2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #57

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Seats
Adjusting
the
seat
position
>
To
adjust
the
seat
forward
or
back,
pull
the
handle
©
fig.
58
and
slide
the
seat.
>
Release
the
handle
and
continue
sliding
the
seat
until
it
locks
into
place.
Adjusting
the
backrests
Secure
the
backrest
with
one
hand
and
pull
the
lever
upward
>
fig.
59.
>
Move
the
backrest
forward
or
back
to
the
de-
sired
position.
>
Release
the lever
and
continue
moving
the
backrest
until
it
locks
into
place.
ZA
WARNING
To
reduce
the
risk
of
an
accident,
the
seat
can
only
be
adjusted
when
the
vehicle
is
sta-
tionary.
Adjusting
the
seat
without
paying
attention
can
pinch
fingers
or
limbs,
which
increases
the
risk
of
injury.
Always
pull
forward
on
the
backrest
to
make
sure
it
is
check
if
it
is
correctly
locked
in
place.
Head
restraints
Proper
adjustment
of
head
restraints
Correctly
adjusted
head
restraints
are
an
impor-
tant
part
of
your
vehicle's
occupant
restraint
sys-
tem and
can
help
to
reduce
the
risk
of
injuries
in
accident
situations.
B4G-0454
Fig.
60
Head
restraint:
viewed
from
the
front
The
head
restraints
must
be
correctly
adjusted
to
achieve
the
best
protection.
>
Adjust
the
head
restraints
so
the
upper
edge
is
as
even
as
possible
with
the
top
of
your
head.
If
that
is
not
possible,
try
to
adjust
the
head
re-
straint
so
that
it
is
as
close
to
this
position
as
possible.
Position*
the
head
restraint
as
close
as
possible
to
the
back
of
your
head.
»
If
there
is
a
passenger
in
the
center
rear
seat,
slide
the
head
restraint
upward.
Z\
WARNING
All
seats
are
equipped
with
head
restraints.
Driving
without
head
restraints
or
with
head
restraints
that
are
not
properly
adjusted
in-
creases
the
risk of
serious
or
fatal
neck
injury
dramatically.
To
help
reduce
the
risk
of
injury:
Always
drive
with
the
head
restraints
in
place
and
properly
adjusted.
Every
person
in
the
vehicle
must
have
a
properly
adjusted
head
restraint.
Always
make
sure
each
person
in
the
vehicle
properly
adjusts
their
head
restraint.
Adjust
the
head
restraints
so
the
upper
edge
is
as
even
as
possible
with
the top
of
your
head.
If
that
is
not
possible,
try
to
adjust
the
head
restraint
so
that
it
is
as
close
to
this
position
as
possible.
Never
attempt
to
adjust
head
restraint
while
driving.
If
you
have
driven
off
and
must
ad-
just
the
driver
headrest
for
any
reason,
first
stop
the
vehicle
safely
before
attempting
to
adjust
the
head
restraint.
Children
must
always
be
properly
restrained
in
a
child
restraint
that
is
appropriate
for
their
age
and
size
>
page
303.
Front
head
restraints
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
adjustable
head
restraints
RAZ-0683
Fig.
61
Front
seat:
adjusting
the
head
restraint
55

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