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Old Aug 14th, 2019, 19:02   #1
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I know that there has been a few posts about CC for V40 2002 but I searched more than once in the older posts but can't find it again.What I am looking for is the post with schema and discription "how to" connect the 4 wires from the blinker arm to the CPU and clutch/brake switch.
Does someone know where to find it?
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I know that there has been a few posts about CC for V40 2002 but I searched more than once in the older posts but can't find it again.What I am looking for is the post with schema and discription "how to" connect the 4 wires from the blinker arm to the CPU and clutch/brake switch.
Does someone know where to find it?
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Normally, most cars are prewired for CC. Some basic spec models though unfortunately don't come prewired. So I guess that in your case, you don't have any of the wires. The following applies to all petrol models, (expect for the 1.8i GDI)

You can have a look here to see if there is any wiring diagrams for the CC. However, what may be the best case, is to find a donor car and start from the the wiring of the connector to the CC ECU and remove everything that is required. It is a bloody hard job to remove the wires but fitting them on the car is much much easier. Helped two other members doing the same in the past.

Wiring diagrams PDF: http://volvos40v40.johnavis.com/blog..._TP3959202.pdf

This is what I removed from the car with CC. I started from the CC ECU connector and traced every wire. To make it easier for Brent, another forum member, who did this job, wherever each wire ended, I cut off all other irrelevant wires and left the CC one, so it could be easier for him to visualise and know exactly where each wire goes. Brent went on to label each junction with the numbers seen on the pieces of paper, which are references from the PDF wiring diagram

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