Audi A5 Quick Reference Guide

Dear Audi Driver,
This quick reference guide gives you a brief introduction
to the main features and controls of your vehicle.
Locking
sensor
However, it cannot replace the Owner’s Manual and the
other manuals supplied with the vehicle; these contain
important information and safety warnings.
We wish you safe and enjoyable motoring
with your Audi.
AUDI AG
Locking and unlocking the vehicle
Press the required button.
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Quick reference guide
Unlocking button
Open one of the doors within about 60 seconds, otherwise the vehicle will lock itself again automatically.
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Unlocking button for boot lid
Press the button for at least 1 second.
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Locking button
The turn signals flash once to confirm that the doors
and boot lid are properly closed and locked.
Opening boot lid
If you
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p or pull the
button on the remote control key,
button on the driver’s door,
p or press the catch on the boot lid, the boot lid will
be unlocked and opened.
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Securing the boot lid in the open position
Press up the open boot lid slightly.
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Opening/closing the tilting panorama roof
Press/pull the switch in the direction indicated by the
arrows. Press/pull the switch again when the panorama
roof is in the desired position.
Convenience feature
Press and hold button
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key to open or close all the windows and the tilting
panorama roof automatically.
WARNING!
The doors and windows cannot be opened from
inside the vehicle if it has been locked from the
outside.
Anti-theft alarm system
The alarm system is automatically set when you lock the car, and switched off when you unlock the car with the
remote control. 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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1 Locking and unlocking the vehicle
Audi A5/S5
Starting/stopping the engine
% advanced key
The advanced key allows you to lock and unlock the vehicle
Starting the engine
and start the engine without handling the key itself. You only
p Insert the key in the ignition lock.
need to have the remote control key on your person.
p Manual gearbox: Press the clutch pedal and select neutral
Unlocking the vehicle
gear.
Take hold of a door handle. The vehicle will be unlocked automatically.
p Automatic gearbox: Press the brake pedal and move the
selector lever to P or N.
p Press the key in briefly.
Locking the vehicle
Briefly touch the locking sensor on one of the door handles.
On vehicles with diesel
The selector lever must be in position P on vehicles with
engine, keep your foot
automatic gearbox.
on the clutch (manual
Note: If you keep hold of the sensor, this will also close the
gearbox) or brake
windows and the tilting panorama roof.
(automatic gearbox)
until the engine starts.
Switching off the engine when the vehicle is stationary
p Vehicles with automatic gearbox: Move the selector lever to
Adjusting front seats
P or N.
p Press the key in briefly.
Manual seat adjustment
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Switching the ignition on/off
Adjusting head restraint
p Press in the key without pressing the clutch
To raise head restraint: Take hold of the sides of the head
(manual gearbox) or brake pedal (automatic gearbox).
restraint with both hands and move it up as required
To lower head restraint: Press the button on the side and
Electrical seat adjustment
move the head restraint down.
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backrest down to the front.
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Press the switch in the direction
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the seat reaches the desired height.
To raise/lower the seat
at the front
Adjusting lumbar support
the switch.
Adjusting angle of seat cushion
To raise/lower the seat at
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the rear
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Lift or press the lever repeatedly until
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To move the seat forwards/
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Moving seat backwards or forwards
Adjusting backrest/head restraint
Press the switch in the direction indicated
Lift the lever and move the seat into the desired position.
by the arrows:
Then release the lever and move the seat further until the catch engages.
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To raise/lower the seat
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backwards
the seat reaches the desired height.
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or forwards
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indicated by the arrows:
Lift or press the lever repeatedly until
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Adjusting seat height
Press the appropriate part of
Adjusting seat height and
moving seat backwards
and turn the knob.
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the switch.
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Adjusting backrest
Take your weight off the backrest
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Adjusting lumbar support
Press the appropriate part of
Slide the lever upwards and fold the
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Easy entry function
Backrest further upright/further
reclined
Adjusting seat cushion
Lift the button and move the seat cushion.
