Audi | A4 Cabriolet | Owner`s manual | Audi A4 Cabriolet Owner`s manual

Dear Audi Driver,
This quick reference guide gives you a brief introduction
to the main features and controls of your vehicle.
However, it cannot replace the Owner’s Manual which
contains important information and safety warnings.
We wish you safe and enjoyable motoring
with your Audi.
AUDI AG
Locking and unlocking the vehicle
The central locking system locks and unlocks all the
doors, the boot lid and the tank flap. It can be
operated with the remote control or by
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turning the key in the lock.
Opening windows with remote control key: To open
the windows first press button
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key to the right in the driver’s door lock and hold it in
this position (applies to RHD vehicles).
Closing windows with remote control key:
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Quick reference
guide
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Turn the key to the left in the driver’s door lock and
hold it in this position (applies to RHD vehicles).
Opening/closing soft top with remote control key:
To open, press button
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the right in the driver’s door lock. Then, within 2
seconds, turn the key to the right again and hold it in
Remote control keys
Press the appropriate button for about 1 second.
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Unlocking button: Open one of the doors within
about 60 seconds, otherwise the vehicle will lock itself
this position (RHD vehicles). To close, briefly turn the
key to the left in the driver’s door lock. Then, within
2 seconds, turn the key to the left again and hold it
in this position (RHD vehicles).
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Anti-theft alarm
Unlocking button for boot lid:
The alarm system is automatically set when you lock
Press the button for at least 1 second.
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the car, and switched off when you unlock the car
Locking button: The turn signals flash once to
with the remote control. If you unlock the vehicle by
confirm that the doors and boot lid are properly
inserting the key in the driver’s door, the ignition
closed and locked.
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must be switched on within 15 seconds, otherwise
Folding out the master key:
the alarm will be triggered.
Press the release button.
WARNING!
Folding in the master key:
Press the button and fold in the key.
The doors and windows cannot be opened from
inside the vehicle if it has been locked from the
Variable soft top storage box
outside.
The storage box can be raised in order to extend the luggage compartment.
To raise the storage box: Slide the operating lever to position A.
To lower the storage box: Slide the operating lever to position B.
Note: The lever for raising/lowering the variable soft top storage
box can only be operated when the soft top is closed.
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1 Locking and unlocking the vehicle · Variable soft top storage box
Audi A4 Cabriolet
Audi S4 Cabriolet
Convenience features
Safety
Adjust seat and sit in correct position
The front seats should not be positioned too
Seat belts must be worn on every journey, even on short trips in town. This
close to the steering wheel or dashboard.
applies to the front and rear seats. To ensure that the seat belts, belt
Maintain a distance of at least 25 cm and sit in
tensioners and airbags are fully effective, please note the following points:
a normal upright position. The top of the head
Wear the seat belt correctly
restraint should be at eye level or higher.
Make sure that the shoulder section of
Always keep your feet in the footwell.
the belt is positioned over the centre of
Safety of children in the vehicle
25 cm
the shoulder and move the lap section
Children under 12 should travel
as far down over the hips as possible.
on the rear seat. They must be
The belts should always be worn so
protected by a child restraint
that they fit tightly (see illustration).
system which complies with the
European standard ECE-R 44 and is
Roll-over bars
The roll-over bars provide a further safety system for all
suitable for the child’s height and weight.
vehicle occupants, in addition to the seat belts and air-
The safest place for the child restraint system
is behind the front passenger’s seat.
bags. The roll-over bars are located behind the head
restraints for the rear seats. Never store or secure any
WARNING!
objects in the area behind the rear head restraints.
Please follow the instructions in the Owner's Manual
supplied with your Audi and read the instructions
Adjusting front seats
provided by the child seat manufacturer.
Manual adjustment
Electrical adjustment
Adjusting head restraints
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Raising head restraint: Take hold of the sides of the head
position
Lowering head restraint: Press the button on the side of the
down/return it to its upright position.
Unlocking the backrest
Press front/back end of switch A to
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Lift the lever and fold the backrest down/
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return it to its upright position.
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Lift the lever and fold the backrest
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head restraint and move the head restraint as required.
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move the seat forwards/backwards.
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Adjusting angle of backrest
or forwards
Adjusting lumbar support
Press the switch in the direction
Press appropriate part of the switch.
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Adjusting seat height and
moving seat backwards
Lean forwards and turn adjuster wheel.
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Folding the backrest down/
returning it to its upright
restraint with both hands and move it up as required.
