2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #294

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Airbag
system
will
smash
the
child
safety
seat
and
child
against
the
backrest,
center
armrest,
door
or
roof.
Always
install
rear-facing
child
safety
seats
on
the
rear
seat.
If
you
must
install
a
rearward-facing
child
safety
seat
on
the
front
passenger
seat
be-
cause
of
exceptional
circumstances
and
the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
%¥;
light
does
not
come
on
and
stay
on,
immediately
install
the
rear-facing
child
safety
seat
in
a
rear
seating
position
and
have
the
airbag
system
inspected
by
your
authorized
Audi
dealer.
Z\
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
or
by
be-
ing
pushed
into
you
as
the
airbag
inflates.
Never
hold
things
in
your
hands
or
on
your
lap
when
the
vehicle
is
in
use.
Never
transport
items
on
or
in
the
area
of
the
front
passenger
seat.
Objects
could
move
into
the
area
of
the
front
airbags
dur-
ing
braking
or
other
sudden
maneuvers
and
become
dangerous
projectiles
that
can
cause
serious
personal
injury
if
the
airbags
inflate.
Never
place
or
attach
accessories
or
other
objects
(such
as
cupholders,
telephone
brackets,
large,
heavy
or
bulky
objects)
on
the
doors,
over
or
near
the
area
marked
“AIRBAG”
on
the
steering
wheel,
instrument
panel,
seat
backrests
or
between
those
areas
and
yourself.
These
objects
could
cause
injury
in
a
crash,
especially
when
the
airbags
inflate.
Never
recline the
front
passenger's
seat
to
transport
objects.
Items
can
also
move
into
the
area
of
the
side
airbag
or
the
front
air-
bag
during
braking
or
in
a
sudden
maneuver.
Objects
near
the
airbags
can
become
projec-
tiles
and
cause
injury,
particularly
when
the
seat
is
reclined.
Never
place
or
transport
objects
on
the
front
Passenger
seat.
Objects
on
the
front
passen-
ger
seat
could
cause
the
capacitive
sensor
in
the
seat
to
signal
to
airbag
system
that
the
seat
is
occupied
by
a
person
when
it
in
fact
is
not,
or
that
the
person
on
the
seat
is
heavier
than
he
or
she
actually
is.
The
change
in
electric
capacitance
because
of
such
objects
can
cause
the
passenger
front
airbag
to
be
turned
on
when
it
should
be
off,
or
can
cause
the
airbag
to
work
in
a
way
that
is
dif-
ferent
from
the
way
it
would
have
worked
without
objects
on
the
seat.
Always
make
sure
that
there
is
nothing
on
the
front
passenger
seat
that
will
cause
the
capacitive
passenger
detection
system
in
the
seat
to
signal
to
the
Airbag
System
that
the
seat
is
occupied
by
a
person
when
it
is
not,
or
to
signal
that
it is
occupied
by
some-
one
who
is
heavier
than
the
person
actually
sitting
on
the
seat.
The
presence
of
an
ob-
ject
could
cause
the
passenger
front
airbag
to
be
turned
on
when
it
should
be
off,
or
could
cause
the
airbag
to
work
in
a
way
that
is
different
from
the
way
it
would
have
worked
without
the
object
on
the
seat.
ZA
WARNING
The
fine
dust
created
when
airbags
deploy
can
cause
breathing
problems
for
people
with
a
history
of
asthma
or
other
breathing
condi-
tions.
—To
reduce
the
risk
of
breathing
problems,
those
with
asthma
or
other
respiratory
con-
ditions
should
get
fresh
air
right
away
by
getting
out
of
the
vehicle
or
opening
win-
dows
or
doors.
If
you
are
in
a
collision
in
which
airbags
de-
ploy,
wash
your
hands
and
face
with
mild
soap
and
water
before
eating.
Be
careful
not
to
get
the
dust
into
your
eyes,
or
into
any
cuts
or
scratches.
If
the
residue
should
get
into
your
eyes,
flush
them
with
water.
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