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339:8724|The Personal Car Communicator or PCC is your remote connection to your car. It has a range of approximately 20 meters.
9195:13583|Press to activate the alarm and lock the doors and the boot.
14158:18782|Press and hold for more than 2 seconds to close all the windows and the sun roof.
20009:24032|Deactivate the alarm, unlock all the doors and the boot.
24999:28682|Press and hold for more than 4 seconds to open all the windows.
29231:31503|Turn on the approach lights.
32182:34533|Unlock the boot only.
35369:43650|Press the panic button for three seconds, or press it twice within 3 seconds, to turn on the alarm and the indicators.
44355:47490|Turn off by pressing again after 5 seconds.
48378:52610|The PCC can also tell you the status of the cars alarm and locks.
53133:58880|Press the i-button. The key collects data from the car for about 7 seconds.
59611:62171|A green light means the car is locked.
63033:65306|A yellow light means the car is unlocked.
66300:70765|A steady red light means that the alarm has been activated since the car was locked.
71418:76564|A flashing red light means the alarm was activated less than 5 minutes ago.
Starting and stopping the engine
1227:5825|Insert the personal car communicator into the key slot with the symbols upwards.
6608:11546|A short press on the start/stop engine button will crank the engine and start it.
12303:17737|In cold weather, starting a diesel engine may take slightly longer due to pre-heating.
18494:22204|During cold starts you may also notice the engine revving.
22595:26409|This is a feature that makes the exhaust gases cleaner and less harmful.
27310:31007|Stop the engine by pressing the start/stop engine button.
31800:34690|Pull out the PCC from the key slot.
1959:5172|Turn on the infotainment system and press RADIO.
6086:12773|Press RADIO again to step through radio bands, FM1 and FM2.
12914:18900|When the band you want is highlighted, wait for a few seconds or press OK/MENU.
19500:27200|Press the left or right arrows to search up or down for radio stations. The radio stops at the next station.
27900:34500|Press the INFO button to toggle between manual fine tuning with the TUNE button or a list of stations.
35100:42500|When you find a station you want to save, press and hold the numbered button where you want the preset station stored.
42800:48400|When listening, change to a different preset station by pressing the relevant numbered button -
48400:55457|or make a short press on the left or right arrows on the steering wheel or the center stack.
Bluetooth telephone pairing
1149:6112|A Bluetooth telephone can be wirelessly connected to the car for hands-free operation.
6739:11650|Before you can use Bluetooth hands-free you must pair the mobile phone with your car.
12617:15255|Activate Bluetooth on your mobile phone.
19000:27820|Then press OK/MENU and choose ADD PHONE by turning the TUNE button. Press OK/MENU.
28421:31111|Press OK/MENU to start the search.
31764:36227|Choose your mobile phone in the car display and press OK/MENU.
37302:41299|Enter the numbers presented on screen into your mobile phone.
42057:46550|The car now attempts to import the phone book contacts in the phone you just paired.
47360:52427|Note that the contact information is available only when the phone is present in the car.
Using the Bluetooth phone
600:8777|Make sure that the phone symbol is visible on the screen. This indicates that the phone is connected to the car.
9377:17502|When making a call, press TEL and dial the number using the numbered keys and press OK/MENU to make the call.
18782:24685|Turn the TUNE button clockwise to enter your contacts or anticlockwise to enter your call lists.
25312:33619|Turn the TUNE button to the contact you want to call. Press OK/MENU or press the right thumb wheel to make the call.
34507:41064|Recieve a call by pressing the right thumb wheel on the steering wheel or by pressing the OK/MENU button.
41769:48509|Reject or terminate a call by pressing the EXIT button on the steering wheel or on the center stack.
235:6269|You can play music files from a USB memory stick, an iPod or a CD.
6504:11467|The principle for navigating and playing songs is similar in all three cases.
12016:14419|Let's look at an example with the iPod.
15020:21368|Insert the media in the correct slot. Press the MEDIA button until iPod is highlighted.
21890:28839|Wait for a few seconds or Press the OK/MENU button. The first song starts to play.
29492:32052|Turn the TUNE button to enter the playlist.
32653:37172|Navigate to the song you want to play and press OK/MENU to start.
37773:41012|The menu system resembles the menus in your iPod.
41691:46680|Navigate in and out of folders with the OK/MENU button and the EXIT button.
47360:52140|Use the forward and backward arrows or the thumb wheel to step through songs.
1567:4675|There are fifteen different storage spaces in the car.
5067:10031|In the front seats you have seat pockets, storage in the doors and behind the centre stack.
10945:13139|There is a ticket holder and a coat hanger.
14001:19252|You have cup holders in the center console and the CD storage can hold 8 CD's.
19696:22987|The glove compartment is lockable with the key blade.
23510:29022|In the back seat there are storage spaces in each side panel, there are seat pockets for magazines,
29204:32235|and two cup holders between the back seats.
560:3700|At times you may want to transport long objects.
3840:5220|It’s easily done.
5360:12080|Just fold the backseats by pulling these handles.
13960:18400|You can fold the left and middle section separately.
19480:23040|The right backseat can only be folded together with the middle section.
809:7147|The thumb wheel makes it easy to navigate the menus in the infotainment system with the hands firmly on the steering wheel.
7862:12277|Click the thumb wheel up or down to navigate up or down in the menus.
12878:18546|Press the thumb wheel to confirm a choice, receive a phone call or go deeper in the menu structure.
19173:25155|Press the EXIT button to cancel an operation, reject a call or move up in the menu system.
Themes In The Instrument Panel
200:4800|You can switch between four different themes in the digital instrument panel.
5000:14300|To change the theme, press the OK button on the left-hand steering wheel stalk and then turn the thumb wheel on the stalk to scroll to the Themes menu.
