2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #96

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High-voltage
system
High-voltage
system
General
information
Introduction
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
plug-in
hybrid
drive
All
work
done
on
the
high-voltage
system
must
only
be
performed
by
certified
high-voltage
tech-
nicians
at
authorized
Audi
dealers
or
authorized
Audi
Service
Facilities
in
accordance
with
Audi
guidelines.
The
high-voltage
system
is
composed
of
the
fol-
lowing
high-voltage
components,
among
other
things:
the
high-voltage
battery,
the
power
elec-
tronics,
the
electric
motor,
the
high-voltage
A/C
compressor,
the
high-voltage
heater,
the
charg-
ing
system
and
charging
port,
and
the
orange
high-voltage
wiring.
The
high-voltage
battery
is
located
in
the
lug-
gage
compartment
under
the
cargo
floor
and
does
not
require any
maintenance
from
the
driv-
Cr.
ZX
WARNING
The
voltage
in
the
high-voltage
system
is
high
enough
to
cause
fatal
injuries.
Touching
a
damaged
high-voltage
component
can
result
in
a
fatal
electric
shock.
The
components
in
the
high-voltage
system
are
marked
with
a
warning
label
which
warns
against
the
high-
voltage.
The
voltage
level
in
the
high-voltage
system
is
still
dangerous
and
potentially
life-threat-
ening
when
the
ignition
is
switched
off.
Never
perform
work
on
the
orange
high-
voltage
cables
or
on
other
high-voltage
components.
Only
authorized
repair
facili-
ties
that
are
certified
may perform
work
on
the
high-voltage
system.
Never
damage,
alter
or
remove
the
orange
high-voltage
cable
or
disconnect
it
from
the
high-voltage
system.
Never
perform
any
work
using
cutting,
shap-
ing
or
sharp-edged
tools
or
heat
sources
94
near
the
high-voltage
system
and
high-volt-
age
cables.
Gases
that
escape
from
the
high-voltage
battery
can
be
poisonous
or
flammable.
Damage
to
the
high-voltage
battery
could
cause
the
high-voltage
battery
to
leak
im-
mediately
or
in
the
future,
and
poisonous
or
flammable
gases
could
escape.
Do
not
in-
hale
the
gases!
Do
not
expose
yourself
to
any
leaking
fluids
and
do
not
come
into
contact
with
them.
The
high-voltage
battery
electrolyte
fluid
is
caustic.
If
electrolyte
fluid
comes
into
con-
tact
with
the
skin,
flush
the
affected
area
for
at
least
15
minutes
with
clean
water.
Then
wash
the
affected
area
with
soap.
Have
the
affected
area
examined
by
a
medical
profes-
sional.
In
the
event
of
a
technical
emergency,
in-
form
the
responders
that
the
vehicle
is
equipped
with
a
high-voltage
battery.
()
Note
The
high-voltage
system
can
be
damaged
if
the
vehicle
underbody
comes
into
contact
with
the
ground.
Immediately
drive
your
vehi-
cle to
an
authorized
repair
facility
and
have
it
inspected.
Wire
i
ela
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
plug-in
hybrid
drive
This
section
contains
information
you
should
know
about
transporting
your
vehicle.
A
lithium-ion
high-voltage
battery
system
equip-
ped
in
your
vehicle
has
passed
test
38.3
in
ac-
cordance
with
the
UN
Tests
and
Criteria
hand-
book
and
is
manufactured
in
accordance
with
a
quality
management
program.
The
vehicle
may
be
transported
with
the
high-voltage
battery
in-
stalled
as
conventional
class
9
hazardous
materi-
als
without
additional
official
authorization
for
air
and
sea
shipment
(current
law
IATA-DGR
and
IMDG
code
01.01.2019).

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