2020 Audi Q7 — Owner's Manual – Page #267

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Model: 2020 Audi Q7
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4M1012721BA
Wheels
minute
and
then
stays
on,
there
is
system
mal-
function.
Try
to
store
the
correct
tire
pressures
=
page
265.
Insome
cases,
you
must
drive
for
several
minutes
after
storing
the
pressures
until
the
indicator
light
turns
off.
If
the
indicator
light
does
turn
off
or
turns
on
again
after
a
short
peri-
od
of
time,
drive
to
an
authorized
Audi
dealer
or
authorized
Audi
Service
Facility
immediately
to
have
the
malfunction
corrected.
ZA
WARNING
If
the
tire
pressure
indicator
appears
in
the
display,
reduce
your
speed
immediately
and
avoid
any
hard
steering
or
braking
maneu-
vers.
Stop
as
soon
as
possible
and
check
the
tires
and
their
pressure.
The
driver
is
responsible
for
maintaining
the
correct
tire
pressure.
You
must
check
the
tire
pressure
regularly.
Under
certain
conditions
(such
as
a
sporty
driving
style,
winter
conditions,
or
unpaved
roads),
the
tire
pressure
monitoring system
indicator
may
be
delayed.
G)
Tips
The
tire
pressure
monitoring system
can
al-
so
stop
working
when
there
is
an
ESC
mal-
function.
Using
snow
chains
may
result
in
a
system
malfunction.
—The
tire
pressure
monitoring system
in
your
Audi
was
calibrated
with
“Audi
Original
Tires”
>
page
253.
Using
these
tires
is
rec-
ommended.
Storing
tire
pressures
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
Tire
Pressure
Monitoring
System
in-
dicator
If
the
tire
pressure
changes
or
a
tire
is
replaced,
it
must
be
confirmed
in
the
MMI.
>
Before
storing
the
tire
pressures,
make
sure
the
tire
pressures
in
all
four
tires
meet
the
speci-
fied
values
and
are
adapted
to
the
load
=>
page
256.
>
Switch
the
ignition
on.
>
Applies
to
MMI:
Select
on
the
home
screen:
VE-
HICLE
>
Settings
&
Service
>
Tire
pressure
monitoring
>
Store
tire
pressure
>
Yes,
store
now.
@)
Tips
Do
not
store
the
tire
pressures
if
snow
chains
are
installed.
Run-flat
tires
Applies
to:
vehicles
with run-flat
tires
Run-flat
tires
can
allow
you
to
remain
driving
when
there
is
a
loss
of
pressure.
Run-flat
tires
have
reinforced
sidewalls
that
pro-
tect
the
tire
if
there
is
a
loss
of
pressure.
If
the
tire
pressure
monitoring
system
indicates
a
loss
of
pressure
in
one
or
several
tires,
you
can
continue
driving
on
run-flat
tires
for
at
least
20
miles
(30
km).
Drive
to
an
authorized
Audi
dealer
or
authorized
Audi
Service
Facility
immediately
to
have
the
problem
corrected.
Continuing
to
drive
on
run-flat
tires
is
no
longer
possible
if:
There
is
visible
damage
to
the
tires,
such
as
cracks
in
the
sidewalls
Strong
vibrations
are
felt
while
driving,
or
the
tire
begins
to
smoke
due
to
a
strong
build-up
of
heat
The
tire
has
been
heavily
damaged,
for
example
in
an
accident.
There
is
a
risk
that parts
of
the
tire
tread
will
detach
and
damage
important
vehicle
components.
The
Electronic
Stabilization
Control
(ESC)
is
not
working
or
is
continuously
running
The
tire
pressure
monitoring
system
is
not
working
If
it
is
no
longer
possible
to
continue
driving
de-
spite
having
run-flat
tires,
see
an
authorized
Audi
dealer
or
authorized
Audi
Service
Facility
for
as-
sistance.
ZA
WARNING
Run-flat
tires
may
only
be
used
on
vehicles
that
were
equipped
with
them
at
the
factory.
The
vehicle
must
have
suspension
designed
for
run-flat
tires
and
a
factory-installed
tire
pressure
monitoring
system.
>
265

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