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indicated by the arrows:
To raise/lower the seat at the front
Adjusting seat height
To raise/lower the seat at the rear
Lift or press the lever repeatedly until
the seat reaches the desired height.
To raise/lower the seat
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To move the seat forwards/
Adjusting seat angle
Lift or press the lever repeatedly until
the seat reaches the desired height.
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Adjusting seat cushion
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backwards
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Press the switch in the direction indicated by the arrows:
Lift the button and move the seat cushion.
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Moving seat backwards or forwards
Adjusting backrest
Backrest further upright/
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further reclined
Lift the lever and move the seat into the desired position.
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Then release the lever and move the seat further until the catch engages.
Press the appropriate part of the switch.
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Adjusting lumbar support
1 Safety · Adjusting front seats
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Instruments
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s Display for:
Coolant temperature gauge
Rev counter
p Driver messages (soft top etc.)
Warning and indicator lamps
p Warning symbols and auto-check control
p Radio, CD and telephone
Speedometer
p Navigation system
Fuel gauge
p Outside temperature
Reset button for trip recorder
p On-board computer (with two memories)
Press the button until the display is reset to zero.
p Selector lever position
p Button for service indicator
p Service indicator
Press the button briefly when the vehicle is stationary
d Adjuster buttons for:
and the ignition is switched on. A service reminder
p Instrument lighting
appears briefly if a service inspection is due in the
To adjust, press button
near future.
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or
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p Digital clock and date
a Check button for:
Press the
p Activating mileage recorder display and clock
button until the desired display
MODE
(e.g. hour) starts to flash. To adjust, press button
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Press button with ignition switched off.
or
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p Calling up driver messages again
Filling the tank
Press button briefly when desired speed is reached.
Opening the tank flap
To cancel: press button for at least 1 second while
Open the tank flap by pressing it in the direction
vehicle is moving.
indicated by the arrow. Unscrew the tank cap
and hook it onto the flap (see illustration).
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Fuel grade
The correct fuel grade for your vehicle
is shown on the inside of the tank flap.
Note: The sticker listing the tyre pressures
is located on the front passenger’s door pillar.
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1 Instruments · Filling the tank
Press button briefly when warning symbol appears.
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Warning and indicator lamps
Instruments and
controls
Emission control system1)
Turn signals, hazard
warning lights
Airbag system1)
Electronic Stability Program
(ESP)
Cruise control system
Alternator1)
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Trailer turn signals
Main beam headlights
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Anti-lock brake system
Engine management or
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Seat belt warning lamp
Glow plugs
(on diesel models)
Soft top operation
Fault in brake system or
handbrake engaged
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Should one of these warning symbols or warning lamps light up when driving, please
contact a qualified workshop without delay.
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Warning symbols and auto-check control
7 .....Lever for turn signals and
main beam headlights ,
8 .....Instruments and
warning/indicator lamps
9 .....Horn
10 ...Controls for multifunction steering wheel
Any faults which may occur are indicated by red or yellow symbols in
the instrument cluster display.
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Fault in brake system
Fault in cooling system
Engine oil pressure too low
Tyre pressure too low
The yellow symbols are not explained in this Quick reference guide,
as some symbols are automatically accompanied by a corresponding
message, which is shown in the display for about 5 seconds. Please
refer to the Owner’s Manual for an explanation of the symbols for
which no message appears in the display.
Note: If required, you can call up a message again by briefly pressing
the
CHECK
button.
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1 Warning and indicator lamps 5 Instruments and controls · Windbreak
WARNING!
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.
1 .....Electric windows
Press or lift the switch and keep holding
until the window has reached the desired
position.
2 .....Door handle
3 .....Central locking switch
Press the appropriate symbol to unlock or
lock the vehicle from the inside:
To unlock
To lock
4 .....Electric adjuster for exterior mirrors
Turn the adjuster to the position for the
left or right exterior mirror. Press the
adjuster to move the mirror surface in the
desired direction.
Note: At low outside temperatures, the
mirrors are heated automatically when the
rear window heating is switched on.
5 .....Light switch ,
6 .....Headlight range control and coming
home/leaving home switch/switch for
daytime running lights
Please read Owner’s Manual.
