2020 Audi Q3 — Owner's Manual – Page #86

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q3
Pages: 278


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Driving
or
authorized
Audi
Service
Facility
to
have
the
malfunction
repaired.
B
Remote
control
key:
key not
detected.
Is
the
key
still
in
the
vehicle?
The
vehicle
key
was
removed
from
the
vehicle
while
the
engine
is
running.
If
the
vehicle
key
is
no
longer
in
the
vehicle,
you
cannot
switch
the
ig-
nition
on
or
start
the
engine
once
you
stop
it.
You
also
cannot
lock
the
vehicle
from
the
outside.
Remote
control
key:
hold
back
of
key
against
the
designated
area.
See
owner's
man-
ual
The
battery
in
the
vehicle
key
may
be
drained
or
there
may
be
a
malfunction.
To
start
the
vehicle,
you
must
also
hold
the
vehicle
key
against
the
lo-
cation
shown
?)
>
page
82,
fig.
78.
If
the
malfunction
remains,
drive
immediately
to
an
authorized
Audi
dealer
or
authorized
Audi
Service
Facility
to
have
the
malfunction
correct-
ed.
When
driving
Starting
to
drive,
stopping,
and
parking
Starting
from
a
stop
>
Press
and
hold
the
brake
pedal.
>
Start
the
engine.
>
Select
a
gear.
>
Release
the
parking
brake.
>
Release
the
brake
pedal.
The
vehicle
may
roll.
>
Press
the
accelerator
pedal
to
accelerate.
Stopping
and
parking
>
Bring
the
vehicle
to
a
full
stop
and
press
and
hold
the
brake
pedal.
>
Set the
parking
brake.
>
Select
the
“P”
selector
lever
position
to
secure
the
vehicle
from
rolling
away.
>
Turn
the
steering
wheel
when
parking
on
in-
clines
so
that
the
wheels
will
roll
into
the
curb
if
the
vehicle
starts
moving.
>
Switch
off
the
ignition
before
leaving
the vehi-
cle.
On
hills,
activate
the
parking
brake
first
and
then
shift
into
the
"P"
selector
lever
position.
This
pre-
84
vents
too
much
stress
from
being
placed
on
the
locking
mechanism.
Z\
WARNING
Always
set
the
parking
brake
when
leaving
your
vehicle,
even
if
for
a
short
period
of
time.
If
the
parking
brake
is
not
set,
the
ve-
hicle
could
roll
away,
increasing
the
risk
of
an
accident.
Do
not
leave
your
vehicle
unattended
while
the
engine
is
running,
because
this
increases
the
risk
of
an
accident.
If
the
parking
brake
is
set,
it
can
release
au-
tomatically
when
the
accelerator
pedal
is
pressed.
To
reduce
the
risk
of
an
accident,
do
not
inadvertently
press
the
accelerator
pedal
and
always
shift
into
“P”
when
the
ve-
hicle
is
stopped.
If
you
leave
the
vehicle,
switch
the
ignition
off
and
take
the key
with
you.
This
is
espe-
cially
important
when
leaving
persons
or
an-
imals
in
the
vehicle.
Otherwise,
the
vehicle
could
start
unintentionally,
the
parking
brake could
release,
or
electronic
equipment
could
activate,
which
increases
the
risk of
an
accident.
No
persons
or
animals
should
be
left
in
a
locked
vehicle.
Locked
doors
make
it
more
difficult
for
emergency
workers
to
enter
the
vehicle,
which
puts
lives
at
risk.
If
you
do
not
begin
driving
immediately
af-
ter
releasing
the
brake
pedal,
your
vehicle
may
begin
to
roll
backward.
Press
the
brake
pedal
or
set
the
parking
brake
immediately.
C)
Note
If
you
have
to
stop
on
an
incline,
always
press
the
brake
pedal
to
hold
the
vehicle
in
place
to
reduce
the
risk of
the
vehicle
rolling
back-
ward.
Do
not
try
to
hold
the
vehicle
in
place
by
pressing
and
holding
the
accelerator
pedal.
The
transmission
can
overheat,
which
increas-
es
the
risk
of
damage.
Hill
hold
assist
If
you
take
your
foot
off
of
the
brake
pedal
when
driving
on
hills,
the
braking
force
will
be
held
for
>

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