2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #293

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Airbag
system
airbag
or
too
close
to
it
when
it
inflates
-
even
with
an
Advanced
Airbag
>
page
281.
More
important
things
to
know
about
fron
airbags
B4L-1300
Fig.
237
Inflated
front
airbags
Safety
belts
are
important
to
help
keep
front
seat
occupants
in
the
proper
seated
position
so
that
airbags
can
unfold
properly
and
provide
supple-
mental
protection
in
a
frontal
collision.
The
front
airbags
are
designed
to
provide
addi-
tional
protection
for
the
chest and
face
of
the
driver
and
the
front seat
passenger
when:
safety
belts
are
worn
properly
the
seats
have
been
positioned
so
that
the
oc-
cupant
is
properly
seated
and
the
head
restraints
have
been properly
ad-
justed
Because
airbags
inflate
in
the blink
of
an
eye
with
great
force,
things
you
have
on
your
lap
or
have
placed
on
the
seat
could
become
dangerous
pro-
jectiles,
and
be
pushed
into
you
if
the
airbag
in-
flates.
When
an
airbag
deploys,
fine
dust
is
released.
This
is
normal
and
is
not
caused
by
a
fire
in
the
vehicle.
This
dust
is
made
up
mostly
of
a
powder
used
to
lubricate
the
airbags
as
they
deploy.
It
could
irritate
skin.
It
is
important
to
remember
that
while
the
sup-
plemental
airbag
system
is
designed
to
reduce
the
likelihood
of
serious
injuries,
other
injuries,
for
example
swelling,
bruising
and
minor
abra-
sions,
can
also
happen
when
airbags
inflate.
Air-
bags
do
not
protect
the
arms
or
the
lower
parts
of
the
body.
Front
airbags
supplement
the
three-
point
safety
belts
only
in
some
frontal
collisions
in
which
the
vehicle
deceleration
is
high
enough
to
deploy
the
airbags.
Front
airbags
will
not
deploy:
if
the
ignition
is
switched
off
when
a
crash
oc-
curs
in
side
collisions
—in
rear-end
collisions
in
rollovers
when
the
crash
deceleration
measured
by
the
airbag
system
is
less
than
the
minimum
thresh-
old
needed
for
airbag
deployment
as
registered
by
the
electronic
control
unit
The
front
passenger
airbag
also
will
not
deploy:
when
the
front
passenger
seat
is
not
occupied,
when
the
electrical
capacitance
measured
by
the
capacitive
passenger
detection
system
for
the
front
passenger
seat
indicates
that
the
pas-
senger
side
frontal
airbag
must
be
switched
off
by
the
electronic
control
unit (the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
%;
light
>
page
293
comes
on
and
stays
on).
Z\
WARNING
Sitting
in
the
wrong
position
can
increase
the
risk
of
serious
injury
in
crashes.
—To
reduce
the
risk
of
injury
when
the
airbags
inflate,
the
driver
and
passengers
must
al-
ways
sit
in
an
upright
position,
must
not
lean
against
or
place
any
part
of
their
body
too
close
to
the
area
where
the
airbags
are
located.
Occupants
who
are
unbelted,
out
of
position
or
too
close
to
the
airbag
can
be
seriously
in-
jured
by an
airbag
as
it
unfolds
with
great
force
in
the
blink
of
an
eye
>
page
282.
ZA\
WARNING
A
child
in
a
rearward-facing
child
safety
seat
installed
on
the
front
passenger
seat
will
be
seriously
injured
and
can
be
killed
if
the
front
airbag
inflates
-
even
with
an
Advanced
Airbag
System.
The
inflating
airbag
will
hit
the
child
safety
seat
or
infant
carrier
with
great
force
and
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