11 ...Control lever for windscreen wipers/washer
and on-board computer ,
12 ...Ignition lock
13 ...Switch for Electronic Stabilisation
Program (ESP)
14 ...PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF display
15 ...Switch for acoustic parking system
16 ...Switch for hazard warning lights
17 ...Cup holder
18 ...Compartment for (sun)glasses
19 ...Sound system or navigation system
20 ...Glove box
21 ...Switches for air conditioner ,
22 ...Thumbwheel for seat heating
(front right seat)
23 ...Switch for rear window heating
24 ...Switch for windscreen heating
25 ...Thumbwheel for seat heating
(front left seat)
, Further information for these items is given on the following pages.
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26 ...Gear lever/selector lever (on vehicles
with automatic gearbox) ,
27 ...Ashtray
28 ...Storage compartment
29 ...Soft top control switch ,
30 ...Cigarette lighter/socket
31 ...Handbrake
32 ...Service Wallet compartment
33 ...Lever for adjustable steering
column ,
34 ...Control lever for cruise control
system
Please refer to the Owner’s Manual for
operating instructions.
35 ...Bonnet release lever
Please read Owner’s Manual.
36 ...Memory buttons for driver's seat
Please read Owner’s Manual.
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[21] Switches for air conditioner
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Automatic mode (set the desired temperature for the
driver and passenger and press the corresponding button)
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Air recirculation (circulates and filters the air in the interior
of the vehicle)
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ECON mode (deactivates air cooling)
Temperature selection (driver’s side/front passenger’s side)
Automatic air recirculation
Blower speed
Air flow settings
Note: The air conditioner settings are stored and assigned to
the remote control key, taking into account whether the soft top
is open or closed. When the vehicle is started again the stored
settings will automatically be recalled.
[33] Lever for adjustable
steering column
Push lever down and adjust position
of the steering column as required.
Then push the lever back up.
[5] Light switch
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Off
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AUTO
When the light switch is set to AUTO,
the dipped beam headlights will be
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switched on and off automatically
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according to the outside light
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conditions (only on vehicles
with a light sensor).
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Side lights
Dipped beam/main beam
headlights
In fog, turn switch to dipped headlights position and then pull out to
1st stop (i front fog lights) or to
2nd stop (o front and rear fog lights).
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[7] Lever for turn signals and main beam headlights
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[11] Control lever for windscreen wipers/washer
and on-board computer
Right turn signals (with ignition off: right parking light on)
Left turn signals (with ignition off: left parking light on)
Wipers off
Main beam headlights
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Headlight flasher
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Brief wipe
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alter the wiper delay intervals.
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Slow wiper speed
Fast wiper speed
Automatic wash and wipe: Pull lever
towards you and hold.
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C
Intermittent wipe: Move control A to
Controls for on-board computer
Press the top or bottom of rocker switch B
repeatedly to display the various computer
functions in turn. Press and hold RESET
button C to return the current display to zero.
[29] Soft top control switch
RESET/selector button
Opening the soft top
Pull up and hold the switch until the soft top is fully open.
Press the RESET button C repeatedly to switch between the informa-
Closing the soft top
tion supplied by the on-board computer, the navigation system and
Press and hold the switch until the soft top is completely closed.
the menu display. Use rocker switch B to highlight a menu function
(e.g. tyre pressure). Then activate the function by pressing the RESET
Notes: If the control switch is released during the opening/closing
button C.
operation, the soft top will stop moving. The soft top is completely
open/closed when the warning lamp in the instrument cluster goes out. The soft top can
only be opened or closed when the ignition is switched on. For information on how to
open/close the soft top manually please refer to the Owner’s Manual.
Windbreak
[26] Selector lever for automatic gearbox
Installing:
Selector lever positions
Take the windbreak out of the bag (in luggage
P
Parking lock
R
Reverse gear
N
Neutral
D
Drive
S
Sport
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compartment) and fold the two side sections
outwards.
Pull out the two retainer pegs A
To move the selector lever out of position P or N,
and hold the windbreak in a
or into position P or R, press the interlock button
horizontal position against the
on the selector lever handle and the brake pedal
backrest upholstery. Slide the
simultaneously.
two retainer pegs A all the way
Note: Use the foot brake to hold the vehicle when
into the mountings.
stationary with the engine running (in all selector
Press the release catches B
lever positions other than P).
(on left and right) and slide the
C
WARNING!
B
Do not move the selector lever to positions P or R
when the vehicle is moving.
locking pins into the mounting
holes C at the sides.
Fold up the vertical section of
the windbreak so that it engages in the upright
Manual gear selection (tiptronic)
The tiptronic program enables you to change gear manually. 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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position.
Removing:
Proceed in the reverse sequence of the installation
described above.
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