Audi S3 Automobile User 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 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
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Locking and unlocking
the vehicle
Note: Press and hold the unlocking button on the
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remote control to open all the windows automatically.
The central locking system locks
gate and the tank flap. It can be
operated with the remote control
Audi S3
Quick reference guide
Press and hold the locking button to close all the
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windows and the sun roof.
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or by turning the key in the lock.
Sun roof
Remote control keys
The ignition must be switched on to open and close
Press the appropriate button for about 1 second.
the sun roof.
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To tilt open: Briefly press/pull the control while it is in
Unlocking button: Open one of the doors within
about 60 seconds, otherwise the vehicle will lock
position
itself again automatically.
Press or pull the control and hold it to make the roof
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Unlocking button for tailgate
tilt up or down to the desired position.
Locking button: The turn signals flash once to
Comfort setting (for less wind noise): Turn the control
t in order to tilt the roof open/closed.
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confirm that the doors and tailgate are properly
until it engages at position
closed and locked.
To open: Turn the control to position r and hold it
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there.
Folding out the master key: Press the release
button.
To close: Turn the control until it engages at
Folding away the master key: Press the button
position t.
and fold the key away.
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WARNING!
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The doors and windows cannot be opened from
inside the vehicle if it has been locked from the
outside.
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Anti-theft alarm
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 · Sun roof
and unlocks all the doors, the tail-
Adjusting front seats
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Adjusting head restraints
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Lift the lever and move the seat
restraint with both hands and move it up as required.
into the desired position. Then
Lowering head restraint: Press the button on the side of the
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head restraint and move the head restraint as required.
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Moving seat backwards or
forwards
Raising head restraint: Take hold of the sides of the head
release the lever and move the
seat further until the catch
Easy-entry function
engages.
Moving the seat forward: Lift the release catch, fold down
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the backrest and push the seat forward as far as it will go.
Adjusting seat height
Pull/press the lever up/down
Moving the seat back: Push the seat back,
repeatedly until the seat is in the
lift the release catch and return the
desired position.
backrest to an upright position.
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The seat will move back to its
Adjusting lumbar support
Press the appropriate part of the
original position.
adjuster control to move the
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lumbar support to the desired
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position.
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Adjusting angle of backrest
Lean forwards and turn adjuster
Safety
wheel.
Seat belts must be worn on every journey, even on short trips in town. This
applies to the front and rear seats. To ensure that the seat belts, belt
tensioners and airbags are fully effective, please note the following points:
Wear the seat belt correctly
Make sure that the shoulder section of the belt is positioned
Adjust seat and sit in correct position
over the centre of the shoulder and move
The front seats should not be positioned too close
the lap section as far down over
to the steering wheel or dashboard. Maintain a
the hips as possible. The belts
distance of at least 25 cm and sit in a
should always be worn so that
they fit tightly (see illustration).
normal upright position. The top of
25 cm
the head restraint should be at eye
level or higher. Always keep
Adjusting seat belt height
direction of arrows and take hold of
the top guide fitting to slide it up or
down so that the shoulder portion of
the seat belt is positioned roughly
midway over the shoulder.
After adjusting, pull
Safety of children in the vehicle
Children under 12 should travel on the rear seat. They must be protected by a child
restraint system which complies with the European standard ECE-R 44 and is
suitable for the child’s height and weight. The safest place for the
child restraint system is behind the front passenger’s seat.
the shoulder belt
WARNING!
sharply to check
that the catch on
the guide fitting has
engaged securely.
Please follow the instructions in the Owner’s Manual
and read the instructions provided by the child seat
manufacturer.
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1 Adjusting front seats · Safety
your feet in the footwell.
Compress belt height adjuster in
Instruments
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Rev counter
p On-board computer (with two memories)
Warning and indicator lamps
p Navigation system
Coolant temperature gauge
p Service interval display
Fuel gauge
Speedometer
Mileage recorder
Trip recorder (top)/Total mileage (bottom)
p Control button:
p To reset the trip recorder
Press the control button until the display is reset to zero.
p To check distance to next service
Pull the control button briefly, when the vehicle is stationary and
the ignition is switched on.
a Display for driver information system:
p Driver messages
p Warning symbols and auto-check control
p Lap timer
s Control button:
p To check the auto-check control display
Press the button once with the ignition on.
p To call up driver messages
Press the button when a warning symbol lights up.
p 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.
p To set the digital clock/date
Keep pulling the button briefly until the desired display appears.
