2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #313

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Child
safety
Convertible
child
safety
seats
Properly
used
convertible
child
safety
seats
can
help
protect
toddlers
and
children
over
age one
who
weigh
between
20
and
40
lbs.
(9
and
18
kg)
in.acrash.
8
$
br
+
a
Fig.
245
Schematic
overview:
installation
of
the
attach-
ments
applicable
to
a
LATCH
seat
g
=
4
a
Fig.
246
Schematic
overview:
installation
of
the
seat
using
the
vehicle's
safety
belt
system
>
When
using
the
vehicle
safety
belt
to
install
a
child
safety
seat,
you
must
first
activate
the
convertible
locking
retractor
on
the
safety
belt
to
prevent
the
child
safety
seat
from
moving
=>
page
314
or
install
the
seat
using
the
LATCH
attachments.
>
Push
the
child
safety
seat
down
with
your
full
weight
to
get the
safety
belt
really
tight
so
that
the
seat
cannot
move
forward
or
sideways
more
than
one
inch (2.5
cm)
>
page
314.
>
If
the
child
safety
seat
is
equipped
with
a
tether
strap,
attach
it
to
the
tether
anchors
=>
page
319.
>
Secure
unused
safety
belts
on
the
rear
seat
=>
page
309.
A
toddler
or
child
is
usually
too
large
for
an
in-
fant
restraint
if
it
is
more
than
one
year
old
and
weighs
more
than
20
lbs.
(9
kg).
Toddlers
and
children
who
are
older
than
one
year
up
to
about
4
years
old
and
weigh
more
than
20
lbs.
(9
kg)
up
to
40
lbs.
(18
kg)
must
always
be
properly
restrained
in
a
child
safety
seat
certi-
fied
for
their
size
and
weight
>
fig.
245
and
fig.
246.
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.
Itisa
very
dangerous
place
for
an
infant
or
a
larger
child
in
a
rearward-facing
seat.
Z\
WARNING
Not
using
a
child
safety
seat,
using
the
wrong
child
safety
seat
or
improperly
installing
a
child
restraint
increases
the
risk
of
serious
personal
injury
and
death
in
a
collision
or
oth-
er
emergency
situation.
Children
on
the
front seat
of
any
car,
even
with
Advanced
Airbags,
can
be
seriously
in-
jured
or
even
killed
when
an
airbag
inflates.
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
Ad-
vanced
Airbag
System.
The
inflating
airbag
will
hit
the
child
safety
seat
or
infant
carrier
with
great
force
and
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
Audi
dealer.
—The
rear
side
of
the
child
safety
seat
should
be
positioned
as
close
as
possible
to
the
backrest
on
the
vehicle
seat.
Adjust
or
re-
move
the
rear
seat
head
restraint
if
it
is
dif-
ficult
to
install
the
child
seat
with
the
head
restraint
in
place
>
page
56.
Install
the
311

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