2020 Audi Q7 — Owner's Manual – Page #75

Posted on 16 Feb, 2020
Model: 2020 Audi Q7
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Sitting
correctly
and
safely
movement
of
passengers
wearing
safety
belts
in
the
direction
of
the
impact
and
thus
help
to
re-
duce
the
risk
of
injury.
They
can
help
to
protect
the
head,
upper
body,
and
lap,
for
example. How-
ever,
there
is
the
possibility
that
airbag
deploy-
ment
can
cause
injuries.
The
airbag
system
only
works
when
the
ignition
is
turned
on.
If
you
or
other
vehicle
passengers
have
physical
limitations
that
prevent
sitting
in
a
correct
posi-
tion,
modifications
to
the
vehicle
may
be
neces-
sary.
For
more
information,
contact
an
author-
ized
Audi
dealer
or
authorized
Audi
Service
Facili-
ty,
or
call
Audi
customer
support
at
1-800-822-2834.
@
Tips
The
side
curtain
airbags
in
your
vehicle
have
ejection
mitigation
functions.
This
reduces
the
risk
of
being
ejected
from
the
vehicle
inte-
rior
during
an
accident,
especially
in
the
event
of
a
vehicle
rollover.
OX
NET
Tete
1)
Fig.
70
Headliner:
indicator
light
to
display
the
status
of
the
front
passenger's
airbag
The
Advanced
Airbag
System
in
your
vehicle
has
been
certified
to
comply
with
the
requirements
of
the
United
States
Federal
Motor
Vehicle
Safety
Standard
(FMVSS)
208,
as
well
as
Canada
Motor
Vehicle
Safety
Standard
(CMVSS)
208
as
applica-
ble
at
the
time
your
vehicle
was
manufactured.
According
to
these
requirements,
the
front Ad-
vanced
Airbag
System
on
the
passenger’s
side
has
been
certified
for
“suppression”
for
infants
approximately
12
months
old
and
younger,
and
for
“low
risk
deployment”
for
children
aged
3
to
6
years
old
(as
defined
in
the
standard).
The
advanced
airbag
system
will
activate
or
deac-
tivate
the
front
passenger's
airbag
based
on
the
occupancy
of
the
seat.
If
a
front
airbag
deploys
during
an
accident,
the
deployment
force
will
adapt
to
the
passenger.
Components
The
advanced
airbag
system
consists
of
the
fol-
lowing
components:
Front
airbags
in
the
steering
wheel
and
in
the
instrument
panel
on
the
front
passenger's
side:
these
can
protect
the
front
passengers
during
an
accident
Passenger
occupant
detection
sensor
in
the
front
passenger's
seat:
this
detects
if
the
front
passenger's
seat
is
occupied
(for
example,
by
a
person
or
a
small
child
in
a
child
safety
seat)
Seat
position
sensors
on
the
front
seats:
these
determine
the
distance
between
the
seat
and
the
steering
wheel
or
instrument
panel
Sensors
in
the
front
seat
belt
latch:
these
de-
tect
if
the
safety
belts
are
fastened
—The
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
#;,
ON
@
indicator
light
in
the
headliner:this
indicates
if
the
front
passenger's
airbag
is
activated
or
de-
activated
-
ka
indicator
light
in
the
instrument
cluster:
this
monitors
the
function
of
the
Advanced
Air-
bag
System
components
to
ensure
they
are
functioning
correctly
How
the
components
function
together
The
passenger
occupant
detection
sensor
in
the
front
passenger's
seat
detects
if
the
front
pas-
senger's
seat
is
occupied.
The
passenger
occu-
pant
detection
sensor
measures
the
electrical
ca-
pacity
on
the
front
passenger’s
seat.
The
pas-
senger's
airbag
is
activated
or
deactivated
de-
pending
on
the
electrical
capacity
that
is
meas-
ured.
The
passenger's
airbag
is
activated
if:
The
electrical
capacity
is
higher
than
the
threshold
stored
in
the
control
module
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