Turn the button to alter the time/date.
d Digital clock and date display/outside temperature display
p Radio, CD and telephone
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1 Instruments
p Outside temperature
Warning and indicator lamps
Instruments and
controls
Tyre pressure too low 1)
Engine oil pressure too low 1)
Engine management
system 2)
Fuel level low
Electronic stabilisation
program (ESP)
Check engine oil level
(warning lamp lights up
permanently)
Emission control system
Engine oil sensor defective 2)
(warning lamp flashes)
Main beam headlights
Brake pads worn 2)
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km/h
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Cruise control system
Airbag system 2)
Washer fluid level low
Alternator
Incorrect battery voltage 1)
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Speed warning 1 and 2
Headlight range control
defective 2)
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Turn signals, hazard
warning lights
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Seat belt warning lamp
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Bulb monitor
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Fault in brake system or
handbrake applied
Brake light failure
Anti-lock brake system 2)
Light sensor/rain sensor
defective
Electro-mechanical power
steering (loss of power) 2)
adaptive light defective
Electro-mechanical power
steering (failure) 2)
Tyre pressure warning lamp
Fault in cooling system1)
Please refer to the Owner’s Manual for information on further symbols.
WARNING!
1)
If one of these symbols lights up while you are driving, stop the car
immediately, switch off the engine and refer to the Owner’s Manual.
2)
If one of these symbols lights up while you are driving, please
contact a qualified workshop without delay.
Audi S3 Kurzanleitung englisch 07.06
271.562.808.20
1 Warning and indicator lamps 5 Instruments and controls · Filling the tank
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1 .....Electric windows
Press or lift the switch as far as the first
stop and hold it until the window has
moved to the desired position.
“One-touch“ function: Press/pull the
switch briefly to the second stop.
2 .....Electric adjuster for exterior mirrors
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3 .....Door handle
4 .....Central locking switch
Vehicle:
unlock
lock
5 .....Light switch
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6 .....Instrument lighting and daytime
running lights
7 .....Lever for turn signals and main beam
headlights ,
8 .....Control buttons for multi-function
steering wheel ,
9 .....Horn
10 ...Instruments and
warning/indicator lamps
11 ...Control lever for windscreen
wipers/washer and on-board
computer ,
12 ...Sound system or navigation
system
13 ...Glove box
14 ...Switch for activating tyre pressure
monitoring
15 ...Switch for Electronic Stabilisation
Program (ESP)
16 ...AIRBAG OFF display
17 ...Hazard warning lights
18 ...Storage tray or cup holder
19 ...Switches for air conditioner ,
20 ...Thumbwheel for seat heating
(front right seat)
21 ...Switch for heated rear window
22 ...Thumbwheel for seat heating
(front left seat)
23 ...Gear lever
24 ...Ashtray
, Further information for these items is given on the following pages.
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25 ...Cigarette lighter/socket
26 ...Storage compartment
27 ...Handbrake
28 ...Remote control key in ignition lock
29 ...Lever for adjustable steering
column
Pull lever down and adjust the
position of the steering column as
required. Then push the lever back up
as far as it will go.
30 ...Storage compartment
31 ...Control lever for cruise control
system ,
32 ...Bonnet release lever
Please read Owner’s Manual.
[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 switched on and off
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automatically according to the outside light
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).
[2] Electric adjuster for exterior mirrors
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Selector knob:
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Left exterior mirror
Exterior mirror heating
Right exterior mirror
Retract both mirrors
Press the adjuster to move the mirror
surface in the desired direction.
Note: When adjuster knob is in position
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outside temperatures (while ignition is switched on).
[8] Control buttons for
multi-function steering wheel
The multi-function steering wheel offers
[7] Lever for turn signals and main beam headlights
fast and simple control of the sound
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Right turn signals (with ignition off =
system and telephone system.
right parking light on)
Please refer to separate Operating Manual.
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Left turn signals (with ignition off =
left parking light on)
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Main beam headlights
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Headlight flasher
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[31] Control lever for cruise control system
Please refer to the Owner’s Manual for operating
instructions.
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Filling the tank
Opening the tank flap
Open the tank flap by pressing it in the
direction indicated by the arrow.
Unscrew the tank cap and hook it onto
the flap.
Sticker for:
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Fuel grade
[19] Switches for air conditioner
Tyre pressures
Control on left:
Temperature selection for left side.
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Control on right:
Temperature selection for right side.
Standard setting for all seasons:
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Select a temperature between 16 °C and 28 °C
(60 °F - 84 °F) and press the
AUTO
AUTO
switch.
Automatic mode
Changing the blower speed
(switches in the middle)
ECON
Economy mode
[11] Control lever for windscreen wipers/washer and on-board computer
Windscreen:
Off
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B
To activate intermittent wipe/rain sensor: Move control A to set
sensitivity level of rain sensor (wiper delay intervals).
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Brief wipe
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Fast wiper speed
Automatic wash and wipe: Pull lever towards you and hold.
Rear window:
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Slow wiper speed
Intermittent wipe: Press lever towards dashboard.
Automatic wash and wipe: Press lever as far as it will go towards
dashboard and hold.
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.
RESET button
Press RESET button C repeatedly to select the on-board computer, navigation,
digital speedometer, lap timer and main menu displays in turn.
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