2020 Audi Q7 — Owner's Manual – Page #80

Posted on 16 Feb, 2020
Model: 2020 Audi Q7
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Sitting
correctly
and
safely
locations
each
have
two
lower
LATCH
anchors
that
can
be
used
to
secure
a
LATCH
child
safety
seat.
The
marked
points
with
a
symbol
are
locat-
ed
on
the
cushions
©
fig.
71
or
the
covers
=>
fig.
72
for
the
lower
LATCH
anchors.
You
can
lo-
cate
the
LATCH
anchors
using
the
marking
points.
»
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
a
rear
bench
seat
that
can
be
moved
forward/back:
If
you
are
securing
a
child
safety
seat
in
the
second
row,
move
the
rear
seat
all
the
way
back.
>
Activate
the
child
safety
lock
>
page
40.
>
If
you
are
securing
a
child
safety
seat
in
the
sec-
ond
row,
remove
the
cushion
between
the
seat
surface
and
the
backrest.
>
If
you
are
securing
a
child
safety
seat
in
the
third
row,
remove
the
cover
on
both
LATCH
an-
chors.
>
If
you
secure
a
child
safety
seat
to
the
rear
seat,
secure
any
unused
safety
belts
that
are
within
reach
of
the
child
>
A\
in
Securing
child
safety
seats
with
a
safety
belt
on
page
79.
>
Secure
the
child
safety
seat
according
to
the
child
safety
seat
manufacturer
instructions.
>
Pull
on
the
child
safety
seat
to
check
if
both
sides
are
engaged
correctly
in
the
LATCH
an-
chors.
>
If
possible,
also
secure
the
child
safety
seat
to
the
respective
top
tether
anchor
on
the
seat
=>page
79.
ZA
WARNING
The
LATCH
anchors
in
the
vehicle
are
only
de-
signed
for
child
safety
seats
with
the
LATCH
system.
To
reduce
the
risk
of
serious
or
fatal
injury,
never
secure
other
child
restraint
sys-
tems,
belts,
or
objects
to
the
anchors.
@)
Tips
The
LATCH
anchors
are
designed
for
a
total
weight
(child
and
child
safety
seat
combined)
up
to
65
lbs
(29
kg).
If
the
total
weight
is
greater
than
this,
the
child
safety
seat
must
be
secured
with
the
vehicle
safety
belt.
78
Securing
child
safety
seats
with
a
safety
Pyia
Follow
the
safety
precautions
>
page
75.
The
front
passenger’s
seat
is
a
dangerous
location
for
a
child,
even
with
an
advanced
airbag
system.
If
exceptional
circumstances
require
the
child
safe-
ty
seat
to
be
placed
on
the
front
passenger's
seat,
then
the
front
passenger's
airbag
must
be
deactivated.
Please
note
the
important
informa-
tion
for
this
>
page
76,
Correct
positioning
for
children
and
>
page
73,
Advanced
airbag
sys-
tem.
Securing
child
safety
seats
>
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
a
rear
bench
seat
that
can
be
moved
forward/back:
If
you
are
securing
a
child
safety
seat
in
the
second
row,
move
the
rear
seat
all
the
way
back.
>
Activate
the
child
safety
lock
>
page
40.
>
If
you
secure
a
child
safety
seat
to
the
rear
seat,
secure
any
unused
safety
belts
that
are
within
reach
of
the
child
>
A\,
>
page
80.
>
If
you
secure
a
child
safety
seat
to
the
front
passenger's
seat,
adjust
the
front
passenger's
seat
to
the
highest
position.
»
Secure
the
child
safety
seat
according
to
the
child
safety
seat
manufacturer
instructions.
>
If
necessary,
activate
the
belt
retractor
lock
=>
page
78,
Activating
the
belt
retractor
lock.
>
If
the
child
safety
seat
is
secured
on
the
front
passenger's
seat,
adjust
the
front
passenger's
seat
backrest
until
it
rests
flat
against
the
child
safety
seat.
Also
make
sure
that
the
upper
safe-
ty
belt
fixture
is
behind
the
child
safety
seat.
>
If
you
secure
a
child
safety
seat
on
the
rear
seat,
also
secure
it
to
the
correct
top
tether
an-
chor
if
possible
>
page
79.
Activating
the
belt
retractor
lock
If
you
secure
a
child
safety
seat
using
the
vehicle
safety
belt,
you
must
activate
the
belt
retractor
lock.
Follow
the
child
safety
seat
manufacturer
instructions.
The
belt
retractor
lock
prevents
the
safety
belt
from
becoming
loose
while
driving,
which
could
result
in
the
child
safety
seat
no
longer
being
ad-
equately
secured.

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