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MONTERINGSANVISNING · INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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Saab 9-3, M08Timer kit
Accessories Part No.
Date
Instruction Part No.
Replaces
32 026 237
Dec 07
32 026 273
32 026 273 Sep 07
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Cars with standard front
p. 3
Cars with Aero front
p. 5
Synchronising the remote control code
p. 9
Calibration of pinch protection
p. 9
Setting the clock
p. 10
Adapting the alarm
p. 11
User instructions
p. 13
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1 Wiring harness
2 Timer relay
3 Protective cap
4 Cable tie (x7)
5 Bolt (not used on cars with std. front)
6 Nut (not used on cars with std. front)
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Cars with standard front
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1 Disconnect the battery's negative cable. Route
the wiring harness behind the electrical centre,
along the bonnet wire, and connect the ground
cable to the front grounding point (G30A) at the
engine bay electrical centre.
2 Locate the "Pre Acc" outlet between the engine
bay electrical centre and the front wing and
remove any adhesive tape and dummy connector.
7 Remove the 3 screws to the left-hand section of
the spoiler shield and fold it down.
8 Detach all contacts on extension cables/branch
contacts and route the block heater's extension
cable out from the hole in order to facilitate fitting
the wiring harness. Route the wiring harness
through the hole where the block heater's extension cable was routed. Route the block heater's
extension cable through the hole once again.
Connect all extension cables to the timer relay.
Fit the retaining clips, a click can be heard when
the retaining clips have been correctly fitted.
3 Connect the wiring harness to the four pole "Pre
Acc" outlet.
Important
If the four-pin "Pre Acc" outlet is already in use,
connect into the existing connector as follows
- disassemble "Pre Acc"
- remove the seal from the connector for the timer
relay's wiring harness and prise out the cable
WARNING
Check that the wiring harness is not pinched.
Incorrect fitting can damage the wiring harness
and cause a short-circuit/fire.
9 Connect the wiring harness to the timer relay.
- insert the cable in the connector previously
plugged into "Pre Acc", position 4
10 Lower the car.
- plug the connector into "Pre Acc"
11 Connect the battery's negative cable.
4 Secure the wiring harness to the bonnet wire,
behind the left-hand headlamp, using 1 cable
tie.
5 Lower the wiring harness in front of the battery
tray behind connector H24-1.
6 Raise the car.
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12 Connect the diagnostic tool, select car and model year, select "All", select "Add/Remove", select
the accessory and then "Add".
Important
The diagnostic tool will on some occasions need
to retrieve a security code in TIS. Information on
what to do will be displayed on the diagnostic tool
display.
13 Connect the engine block heater to a wall socket.
14 On SIDC, press the button labelled "CUSTOMIZE", select "Engine heater", press "SET", select
"Manual control", press "SET", select "Heater
On", press "SET" and check that the engine
heater starts.
15 Select "Manual control", press "SET", select
"Heater Off", press "SET", select "Back" and
"Quit".
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Cars with Aero front
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1 Disconnect the battery's negative cable.
2 Remove the bumper shell clip from the upper
radiator member.
3 Raise the car.
4 Remove the bumper's bolts in the wheel housing.
5 Remove the spoiler shield.
6 Unplug the bumper connector and remove it
from the holder on the spoiler shield.
Cars with headlamp washers: Unhook the
hose from the spoiler shield.
7 Lower the car.
8 Pull out the bumper shell side pieces and
remove the bumper.
Cars with headlamp washers: Remove the
hose from the branching piece and plug the
hose with an 8.5 mm drill.
9 Remove the left-hand headlamp.
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10 Cars without block heater: Drill a 6 mm hole
for the timer relay in the horn bracket.
WARNING
Pay attention so that the car's wiring harness is
not damaged. Damage to the wiring harness may
cause short circuits/fire.
11 Detach all contacts on extension cables/branch
contacts and route the cable back to the upper
radiator member without removing the cable tie
in the upper radiator mounting. Route the connecting cable under the radiator member,
between the left-hand headlamp and the radiator.
16 Fit the lock clips over the connections. A click
should be heard when the lock clip is fitted correctly.
17 Connect the wiring harness to the timer relay,
route the wiring harness along the connecting
cable and then let it follow the horn wiring harness down to the bumper member and then the
impact sensor wiring harness. Secure the timer
relay wiring harness at the same attachment
points as the impact sensor wiring harness.
Important
The timer relay wiring harness must be located
next to the impact sensor wiring harness in the
opening for the headlamp.
12 Plug the connecting cable into the timer relay
(A).
13 Plug the engine block heater's cable into the timer relay's socket (B).
14 Cars with cabin heater: Plug the cabin socket's cable into the timer relay's socket (C).
15 Fit the timer relay to the horn bracket with the
relay spacer lugs against the bracket and fit the
screw with its head facing the radiator. The
extension cable connected to the timer relay
socket (B) must be located above the timer
relay.
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18 Connect the ground cable to the front grounding
point (G30A) at the engine bay electrical centre.
19 Locate the "Pre Acc" outlet between the engine
bay electrical centre and the front wing and
remove any adhesive tape and dummy connector.
20 Connect the wiring harness to the four pole "Pre
Acc" outlet.
Note
If the four-pole "Pre Acc" socket is already used,
connect into the existing connector as follows:
– unplug "Pre Acc"
– remove the seal from the connector on the
timer relay wiring harness and extract the
cable
– insert the cable into the connector that was
plugged into "Pre Acc", position 4
– plug the connector into "Pre Acc"
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29 Connect the battery's negative cable.
21 Connect and fit the left-hand headlamp.
30 Cars with headlamp washers: Check the
operation of the headlamp washers.
WARNING
Check that the wiring harness is not pinched.
