2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #292

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Airbag
system
passenger
detection
system
from
accurately
measuring
the
capacitance
of
the
child
safe-
ty
seat
and/or
the
person
on
the
seat
and
thus
keep
the
Advanced
Airbag
System
from
cushion
can
have
the
same
effect.
If
the
front
passenger
frontal
airbag
is
turned
on,
the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
#;
light
will
turn
off.
working
properly.
Never
place
or
use
any
electrical
device
(such
as
a
laptop,
CD
player,
electronic
games
device,
power
inverter
or
seat
heater
for
child
seats)
on
the
front
passenger
seat
if
the
device
is
connected
to
the
12-volt
socket
or
the
cigarette
lighter
socket.
Such
devices
can
influence
the
capacitance
regis-
tered
by
the
capacitive
passenger
detection
system,
so
that
incorrect
information
is
pro-
vided
to
the
airbag
control
unit.
If
you
must
use
a
child
restraint
on
the
front
passenger
seat
and
the
child
restraint
man-
ufacturer's
instructions
require
the use
of
a
towel,
foam
cushion
or
something
else
to
properly
position
the
child
restraint,
make
certain
that
the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
¥;
light
comes
on
and
stays
on
whenever
the
child
restraint
is
installed
on
the
front
passenger
seat.
If
the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
%;
light
does
not
come
on
and
stay
on,
immediately
install
child
restraint
in
a
rear
seating
posi-
tion
and
have
the
airbag
system
inspected
by
your
Audi
dealer.
How
the
Advanced
Airbag
System
components
work
together
The
front
Advanced
Airbag
System
and
the
side
airbags
supplement
the
protection
offered
by
the
front
three-point
safety
belts
and
the
adjustable
head
restraints
to
help
reduce
the
risk
of
injury
in
a
wide range
of
accident
and
crash
situations.
Be
sure
to
read
the
important
information
about
safety
and
heed
the
WARNINGS
in
this
chapter.
Deployment
of
the
Advanced
Airbag
System
and
the
activation
of
the
safety
belt
pretensioners
de-
pend
on
the
deceleration
measured
by
the
crash
sensors
and
registered
by
the
electronic
control
unit.
Crash
severity
depends
on
speed
and
decel-
eration
as
well
as
the
mass
and
stiffness
of
the
vehicle
or
object
involved
in
the
crash.
On
the
passenger
side,
regardless
of
safety
belt
use,
the
front
passenger
frontal
airbag
will
be
turned
off
if
the
electrical
capacitance
measured
by
the
capacitive
passenger
detection
system
on
the
front
passenger
seat
is
less
than
the
amount
programmed
in
the
electronic
control
unit.
The
front
passenger
frontal
airbag
will
also
be
turned
/\
WARNING
off
if
the
capacitance
measured
by
the
system
for
=
the
front
passenger
seat
equals
that
of
an
infant
If
the
front
passenger
seat gets
wet,
dry
it
im-
of
about
one
year
of
age
in
one
of
the
child
seats
mediately.
that
was
used
to
certify the
Advanced
Airbag
Sys-
tem
under
Federal
Motor
Vehicle
Safety
Standard
208.
The
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
%;
light
comes
on
and
stays
on
to
tell
you
when
the
front
Advanced
Airbag
System
on
the
passenger
side
has
been
turned
off >
page
293.
If
liquid
soaks
into
the
front
passenger
seat,
this
can
keep
the
airbag
system
from
work-
ing
properly
and
may,
for
instance,
deacti-
vate
the
passenger
frontal
airbag.
If
this
happens,
the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
#¥,
light
will
come
on
and
stay
on
together
with
the
airbag
indicator
light
ka
in
the
instru-
ment
cluster.
If
liquid
is
pooled
on
the
seat,
but has
not
soaked
in,
this
may
also
keep
the
airbag
sys-
tem
from
working
properly
and
cause
the
passenger
frontal
airbag
to
be
enabled
(turned
on),
even
though
there
is
a
properly
installed
child
restraint
system
on
the
seat.
Wet
towels
or
other
wet
things
on
the
seat
ZA\
WARNING
To
reduce
the
risk of
injury
when
an
airbag
in-
flates,
always
wear
safety
belts
properly.
If
you
are
unrestrained,
leaning
forward,
sit-
ting
sideways
or
out
of
position
in
any
way,
your
risk
of
injury
is
much
higher.
You
will
also
receive
serious
injuries
and
could
even
be
killed
if
you
are
up
against
the
|>
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