2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #289

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Airbag
system
The
front
Advanced
Airbag
System
for
the
front
seat
occupants
is
not
a
substitute
for
your
safety
belts.
Rather,
it
is
part
of
the
overall
occupant
re-
straint
system
in
your
vehicle.
Always
remember
that
the
airbag
system
can
only help
to
protect
you,
if
you
are
sitting
upright,
wearing
your
safe-
ty
belt
and
wearing
it
properly.
This
is
why
you
and
your
passengers
must
always
be
properly
re-
strained,
not
just
because
the
law
requires
you
to
be.
The
Advanced
Airbag
System
in
your
vehicle
has
been
certified
to
meet
the
“low
risk”
require-
ments
for
3
and
6
year-old
children
on
the
pas-
senger
side
and
very
small
adults
on
the
driver
side.
The
low
risk
deployment
criteria
are
intend-
ed
to
help
reduce
the
risk
of
injury
through
inter-
action
with
the
front
airbag
that
can
occur,
for
example,
by
being
too
close
to
the
steering
wheel
and
instrument
panel
when
the
airbag
inflates.
In
addition,
the
system
has
been
certified
to
comply
with
the
“suppression”
requirements
of
the
Safety
Standard,
to
turn
off
the
front
airbag
for
infants
12
months
old
and
younger who
are
restrained
on
the
front
passenger
seat
in
child
re-
straints that
are listed
in
the
Standard
=
page
305,
Child
restraints
and
Advanced
Air-
bags.
“Suppression”
requires
the
front
airbag
on
the
passenger
side
to
be
turned
off
if:
—achild
up
to
about
one
year
of
age
is
restrained
on
the
front
passenger
seat
in
one
of
the
rear-
facing
or
forward-facing
infant
restraints
listed
in
Federal
Motor
Vehicle
Safety
Standard
208
with
which
the
Advanced
Airbag
System
in
your
vehicle
was
certified.
For
a
listing
of
the
child
restraints
that
were
used
to
certify
your
vehi-
cle's
compliance
with
the
US
Safety
Standard
=>
page
305,
—a
person
is
detected
on
the
front
passenger
seat
that
has
an
electrical
capacitance
that
is
more
than
the
total
electrical
capacitance
of
a
child
that
is
about
1
year
old
restrained
in
one
of
the
rear-facing
or
forward-facing
infant
re-
straints
(listed
in
Federal
Motor
Vehicle
Safety
Standard
208
with
which
the
Advanced
Airbag
System
in
your
vehicle
was
certified),
the
front
airbag
on
the
passenger
side
may
or
may
not
deploy.
The
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
%;
light
comes
on
when
the
electronic
control
unit
detects
a
total
electrical
capacitance
on
the
front
passenger
seat
that
requires
the
front
airbag
to
be
turned
off.
If
the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
3;
light
does
not
come
on,
the
front
airbag
on
the
passenger
side
has
not
been
turned
off
by
the
control
unit
and
can
deploy
if
the
control
unit
senses
an
impact
that
meets
the
conditions
stored
in
its
memory.
If
the total
electrical
capacitance
registered
on
the
front
passenger
seat
is
more
than
that
of
a
typical
1
year-old,
but
less
than
the
weight
of
a
small
adult,
the
front
airbag
on
the
passenger
side
may
deploy
(the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
¥;
light
does
not
come
on).
For
example,
the
airbag
may
deploy
if:
—asmall
child
that
is
heavier
than
a
typical
1
year-old
child
is
on
the
front
passenger
seat
(re-
gardless
of
whether
the
child
is
in
one
of
the
child
safety
seats
listed
>
page
305),
—a
child
who
has
outgrown
child
restraints
is
on
the
front
passenger
seat.
If
the
front
passenger
airbag
is
turned
off,
the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
%;
light
in
the
head-
liner
will
come
on
and
stay
on.
If
the
front
passenger
airbag
deploys,
the
Federal
Standard
requires
the
airbag
to
meet
the
“low
risk”
deployment
criteria
to
help
reduce
the
risk
of
injury
through
interaction
with
the
airbag.
“Low
risk”
deployment
occurs
in
those crashes
that take place
at
lower
decelerations
as
defined
in
the
electronic
control
unit.
>
page
293
Always
remember:
Even
though
your
vehicle
is
equipped
with
Advanced
Airbags,
the
safest
place
for
children
is
properly
restrained
on
the
back
seat.
Please
be
sure
to
read
the
important
infor-
mation
in
the
sections
that
follow
and
be
sure
to
heed
all
of
the
WARNINGS.
ZA\
WARNING
To
reduce
the
risk
of
injury
when
an
airbag
in-
flates,
always
wear
safety
belts
properly.
>
287

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