Incorrect fitting can damage the wiring harness
and cause a short-circuit/fire.
31 Connect the diagnostic tool, select car and model year, select “All”, select “Add/Remove”, select
the accessory and then “Add”.
Note
22 Lift up the bumper.
WARNING
Check that the wiring harness is not pinched.
Incorrect fitting can damage the wiring harness
and cause a short-circuit/fire.
Cars with headlamp washers: Connect the
headlamp washer hose to the branching piece.
23 Align the bumper and press the shell back so
that it is secured against the holder's mounting.
24 Fit the clips on the upper radiator member.
25 Raise the car and fit the bumper's bolts into the
wheel housing.
26 Lift up the spoiler shield, fit the bumper connector into the holder and plug in the connector.
The diagnostic tool will on some occasions need
to retrieve a security code in TIS. Information on
what to do will be displayed on the diagnostic tool
display.
32 Connect the engine block heater to a wall socket.
33 On SIDC, press the button labelled "CUSTOMIZE", select "Engine heater", press "SET", select
"Manual control", press “SET”, select “Heater
On”, press “SET” and check that the engine
heater starts.
34 Select "Manual control", press “SET”, select
“Heater Off”, press “SET”, select “Back” and
“Quit”.
Cars with headlamp washers: Hook the hose
onto the spoiler shield.
27 Fit the spoiler shield.
28 Lower the car and check the fit of the bumper.
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Synchronising the remote control code
Synchronise the remote control code by inserting
the key into the ignition switch.
Important
Repeat this procedure with all keys. Otherwise,
the remote controls will not function.
5 Raise the window fully. Hold the button up during the entire operation. Wait for at least 1 second when the window is in the top position.
6 Lower the window fully. Hold the button
depressed during the entire operation.
7 Raise the window fully. Hold the button up during the entire operation. Wait for at least 1 second when the window is in the top position.
8 When calibration has been completed an audible confirmation is heard. In the event that no
audible confirmation is heard, repeat the procedure.
Calibration of pinch protection
WARNING
Anti-Pinch is not active until the power windows
have been calibrated following power disconnection.
Note
Only one control module is to be calibrated at a
time due to voltage variations.
1 Close the window.
CV: Close the door and the soft top.
2 Reset the pinch protection by removing and fitting fuse F5 from the instrument panel electrical
centre (IPEC). The pinch protection for both
door modules is now reset and both front windows can be programmed.
3 Start the car.
4 Lower the window fully. Hold the button
depressed during the entire operation.
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Setting the clock
Automatic setting - RDS time:
Cars with audio system without navigation
To obtain RDS time (Clock Time, CT), the reception
must be good and the currently tuned station must
be transmitting RDS time signals.
Manual setting of audio system without CD
changer:
- Press the clock button.
- In the clock menu, press the menu button directly
underneath the arrow symbol in the display.
- Press the menu button directly underneath the
menu option you wish to change.
- Press the menu button directly underneath RDS
time menu option.
- Press the menu button again to increase time or
date one increment at a time. You can also adjust
time and date by pressing the SEEK, FWD or REV
buttons.
- Adjusting the clock now takes place automatically
and the display shows: "Adjusting to RDS time...". In
the event of poor RDS reception or if there is no time
information the display shows: No RDS time available.
Manual setting of audio system with CD
changer:
Setting the clock
Cars with audio system and navigation
- Press the MENU button.
- Press the menu button directly underneath the
clock symbol in the display.
- Press the menu button directly underneath the
menu option you wish to change.
- Press the menu button again to increase time or
date one increment at a time. You can also adjust
time and date by pressing the SEEK, FWD or REV
buttons.
Note
This unit has a touch-panel and only displays
time. The navigation system receives the correct
date via a GPS signal. The date is used by other
car functions, e.g. service, and is not shown in
the display.
1 Ignition in ON position.
2 Activate the audio system.
3 Press MENU until the tab for the clock is activated.
4 Select RDS time or manual setting on the touch
screen. To obtain RDS time (Clock Time, CT), the
reception must be good and the currently tuned
station must be transmitting RDS time signals.
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Adapting the alarm
If the car is equipped with theft protection with
movement detector then there is a risk that the car
will trigger false alarms when the heater is activated.
To avoid this there is the option to set the movement
detector using the diagnostic tool so that it is deactivated when the heater is active in order to then be
reactivated when the heater is inactive.
Note
The customer must be informed of the option to
adapt the alarm and then decide how the alarm
should be configured.
Implementation
Connect the diagnostic tool and navigate as follows:
Fault diagnosis - Vehicle type - Model year - Body Theft Protection - Anti Theft - Adjustments - Anti
Theft, - Disable Detection.
Select configuration of alarm.
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User instructions
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The extension cable must be made of oil-resistant rubber and approved for outdoor use with a
cross-sectional area of at least 3x1.5 mm2.
The heater system must only be connected to a
grounded socket.
WARNING
Handle all cables with care.
- Pay particular attention to the risk of pinching
between the bonnet and the body of the car and
the risk of cuts on sharp metal components.
- Check the ground connection between the connecting plug ground pin, the heater casing and the
car body regularly to prevent electric shocks.
- Regularly inspect the extension cable for damage or ageing. Damaged cables must be replaced
immediately, otherwise there is a risk of personal
injury.
Note
The function of the heater will be at risk if:
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there are impurities in the coolant
the coolant level is too low or if there is air in
the system
there is ice slush in the system
radiator sealant is used
Adapting the alarm
If the car is equipped with theft protection with
movement detector then there is a risk that the car
will trigger false alarms when the heater is activated.
To avoid this there is the option to set the movement
detector so that it is deactivated when the heater is
active in order to then be reactivated when the heater is inactive.
Contact a Saab workshop for adapting the alarm.
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