Audi TT 1999 Owner`s manual

Dear Audi Driver,
The aim of this quick reference guide is to introduce you to the
main features and controls of your vehicle.
This quick reference guide cannot replace the information contained in the Owner's Manual; it is therefore important that you
also read the notes and warnings in the Owner's Manual.
We wish you safe and enjoyable motoring
with your new Audi.
AUDI AG
Audi TT Coupé
Quick reference guide
Locking and unlocking the vehicle
The central locking system locks
and unlocks the doors. It can be
operated with the remote control or by turning the key in the
lock.
Operating the radioactivated remote control
Press the appropriate button for
about 1 second.
1 Unlocking button
Open one of the doors or
the boot lid within about
60 seconds, otherwise the
vehicle will lock itself again
automatically.
2 Unlocking button for boot lid
Press the button for at least
1 second.
3 Locking button
The turn signals will flash briefly
when the car is locked to confirm that doors and boot lid are
closed properly.
4 Folding out the master key
Press the release button.
Folding away the master key
Press the button and fold the key
away.
Note: Press and hold unlocking
button of remote control (or turn
and hold key in lock) to open all
the windows. Press and hold
locking button of remote control
(or turn and hold key in lock) to
close all the windows.
Warning: The doors and windows cannot be opened from
inside the vehicle if it has been
locked from the outside.
Anti-theft alarm
The alarm system is automatically set when the car is locked.
The alarm system is switched off
automatically when you unlock
the vehicle with the remote
control.
Note: If you unlock the vehicle
by inserting the key in the
driver’s door, the ignition
must be switched on within
15 seconds, otherwise the alarm
will be triggered.
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Adjusting front seats
1 Adjusting head restraints
Move the head restraint up or
down.
2 Tipping backrest forwards
Lift the handle and tip the
backrest forwards.
3 Adjusting angle of backrest
Lean forwards and turn adjuster
wheel.
4 Adjusting seat height
Pull the lever up to raise the
seat; press it down to lower the
seat.
5 Moving seat backwards or
forwards
Lift the handle and move the
seat.
Rear seat
The backrest of the rear seat is
split into two sections which can
be folded down individually.
Folding backrest down
Pull handle in direction indicated
and tip backrest forwards.
Returning backrest to upright
position
Push backrest up until it
engages securely.
Safety
Instruments and warning/indicator lamps
Seat belts must be worn on every
journey, even on short trips in
urban traffic. The rear seat must
not be used by passengers over
1.50 metres tall. To ensure that
the seat belts, belt tensioners and
airbags are fully effective, note
the following points:
Adjust seat and sit in
correct position
The front seats should not be
positioned too close to the
steering wheel or dashboard.
Maintain a distance of at least
25 cm from the steering wheel.
It is important to sit in a normal,
upright position and set the
backrest so it is fully against
your back. The top of the head
restraint should be at eye level
(or higher). Put your feet in a
comfortable position in the
footwell.
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Wear the seat belt
correctly
Make sure that the shoulder
section of the belt is positioned
over the centre of the shoulder,
and move the lap section as far
down over the hips as possible.
The belts should always be worn
so that they fit tightly (see
illustration).
Safety of children in the vehicle
Category 0
Category 1
Children under 12 years of age
should travel on the rear seat.
They must be protected by a
child restraint system which
complies with European standard ECE R 44, and which is the
correct size for the child's weight
and height. The safest place for
the child restraint system is
behind the front passenger's
seat. The retractor mechanism of
the seat belts can be locked to
secure a child safety seat.
Please observe the notes in the
Audi Owner's Manual and refer
to the manufacturer's instructions for the child seat.
On-board computer
Instantaneous fuel
consumption
km Fuel range
h Driving time
ø L
100 km average fuel consumption
økm/h average speed
• Outside temperature
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Selector lever position
(on vehicles with automatic
gearbox)
• Radio/telephone information
• Navigation information
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Service indicator
Shortly before a service is due,
the display will briefly show the
word Service, together with the
number of miles/km until the
service is due.
9 Adjuster button for:
• To set the time/date
Keep pulling the button briefly
until the desired display
appears. Turn the button to
alter the time/date.
l/100 km
Category 2
Category 0 oder 0+: For babies
up to about 9 months/10 kg
and infants up to about
18 months/13 kg.
Category 1: For small children
up to about 4 years of age/18 kg.
Category 2: For children up to
about 7 years/25 kg.
Category 3: Children who are
over 7 years of age and between
1.30 m and 1.50 m tall should
travel on the rear seat, which has
been approved as a Category 3
child seat. The child should wear
a seat belt and sit directly on the
seat - do not use booster
cushions.
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Rev counter
Warning and indicator
lamps
Engine management1)
Side lights/headlights
Electronic stabilisation
programme (ESP)
Electronic immobilizer
Main beam headlights
Turn signals, hazard warning
lights
Fault in engine management
system1)
Airbag system1)
Anti-lock brake system
(ABS)1)
P Handbrake engaged
Alternator1)
Seat belt warning
3 Coolant temperature
gauge
4 Fuel gauge
5 Speedometer
6 Mileage recorder
Top display/bottom display:
trip recorder/total mileage
7 Reset button for trip
recorder
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Display:
Warning symbols and
auto-check control
OK No faults
Fault in brake system
Coolant temperature too
high/coolant level too low
Engine oil pressure too low
If one of the red symbols lights
up while you are driving, stop
the car, switch off the engine
and refer to the Owner’s Manual.
BREMSBrake light faulty1)
LICHT /
Bulb failure1)
Brake pads worn1)
Washer fluid level low
Fuel level low
Battery voltage too high or
too low1)
Check engine oil level
Engine oil sensor faulty1)
Speed warning 1 or 2
(km/h or mph)
!
