable at the existing cable harness.

107
IMG-258619
 

  • Disconnect the large connector (1) from the accessory electronic module (AEM). First press in the catch (A). Pull the black locking handle (B) in the direction of the arrow until a click is heard.

  • Disconnect the connector from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Disconnect the connector (2) from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

108
M3702530
 

    Remove:

  • the black catch (1) holding the black switch in place in the connector by pulling in the direction of the arrow.

  • the black switch (2) by inserting a pointed object in the hole in the other end. Press out.

109
M3702955
 

  • Connect the yellow cable from the control module to position 3 in the AEM-module's connector.


Note!

The numerical markings on the top and bottom of the black terminal pin are extremely small, so be careful when installing the cable.


    Reinstall:

  • the black switch in the connector. Lock into place using the catch.

  • the connector into the AEM-module. Secure using the black lock handle.

110
IMG-258620
 

  • Connect the connector (2) to the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Connect the remaining connector (3) on the T-cable to the connector that was loosened from the AEM-module.

111
IMG-258614
 

  • Reinstall the AEM-module with the two screws and tighten.

112
IMG-222282
 

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

113
IMG-222283
 

  • Press the Velcro pieces together.

114
IMG-222284
 

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

115
IMG-222286
 

  • Press the Velcro onto the receiver unit.

116
IMG-222287
 

  • Remove the protective backing tape from the other Velcro piece.

117
IMG-225262
 

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

118
IMG-258665
 

  • Connect the green (GN) cable from the kit to terminal 3, and the black (BK) cable to terminal 6 in the six pin connector.

  • Press the secondary catch into place on the black six pin connector.

119
IMG-258663
 

    Synchronising the transmitter and receiver

  1. Connect the negative battery cable in the car.

  2. Connect the aerial cable to the receiver unit.

  3. Connect the connector to the receiver unit.

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

Synchronisation complete.

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


Note!

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


120
IMG-258664
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the inside of the plane sheet metal surface with isopropanol, and wipe dry.

121
IMG-258666
 

  • Press the receiver unit securely into place on the smooth surface on the rear wing.

  • Clamp down the relay holder and fuse holder to existing cable harnesses with cable ties so that they do not rattle.

122
 

  • If applicable, reinstall the parking assistance module (PAM) and all panels.

123
IMG-242268
 

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

  • Test the function according to the accessory manual.

 

Applies to the C70 (06-)

124
IMG-221940
 

Applies to the C70 (06-)

  • Open the boot lid/tailgate.

125
IMG-221661
 

  • Lift up the cargo compartment divider.

126
IMG-221960
 

    Remove:

  • the toolbox cover.

  • the spare wheel, if in place.

127
IMG-221961
 

  • Take the tools out of the toolbox.

    Remove:

  • the clip.

  • the screw.

  • the toolbox.

128
IMG-221962
 

  • Remove the three screws and the load retaining eyelets from the floor.

129
IMG-242965
 

  • Remove the cover from the trunk lid stop. Use a weatherstrip tool to pry between the cover and the stop to release the catches.

130
IMG-242966
 

  • Remove the two light bulbs by pressing in the two catches at the top with a screwdriver.

131
IMG-242967
 

    For cars with emergency release handle in cargo compartment

  • Remove the boot lid's emergency opening handle by pressing out the pin at the eye and then unhooking the wire.

132
IMG-221966
 

  • Remove the two screws in the sill molding.

133
IMG-221967
 

  • Remove the sill protection by pulling it up until the clip releases. Fold the sill protection to the side.

134
IMG-221968
 

  • Remove the cargo compartment carpeting.

135
IMG-221969
 

  • Remove the rubber stop on the roof's stop brace.

136
IMG-221972
 

  • Mark out the roof's stop brace in relation to the screw.

  • Remove the screw and the roof's stop bracket.

137
IMG-242968
 

  • Remove the load divider lock by using a weatherstrip tool to pry between the carpet and lock.

138
IMG-221974
 

  • Remove the screw and the load retaining eyelet on the right-hand side.

139
IMG-242969
 

  • Remove the stop brace cover.

140
IMG-221976
 

  • Undo the four clips on the side panel.

141
IMG-262684
 

  • Fold out the side panel to access the accessory electronic module (AEM).

142
IMG-262685
 

  • Loosen the AEM-module.

143
IMG-262686
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the inside of the rear window using isopropanol and wipe dry.

144
IMG-257987
 

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

145
IMG-262687
 

  • Press the antenna into place on the flat panel surface just below the right hand tail lamp as illustrated.

  • Secure the cable at the existing cable harness.

146
IMG-258619
 

  • Disconnect the large connector (1) from the accessory electronic module (AEM). First press in the catch (A). Pull the black locking handle (B) in the direction of the arrow until a click is heard.

  • Disconnect the connector from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Disconnect the connector (2) from the accessory electronic module (AEM).

147
M3702530
 

    Remove:

  • the black catch (1) holding the black switch in place in the connector by pulling in the direction of the arrow.

  • the black switch (2) by inserting a pointed object in the hole in the other end. Press out.

148
M3702955
 

  • Connect the yellow cable from the control module to terminal 3 in the AEM-module's connector.


Note!

The numerical markings on the top and bottom of the black terminal pin are extremely small, so be careful when installing the cable.


    Reinstall:

  • the black switch in the connector. Lock into place using the catch.

  • the connector into the Accessory Electronic module. Secure using the black locking handle.

149
IMG-258620
 

  • Connect the connector (2) to the accessory electronic module (AEM).

  • Connect the remaining connector (3) on the T-cable to the connector that was loosened from the AEM-module.

150
IMG-262688
 

  • Reinstall the accessory electronic module (AEM).

151
IMG-222282
 

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

152
IMG-222283
 

  • Press the Velcro pieces together.

153
IMG-222284
 

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

154
IMG-222286
 

  • Press the Velcro onto the receiver unit.

155
IMG-225262
 

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

156
IMG-258665
 

  • Connect the green (GN) cable from the kit to terminal 3, and the black (BK) cable to terminal 6 in the six pin connector.

  • Press the secondary catch into place on the black six pin connector.

157
IMG-262783
 

    Synchronising the transmitter and receiver

  1. Connect the negative battery cable in the car.

  2. Connect the aerial cable to the receiver unit.

  3. Connect the connector to the receiver unit.

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

Synchronisation complete.

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


Note!

Tape up any excess cable and place it beside the control module.


158
IMG-262784
 

  • Clean the marked surface on the inside of the plane sheet metal surface with isopropanol and wipe dry.

159
IMG-222287
 

  • Remove the protective backing tape from the other Velcro piece.

160
IMG-262785
 

  • Press the receiver unit securely into place on the smooth surface on the rear wing.

  • Clamp down the relay holder and fuse holder to existing cable harnesses with cable ties so that they do not rattle.

161
IMG-242268
 

    Reinstall:

  • the side panel.

  • stops and attaching braces.

  • the cargo compartment carpeting.

  • the sill panel with lighting.

  • any emergency release.

  • the stop for the boot lid.

  • load holding eyes, torque-tighten the screws with 24 Nm (17 lbf.ft.).

  • the toolbox.

  • the divider.

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