2020 Audi Q7 — Owner's Manual – Page #234

Posted on 16 Feb, 2020
Model: 2020 Audi Q7
Pages: 316


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Checking
and
Filling
Do
not
overfill
the
fuel
tank,
or
fuel
could
leak
out
when
the
vehicle
is
warming
up.
Fuel
should
never enter
the
sewer
system
or
come
into
contact
with
the
ground.
The
fuel
filler
door
on
your
vehicle
does
not
lock
if
you
lock
the
vehicle
from
the
inside
us-
ing
the
central locking switch.
Fuel
filler
door
emergency
release
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
manual
fuel
filler
door
release
If
the
central
locking
system
malfunctions,
the
fuel
filler
door
can
be
unlocked
manually.
release
The
emergency
release
mechanism
is
located
be-
hind
the
right
light
cover
in
the
luggage
compart-
ment.
>
Remove
the
screwdriver
from
the
vehicle
tool
kit
>
page
273.
>
Use
the
screwdriver
to
remove
the
light
cover
>
fig.
162.
232
>
To
unlock
the
fuel
filler
door,
loosen
the
red
loop
from
the
retainer
and
then
pull on
the
loop
carefully
>
fig.
163
>@.
>
Press
on
the
left
side
of
the
fuel
filler
door
to
open
it
>
page
230,
fig.
160.
Only
pull on
the
loop
until
you
feel
resistance.
You
will
not
hear
it
release.
If
you
continue
to
pull,
you
could
damage
the
emergency
re-
lease
mechanism.
Emissions
control
system
General
information
The
temperature
of
the
exhaust
system
is
high,
both
when
driving
and
after
stopping
the
engine.
Never
touch
the
exhaust
tail
pipes
once
they
have
become
hot.
This
could
result
in
burns.
Do
not
park
your
vehicle
over
flammable
materials
such
as
grass
or
leaves
because
the
high
temperature
of
the
emissions
sys-
tem
could
start
a
fire.
Do
not
apply
underbody
protectant
in
the
exhaust
system
area,
because
this
increases
the
risk
of
fire.
Catalytic
converter
Follow
the
safety
precautions
>
page
232,
Gener-
al
information.
The
vehicle
may
only
be
driven
with
unleaded
gasoline,
or
the
catalytic
converter
will
be
de-
stroyed.
Never
drive
until
the
tank
is
completely
empty.
The
irregular
supply
of
fuel
that
results
from
that
can
cause
engine
misfires.
Uncombusted
fuel
could
enter
the
exhaust
system,
which
could
cause
overheating
and
damage
to
the
catalytic
converter.

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