2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #307

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Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Child
safety
on
all
the
time
whenever
the
ignition
is
switched
on.
If
the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
%;
light
does
not
come
on
and
stay
on,
immediate-
ly
install
the
forward-facing
child
seat
ina
rear
seating
position
and
have
the
airbag
system
inspected
by
your
authorized
Audi
dealer.
Always
buckle
the
child
seat
firmly
in
place
even
if
a
child
is
not
sitting
in
it.
A
loose
child
seat
can
fly
around
during
a
sudden
stop
or
in a
collision.
Always
read
and
heed
all
WARNINGS
whenever
using
a
child
restraint
in
a
vehi-
cle
>
page
273,
Safety
belts,
>
page
281,
Airbag
system
and
=
page
303,
Important
information.
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Tips
Always
replace
child
restraints
that
were
in-
stalled
in
a
vehicle
during
a
crash.
Damage
to
a
child
restraint
that
is
not
visible
could
cause
it
to
fail
in
another
collision
situation.
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Tee
Racal
m
aati
Cele)
Your
vehicle
is
equipped
with
an
“Advanced
Air-
bag
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
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
small
adults
on
the
driver
side.
The
low
risk
deployment
criteria
are
intended
to
reduce
the
risk
of
injury
through
interaction
with
the
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
Stand-
ard,
to
turn
off
the
front
airbag
for
infants
up
to
12
months
who
are
restrained
on
the
front
pas-
senger
seat
in
child
restraints
that
are
listed
in
the
Standard.
Even
though
your
vehicle
is
equipped
with
an
Ad-
vanced
Airbag
system,
all
children,
especially
those
12
years
and
younger,
should
always
ride
in
the
back
seat
properly
restrained
for
their
age
and
size.
The
airbag
on
the
passenger
side
makes
the
front seat
a
potentially
dangerous
place
for
a
child
to
ride.
The
front
seat
is
not the
safest
place
for
a
child
in
a
forward-facing
child
safety
seat.
It
can
be
a
very
dangerous
place
for
an
infant
or
a
larger
child
in
a
rearward-facing
seat.
The
vehicle's
Advanced
Airbag
System
has
a
ca-
pacitive
passenger
detection
system
in
the
front
passenger
seat
cushion
that
can
detect
the
pres-
ence
of
a
baby
or
a
child
in
a
child
restraint
sys-
tem
on
this
seat.
The
capacitive
passenger
detection
system
regis-
ters
the
changes
that
result
in
an
electrical
field
when
a
child,
a
child
restraint,
and
a
baby
blanket
are
on
the
front
passenger
seat.
The
change
in
the
measured
capacitance
due
to
the
presence
of
a
child,
a
child
restraint,
and
a
baby
blanket
on
the
front
passenger
seat
is
related
to
the
child
re-
straint
system
resting
on
the
seat.
The
measured
capacitance
of
a
child
restraint
system
varies
de-
pending
on
the
type
of
system
and
specific
make
and
model.
The
electrical
capacitance
of
the
various
types,
makes,
and
models
of
child
restraints
specified
by
the
U.S.
National
Highway
Traffic
Safety
Ad-
ministration
(NHTSA)
in
the
relevant
safety
standard
are
stored
in
the
Advanced
Airbag
Sys-
tem
control
unit
together
with
the
capacitances
typical
of
infants and
a
1-year
old
child.
When
a
child
restraint
is
used
on
the
front
passenger
seat
with
a
typical
1
year-old
infant, the
Advanced
Air-
bag
System
compares
the
capacitance
measured
by
the
capacitive
passenger
detection
system
with
the
data
stored
in
the
electronic
control
unit.
Cea
eMart
Wesley
Regardless
of
the
child
restraint
that
you
use,
make
sure
that
it
has
been
certified
to
meet
Safe-
ty
Standards
and
has
been
certified
by
its
manu-
facturer
for
use
with
an
airbag.
Always
be
sure
that
the
child
restraint
is
properly
installed
at
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