Dynamic headlight range
control faulty1)
Door/boot lid not shut
Releasing the tank flap
Press the switch (with the filler
pump symbol) in the centre
console to open the tank flap.
Then unscrew the tank cap and
hook it onto the flap (see
illustration).
Stickers for:
1 Fuel grade
2 Tyre pressures
SENSOR
Should one of these warning symbols light up while driving,
please contact a specialist workshop as soon as possible.
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specifications. No legal commitment can be implied by the information, illustrations or
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To check distance to next
service
Press the button briefly with the
ignition on and the vehicle
stationary.
• To call up auto-check control
displays (in turn)
Press the button twice with the
ignition on.
• To call up driver information
Press the button when one of
the red symbols flashes.
• To activate mileage recorder
display and digital clock
Press the button when the
ignition is off.
• To set speed warning 1
Press the button briefly when
the desired speed is indicated
on the speedometer. To clear
the speed limit, press the button
for at least 1 second while the
vehicle is moving.
10 Digital clock/
date display
Filling the tank
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Electric adjuster for
exterior mirrors
Turn the knob:
Left exterior mirror
I Off
Right exterior mirror
Press the knob in the appropriate direction to move the
mirror surface. The mirrors are
heated when the ignition is on.
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Electric windows
Press the switch briefly to move
the window all the way down.
Lift the switch briefly to move
the window all the way up. The
window can be stopped in any
position by briefly pressing the
switch again.
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Door handle
Light switch
Lights off
Side lights
Dipped or main beam
headlights
Turn switch to dipped beam
position. Then pull out to
1st stop:
Front fog lights
2nd stop:
Front fog lights
and
Rear fog light
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Light switch;
turn signal and
headlight dip lever
1 Right turn signals
(With ignition off:
right parking light on)
2 Left turn signals
(With ignition off:
left parking light on)
3 Main beam headlights
4 Headlight flasher
Cruise control system
To activate the system:
slide control A to ON/EIN
position. Press button B to store
the current speed and maintain
this speed constantly.
To switch off cruise control temporarily:
press either the brake pedal or
clutch pedal, or slide control A
to OFF/AUS. To resume the
programmed cruising speed,
slide switch A to RES/AUFN.
To switch off cruise control
completely:
slide control A all the way over
to OFF/AUS until the click stop
engages.
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Thumbwheel for
instrument lighting
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Thumbwheel for
headlight range control
Press the knob lightly and turn
to the required setting:
0 Front seats occupied
I
All seats occupied
II All seats occupied, luggage
compartment loaded
III Driver only, luggage
compartment loaded
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Air outlets
Horn
Tiptronic controls
on steering wheel
for manual gear
selection
When the selector lever is in
position D or S, or in the manual
shift programme, you can shift
up or down to the next gear by
briefly pressing the upper or
lower part of either of the
switches.
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Instruments and
warning/indicator
lamps
See also overleaf.
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Seat heating
(front left seat)
Press the knob to switch on.
Turn the knob to adjust the
temperature.
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Rear window
heating
Hazard warning
lights
Switch for ESP
(electronic stabilisation
programme)
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Seat heating
(front right seat)
Press the knob to switch on.
Turn the knob to adjust the
temperature.
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Radio cover panel
To open: lightly press lower
edge.
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Lockable glove box
Air conditioner
controls
On/off control,
temperature setting
Press control to switch on;
pull control to switch off.
Defrost windows
AUTO
Automatic mode
Blower speed
Standard setting for all seasons:
Select a temperature of 22 °C
and switch on automatic mode.
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Ashtray with
cigarette lighter/
electrical socket
Lever for adjustable
steering column
Gear lever/selector
lever
Selector lever positions on
vehicles with automatic gearbox
P - Parking lock
R - Reverse gear
N - Neutral
D - Drive
S - Sport
To move the selector lever out of
position P or N, or into position
P or R, press the interlock button
on the selector lever handle and
the brake pedal simultaneously.
Note: Use the foot brake to hold
the vehicle when stationary with
the engine running (in all selector lever positions other than P).
Warning: Do not move the selector lever to positions P or R
when the vehicle is moving.
Manual gear selection (Tiptronic)
The Tiptronic program enables
you to change gear manually.
To do this, move the selector
lever out of position D into the
Tiptronic gate on the right. Press
the selector lever forwards
briefly to shift up a gear, or push
the lever back to shift down a
gear.
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Switch compartment
Slide open lid for access to
switches:
Release switch for tank
flap
Release switch for tailgate
Deactivator switch for
interior monitor of alarm
system
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Windscreen wiper
and washer lever
Pull lever down and adjust the
position of the steering column
as required. Then push it back
up as far as it will go.
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Compartment for
Owner’s Manual and
Service Wallet
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1 Brief wipe
2 Intermittent wipe
Move control A to alter the wiper
intervals.
3 Slow wiper speed
4 Fast wiper speed
5 Automatic wash and wipe
Pull lever towards you and hold.
Function selector switch
for on-board computer
Press the top or bottom of rocker
switch B repeatedly to call up
the various displays. Press and
hold button C to reset display to
zero.
Function selector for
display modes
Press button C repeatedly to
select the following displays:
on-board computer and navigation system, or to switch the
display off.
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Ignition lock
AIRBAG OFF
indicator lamp
The indicator lamp lights
up constantly if the front
passenger’s airbag has been
switched off by turning the key
in the switch located in the
glove box.
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Handbrake
Central locking
switch
Press the appropriate symbol
to lock or unlock the vehicle
centrally from the inside:
lock
unlock
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Controls for
navigation system
Please refer to operating
instructions.
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Bonnet release lever
Please refer to Owner's Manual.