2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #288

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Airbag
system
Never
hold
the
steering
wheel
at
the
12
o'clock
position
or
with
your
hands
any-
where
inside
the
steering
wheel
or
on
the
steering
wheel
hub.
Holding
the
steering
wheel
the
wrong
way
increases
the
risk
of
severe
injury
to
the
arms, hands,
and
head
if
the
driver
airbag
deploys.
ZA\
WARNING
Objects
between
you
and
the
airbag
will
in-
crease
the
risk
of
injury
in
a
crash
by
interfer-
ing
with
the
way
the
airbag
unfolds
and/or
by
being
pushed
into
you
as
the
airbag
inflates.
Always
make
sure
nothing
is
in
the
front
air-
bag
deployment
zone
that
could
be
struck
by
the
airbag
when
it
inflates.
Objects
in
the
zone
of
a
deploying
airbag
can
become
projectiles
when
the
airbag
deploys
and
cause
serious
personal
injury.
Never
hold
things
in
your
hands
or
on
your
lap
when
the
vehicle
is
in
use.
Never
place
accessories
or
other
objects
(such
as
cup
holders,
telephone
brackets,
note
pads,
navigation
systems,
or
things
that
are
large,
heavy,
or
bulky)
on
the
doors;
never
attach
them
to
the
doors
or
the
wind-
shield;
never
place
them
over
or
near
or
at-
tach
them
to
the
area
marked
,,
AIRBAG“
on
the
steering
wheel,
instrument
panel
or
the
seat
backrests;
never
place
them
between
these
areas
and
you
or
any
other
person
in
the
vehicle.
Never
attach
objects
to
the
windshield
above
the
passenger
front
airbag,
such
as
accessory
GPS
navigation
units
or
music
players.
Such
objects
could
cause
serious
in-
jury
in
a
collision,
especially
when
the
air-
bags
inflate.
Never
recline the
front
passenger
seat
to
transport
objects.
Items
can
also
move
into
the
deployment
area
of
the
side
airbags
or
the
front
airbag
during
breaking
or
in
a
sud-
den
maneuver.
Objects
near
the
airbags
can
fly
dangerously
through
the
passenger
com-
partment
and
cause
injury,
particularly
when
the
seat
is
reclined
and
the
airbags
in-
flate.
286
Z\
WARNING
A
person
on
the
front
passenger
seat,
espe-
cially
infants and
small
children,
will
receive
serious
injuries
and
can
even
be
killed
by
be-
ing
too
close
to
the
airbag
when
it
inflates.
Although
the
Advanced
Airbag
System
in
your
vehicle
is
designed
to
turn
off
the
front
passenger
airbag
if
an
infant
or
a
small
child
is
on
the
front
passenger
seat,
nobody
can
absolutely
guarantee
that
deployment
un-
der
these
special
conditions
is
impossible
in
all
conceivable
situations
that
may
happen
during
the
useful
life
of
your
vehicle.
The
Advanced
Airbag
System
can
deploy
in
accordance
with
the
,,low
risk“
option
for
3-
and
6-year-old
children
under
the
U.S.
Fed-
eral
Standard
if
a
child
with
electrical
capac-
itance
greater
than
the
combined
capaci-
tance
of
a
typical
one-year
old
infant
re-
strained
in
one
of
the
forward
facing
or
rear-
ward-facing
child
seats
with
which
your
ve-
hicle
was
certified
is
on
the
front
passenger
seat
and
the
other
conditions
for
airbag
de-
ployment
are
met.
Accident
statistics
have
shown
that
children
are
generally
safer
in
the
rear
seat
area
than
in
the
front
seating
position.
For
their
own
safety,
all
children,
especially
12
years
and
younger,
should always
ride
in
the
back
properly
restrained
for
their
age
and
size.
Advanced
front
airbag
system
Your
vehicle
is
equipped
with
a
front
Advanced
Airbag
System
in
compliance
with
United
States
Federal
Motor
Vehicle
Safety
Standard
(FMVSS)
208,
as
well
as
Canada
Motor
Vehicle
Safety
Standard
(CMVSS)
208
as
applicable
at
the
time
your
vehicle
was
manufactured.
The
front
Advanced
Airbag
System
supplements
the
safety
belts
to
provide
additional protection
for
the
driver's
and
front
passenger's
heads
and
upper
bodies
in
frontal
crashes.
The airbags
in-
flate
only
in
frontal
impacts
when
the
vehicle
de-
celeration
is
high
enough.
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