2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #58

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Seats
Adjusting
the
head
restraints
>
To
adjust
the
head
restraint
upward
or
forward,
slide
it
until
it
locks
into
place.
>
To
adjust
the
head
restraint
downward
or
back-
ward,
press
the
button
on
the
side
and
slide
the
head
restraint.
Release
the
button
and
slide
the
head
restraint
farther
until
it
locks
into
place.
Tae
Mery
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
adjustable
head
restraints
Fig.
62
Rear
seat:
adjusting
or
removing
the
head
restraint
Adjusting
the
head
restraints
>
To
adjust
the
head
restraint
upward,
slide
it
un-
til
it
locks
into
place.
>
To
adjust
the
head
restraint
downward,
press
the
button
@)
and
slide
the
head
restraint.
Re-
lease
the
button
and
slide
the
head
restraint
farther
until
it
locks
into
place.
Removing
the
headrests
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
removable
head
restraints
>
Fold
the
backrest
forward
slightly
>
page
63.
>
Move
the
head
restraint
upward
all
the
way.
>
Insert
a
suitable
object,
such
as
the
the
extend-
ed
vehicle
key
or
mechanical
key,
into
the
re-
lease
point
@
on
the
inside
or
outside
of
the
base.)
>
Press
the
button
@)
and
pull
the
head
restraint
out
of
the
backrest.
Installing
the
headrests
>
Fold
the
backrest
forward
slightly
>
page
63.
D_
Some
versions
of
the
center
head
restraints
do
not
have
a
release
point
and
can
be
removed
without
a
vehicle
tool
kit.
56
>
Slide the
posts
on
the
head
restraint
down
into
the
guides
until
the
posts
click
into
place.
>
Press
the
button
(2)
and
slide
the
head
restraint
all
the
way
down.
It
should
not
be
possible
to
remove
the
head
restraint
from
the
backrest
without
pressing
the
button.
Z\
WARNING
Only
remove
the
head
restraints
from
the
rear
seats
when
it
is
necessary
for
installing
a
child
safety
seat
>
page
303,
Child
safety.
Install
the
head
restraint
again
immediately
once
the
child
safety
seat
is
removed.
Driving
with
the
head
restraints
removed
or
not
in
the
upright
position
increases
the
risk
of
serious
injury.
Steering
wheel
General
information
Make
sure
that:
The
distance
between
your
upper
body
and
the
steering
wheel
is
at
least
10
in
(25
cm)
Your
arms
are
bent
slightly
at
the
elbows
You
have
a
sufficient
view
of
the
area
around
the
vehicle
and
you
have
a
clear
view
of
the
in-
strument
cluster and
head-up
display”.
You
are
always
holding
the
steering
wheel
with
both
hands
on
the
outer
edge
at
the
sides
(9:00
and
3:00
position)
when
driving
Z\
WARNING
—To
reduce
the
risk
of
an
accident,
make
sure
the
steering
wheel
is
adjusted
correctly
and
cannot
be
moved
out
of
position
before
you
start
to
drive.
If
you
are
too
close
to
the
steering
wheel,
the
driver's
airbag
cannot
provide
optimal
protection,
which
increases
the
risk
of
injury
or
fatality.
Never
hold
the
steering
wheel
in
the
12:00
position
or
in
any
other
way,
such
as
holding
the
center
of
the
steering
wheel.
Otherwise,
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