Head restraint up/down
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1 Starting/stopping the engine · Adjusting front seats
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Instruments
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Coolant temperature gauge
Rev counter
p Digital speedometer, radio, CD and telephone
Warning and indicator lamps
Speedometer
Fuel gauge
p Selector lever position, gear-change indicator
p Navigation system, outside temperature
(recommends when to change gear)
p On-board computer (with two memories)
p Service interval display
Reset button for trip recorder
Display for:
button for:
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p Activating digital clock and mileage recorder displays
p Driver messages
temporarily
p Date, time and mileage recorder displays
p Starting auto-check control manually
p Warning symbols and auto-check control
p Calling up driver messages again
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Safety
Seat belts must be worn on every journey, even on short trips in town.
This applies to the front and rear passengers.
To ensure that the seat belts, belt tensioners and airbags are fully
Safety of children in the vehicle
effective, please note the following points:
Children under 12 should travel on the rear seat. They must be
protected by a child restraint system which complies with the
Adjust seat and sit in correct position
European standard ECE-R 44 and is suitable for the child’s height and
The front seats should not be posi-
weight. The safest place for the child restraint system is behind the
wheel or dashboard. Maintain a
25 cm
distance of at least 25 cm and sit in
a normal upright position. The top
of the head restraint should be at
eye level or higher. Always keep your
front passenger’s seat.
WARNING!
Please follow the instructions in the Owner’s
Manual. Please also read the instructions for your
child seat.
feet in the footwell.
Wear the seat belt correctly
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Make sure that the shoulder section of the belt is positioned over the
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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).
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1 Instruments · Safety
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Warning and indicator lamps
Dynamic steering
Instruments and controls
Emission control system1)
Engine management 1) or
lane assist (active)
Glow plug system
lane assist (inactive)
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Electronic stabilisation
program (ESP)
Main beam headlights
Airbag system 1)
Cruise control system
Tyre pressure monitor
Anti-lock brake system1)
Turn signals,
hazard warning lights
Parking brake/
Audi hold assist
Trailer turn signals
Fault in brake system
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Should one of these warning lamps light up when driving, please contact a qualified
workshop without delay.
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Warning symbols
If one of the red symbols lights up while you are driving, stop the car
1 .....Electric windows
immediately, switch off the engine and refer to the Owner’s Manual.
Fault in the brake system
Steering defective
Fault in the cooling system
Ignition lock defective
Engine oil pressure
too low
Tyre pressure monitor
Press the
SET
button to display the messages for the red and yellow
symbols again for about 5 seconds.
Filling the tank
The tank flap is locked and
unlocked automatically via the
central locking system.
Opening the tank flap
Press the left side of the flap. Unscrew the tank cap anti-clockwise
and hook it onto the flap.
The correct fuel grade for your vehicle is shown on the inside of the
tank flap.
The sticker listing the tyre pressures is located on the inside face of
Press/pull to the first stop and hold.
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”One-touch” function:
Press/pull briefly to the second stop.
2 .....Adjuster for exterior mirrors ,
3 .....Door handle and central locking switches
Unlock
14 ...Switch for hazard warning lights
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15 ...Sound system or CD changer
The
CAR
button on the sound
system can be used to select various
Lock
vehicle settings.
4 .....Recall buttons for seat memory
5 .....Light switch ,
6 .....Button for side assist
16…Controls for:
Audi drive select
The following drive modes are available:
To activate/deactivate the monitoring
Comfort: for relaxed driving and a
function for the “blind spot”.
7 .....side assist warning lamp
8 .....Turn signal and main beam lever with
button for lane assist ,
9 .....Controls for audio, telephone and speech
dialogue system
10 ...Instruments and warning/indicator
lamps
11 ...Control lever for windscreen wipers/
washer and on-board computer ,
12 ...Ignition lock
13 ...Display for sound system/MMI
Auto:
Automatic mode: Set the desired temperature separately for driver and passenger (e.g. +20 °C/+22 °C) and press
the
AUTO
button.
