Parking sensors S60 2001

Discussion in 'Volvo S60' started by ravel_had, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. ravel_had

    ravel_had Guest

    Hi,

    http://www.parking-sensor.co.uk/photo-gallery.htm
    Iam the owner of the car in this picture.

    1st: You do not need to remove the bumper.
    2nd: there is enough space to install the sensors on the bumper along
    the inner part of it.

    Lets start:

    1st - measure exactly the location - I installed them 55 cm apart,
    then 20 from the corners of the car, and 49 cm from the ground.

    2nd - remove the left part of the boot layout (to enable access to the
    right lamp consule). Remove the light consule completly. In this way
    you can see the inner part of the bumper.

    3rd - pass the wires of the sensors to into the bumper, until you
    reach the paint work of the body, than simply slide them over to the
    right side of the car. and collect them all in one band in the most
    right side of the bumper (just below the light consule).

    4th - In side the boot, search for a small round seal which is on the
    arch of the wheel - you can easily pull this one off - cust a small
    hole ( I actualy drilled it round and pushed the sensors plugs.

    5th - install the sensor box on the right side of the car - not far
    from where the plugs are and than just pull the speaker (buzzer) to
    the dash...

    reinstall the lamp, end enjoy -

    The link above is a good one.... If you are in the UK - drop me an
    e-mail and maybe I can refer you to them for a discount.

    Enjoy.
    Rav ()
     
    ravel_had, Nov 8, 2004
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    SDfan Guest

    tnx, much appreciated. I already have a sensor kit. Cheers.
     
    SDfan, Nov 10, 2004
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