2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #376

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Emergency
assistance
The
drained
vehicle
battery
must
be
con-
nected
correctly
to
the
electrical
system.
Switch
off
electrical
equipment
that
is
not
needed.
Both
jump
start
cables
must
be
connected
in
the
correct
order.
a
8
Ss
=
=
a
a
Fig.
284
Engine
compartment:
connectors
for
jump
start
cables
or
a
charger
Fig.
285
Connecting
the
jump
start
cables
The
jump
start
cable
connections
are
located
in
the
engine
compartment.
Follow
the
information
about
the
vehicle
battery
=>
page
336.
Connecting
the
positive
cable
(red)
to
the
positive
terminal
>
Open
the
red
cover
on
the
positive
terminal
fig.
284.
1.
Attach
one
end
of
the
positive
cable
(red)
to
the
jump-start
pin
@
fig.
285
on
your
vehi-
cle.
2.
Attach
the
other
end
of
the
positive
cable
(red)
to
the
positive
terminal
@
on
the
pow-
er
source.
374
Connecting
the
negative
cable
(black)
to
the
negative
terminal
3.
Attach
one end
of
the
negative
cable
(black)
to
the
negative
terminal
@)
on
the
power
source.
4.
Attach
the
other
end
of
the
negative
cable
(black)
to
the
jump-start
pin
@
on
the vehi-
cle.
Starting
the
engine
>
Start
the
engine
in
the
vehicle
giving
the
charge
and
let
it
run
at
idle.
>
Now
start
the
engine
in
your
vehicle,
which
has
the
drained
battery.
>
If
the
engine
does
not
start,
stop
the
starting
procedure
after 10
seconds
and
then
repeat
it
after
approximately
30
seconds.
>
Turn
on
the
rear
window
defogger
in
your
vehi-
cle
in
order
to
reduce
any
voltage
peaks
that
may
occur
when
disconnecting
the
jump
start
cables.
The
headlights
must
be
switched
off.
>
With
the
engines
running,
remove
the
cables
in
reverse order
of
the
way
they
were
installed.
>
Close
the
red
cover
on
the
positive
terminal.
ZA\
WARNING
Never
connect
the
jump
start
cable
directly
to
your
vehicle
battery.
Only
use the
connec-
tions
in
the
engine
compartment.
Do
not
touch
the
non-insulated
parts
of
the
terminal
clamps.
The
cable
must
also
not
come
into
contact
with
vehicle
components
that
conduct
electricity
when
it
is
connected
to
the
positive
vehicle
battery
terminal.
This
can
cause
a
short
circuit.
The
plugs
on
the
battery
cells
must
not
be
opened.
Keep
ignition
sources
(such
as
open
flames,
burning
cigarettes,
etc.)
away
from
the vehi-
cle
batteries
to
reduce
the
risk
of
an
explo-
sion.
Route
the
jump
start
cables
so
they
cannot
get
caught
in
the
moving
parts
in
the
other
vehicle's
engine
compartment.

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