18 ...Gear lever (selector lever on
(e.g. on motorways)
vehicles with automatic gearbox)
19 ...MMI control console
20 ...ENGINE START/STOP button ,
21 ...Audi hold assist and electromechanical parking brake ,
22 ...Lever for steering column
adjustment ,
23 ...Control lever for cruise control
system
24 ...Bonnet release lever
25 ...Switch for releasing the boot lid
standard setting
Dynamic: for performance-oriented
driving
Sun blind
ESP OFF (deactivates and
activates the Electronic
Stabilisation Programme)
parking system plus
Press this switch to activate the
system when moving forwards.
, Further information for these items is given on the following pages.
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comfortable ride
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the driver’s door (only visible when door is open).
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To set the desired position:
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Add engine oil
immediately
Warning and indicator lamps · Filling the tank
Alternator
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Seat belt warning lamp
1)
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[8] Turn signal and main beam lever with button
for lane assist
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[11] Control lever for windscreen wipers/washer and
on-board computer
Button for lane assist
Wipers off
Right turn signals (with ignition off: right parking light on)
Left turn signals (with ignition off: left parking light on)
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Brief wipe
Activating intermittent wipe/rain sensor
Main beam
Move control
headlights
(wiper delay intervals).
to set sensitivity level of rain sensor
Headlight flasher
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[2] Adjuster for exterior mirrors
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Slow wiper speed
Fast wiper speed
Automatic wash and wipe
Pull lever towards you and hold.
Turn the adjuster to select:
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Controls for on-board computer
Left exterior mirror
Press the top or bottom of rocker switch
Off
show the various computer displays in turn. Press and hold
repeatedly to
Right exterior mirror
RESET button
Retract both exterior mirrors
Function selector for display modes
to return the current display to zero.
Press the adjuster to move the mirror glass
Press RESET button
in the desired direction.
computer, digital speedometer and navigation system displays
Note: When adjuster knob is in position r the mirrors are
in turn.
heated automatically at low outside temperatures
(while ignition is switched on).
[5] Light switch
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Off
AUTO
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Sensor-controlled activation/deactivation
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Side lights
Dipped beam/
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main beam headlights
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Instrument lighting
Rear fog light
Front fog lights
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repeatedly to select the on-board
[21] Electromechanical parking brake
[18] Selector lever for automatic gearbox
The parking brake replaces the conventional
P Parking lock
handbrake.
R Reverse gear
N Neutral
Applying the parking brake when stopping:
Pull button
D Drive
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To move the selector lever out of position
Releasing the parking brake: Press brake
pedal and press button
P or N, or into position P or R, press the inter-
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lock button on the selector lever handle and the
Releasing automatically: Drive off as normal.
brake pedal simultaneously.
The parking brake will be
released automatically
Note: If the Audi hold
when you drive off.
assist function is
switched off, use the
[21] Audi hold assist
The Audi hold assist function automatically detects
when the vehicle is stationary and prevents it from
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foot brake to hold the
vehicle when stationary
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with the engine running
(in all selector lever
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positions other than P).
rolling away. You do not
have to keep your foot on
Manual gear selection
the brake pedal.
(tiptronic)
The tiptronic program
Switching on/off: Press button
r. The diode in the button
enables you to change gear
will light up when the Audi hold
manually. From position D,
assist function is activated.
push the selector lever to the right
as far as the stop. The currently selected gear is shown
[20] ENGINE START/STOP button
in the instrument cluster display (bottom left). Push the
With the Audi advanced key you can start the engine
selector lever forwards briefly to shift up a gear, or pull
without having to insert the key into the ignition lock.
the lever back to shift down a gear.
You only need to have the remote control key on your
person.
Starting the engine: Press the clutch pedal, select
neutral gear and press the START/STOP button
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WARNING!
Do not move the selector lever to positions P or R
when the vehicle is moving.
On vehicles with automatic gearbox, move the selector
lever to position P or N, put your foot on the brake
pedal and press the START/STOP button.
Switching off the engine: Stop the vehicle, move the
selector lever to position P or N and press the START/
STOP button
[22] Lever for
steering column
adjustment
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Switching the ignition on/off: Press the START/STOP
button without pressing the clutch (manual gearbox)
Pull the lever and adjust
or brake pedal (automatic gearbox).
the position of the steering
column as required. Then push
the lever towards the steering column until the
catch engages.
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