14500:17500|Click the OK button to enter the Themes menu.
18000:21500|Choose a Theme by turning the thumb wheel.
22000:25000|Confirm your choice by pressing the OK button.
25200:28000|Press the Reset button to exit the menu.
29500:36000|The instrument panel adapts the information provided according to the driving mode that you’ve chosen.
36500:42500|The battery gauge shows the charge level and how the electric motor charges the battery when you brake.
48000:50500|This is the driving mode.
51000:55000|The hybrid guide helps you drive using electricity as much as possible.
55000:64000|When the needle enters the upper range, the diesel engine starts and the symbol illuminates.
900:7800|Before charging, an electrician should have checked the maximum amount of charging current that the socket can provide.
8000:12500|The higher the charging current, the faster the battery will be fully charged.
12800:17500|When delivered, the control unit is set for the lowest charging current, 6 amps.
19800:22500|Plug the charging cable into a mains socket.
26000:31500|Press the switch on the control unit. Set the correct charging current.
32000:38000|Open the car’s charging hatch by pressing the rear section of the hatch slightly and opening it.
38500:43000|Remove the cover. Plug the charging cable into the car.
43200:48700|The control unit and lights in the charging socket indicate that charging is underway.
49500:56900|When the battery is fully charged, the charging current indicator will switch off and the green “car” symbol will illuminate.
57300:59300|Unlock the car.
61000:64000|Switch off the control unit.
64500:71000|Unplug the cable from the car and then from the mains socket.
400:8000|The car has several driving modes in which power alternates between an electric motor and a diesel engine in different ways.
8500:23000|The default driving mode is Hybrid where the control module uses both the electric motor and the diesel engine – separately or in tandem – and optimises their use with respect to performance, fuel consumption and comfort.
24000:31700|Pure – enables you to drive with low energy consumption and maximises driving with the help of the hybrid battery.
32000:35900|In order to conserve energy, the air conditioning is switched off.
36100:44000|Hybrid – uses the electric motor and the diesel engine optimally to utilise electric power as much as possible.
44600:53000|Power – offers the best response and performance by utilising both the electric motor and the diesel engine for sportier driving.
53500:62000|Save – conserves the hybrid battery’s charge for later use, for example if you know that you’ll be driving a lot in city traffic.
62200:68000|AWD – activates four-wheel drive for better traction and road holding.
400:13500|Preconditioning means that the car’s engine and cabin are heated or cooled to reduce engine wear and energy consumption while driving, enabling you to drive farther using electrical power.
14000:20500|Activate the electrical preconditioning function by pressing OK on the left-hand steering wheel stalk.
20600:26000|Scroll with the thumb wheel to Preconditioning and confirm by pressing OK.
26500:31000|Scroll with the thumb wheel to Indoor parking and confirm by pressing OK.
31500:36000|Select what is to be activated by the electrical preheating function.
36500:39700|Press Reset to exit the menu.
40500:45000|Using the timer is a practical way to start preconditioning the car.
45200:51500|You decide when you’ll need the car and the electronics determine when preconditioning should start.
52000:56900|Begin setting the timer by pressing OK and scrolling to Preconditioning.
57000:62700|Confirm by pressing OK. Select a timer and press OK.
63700:67800|Press OK briefly again to set the time.
68000:71500|Select the desired hour and press OK.
72000:75500|Select the desired minute and press OK.
76000:79700|Press OK again to activate the timer.
81000:89500|If you have a Personal Car Communicator (PCC), you can also start preconditioning at any time using the remote key.
89700:94000|Press and hold the Approach lighting button for 2 seconds.
94300:99800|The car will confirm that the signal has been received by flashing its lights briefly 5 times.
100000:108500|If these lights then glow steadily for approximately 3 seconds, this indicates that preconditioning has started.
108600:115000|If this doesn’t occur, preconditioning is not currently possible.
400:8300|With the Volvo On Call mobile app for the iPhone and Android phones, you can monitor and control the car’s charging and preconditioning.
9000:12000|This app offers a number of practical features.
12500:18000|For example, you can see the charge status and decide when the car should be heated or cooled.
18500:24000|Download this app and stay in touch with your car, wherever you may be.
940:5015|This selection of smart features will help make your driving easier.
6661:14184|The automatic climate controll has a preset button for efficient defrosting. Just press the button and wait for the window to clear.
14968:25704|Press the button on the right stalk to activate the rain sensor. This operates the wipers automatically. Adjust the sensitivity by turning the thumb wheel.
26400:30249|The level of engine oil in diesel engines kan be monitored electronically.
30667:35944|Turn the wheel on the left stalk until ENGINE OIL LEVEL is shown in the main instrument panel.
36545:46863|Use the tilting door mirrors to get a better view of the pavement when parking. In reverse gear, press L or R to tilt the desired mirror.
47647:50808|This is only on cars with electrically operated front seats.
1200:4597|These helpful hints will help you avoid some distractions.
5102:13322|There are three 12 V electrical sockets. One in the center console, another one on the rear side of the console and finally one in the boot.
14158:20114|The socket in the boot is always live and may drain the battery if used when the engine isn't running.
21002:27506|The distance to empty tank is calculated from the average fuel consumption during the previous 30 kilometers.
28264:32757|This means that if you start driving more aggressively it might not be totally accurate.
33776:39262|The instrument lighting is automatically adjusted, based on input from the light sensor on the dashboard.
40019:45740|There is a delay which means lighting may be adapted to night driving when exiting long tunnels.
46471:57861|The electrical parking brake is set by pushing the parking brake button. Release it manually by pulling the button, or automatially by driving off in first gear.
58592:69694|One final piece of advice from Volvos paint experts: only hand wash the car during the first few months since the paint is more sensitive until it is fully hardened.