Audi Q7 Owners & Service Manuals

Audi Q7: Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions when Working on Vehicle

Risk of Accident Due to the Uncontrolled Movement of the Vehicle

With the engine running the uncontrolled movement of the vehicle can be possible if a selector lever position is engaged.

- Place the selector lever into the "P" position.

- Engage the parking brake.

Danger of Poisonous Exhaust Gas with the Engine Running.

- When engine is running, an exhaust extracting system must always be connected to the exhaust system.

Risk of Injury through the Radiator Fan Turning on Automatically.

- Disconnect the connectors before working near the fan shroud.

Risk of Destroying the Electronic Components.

- Only connect and disconnect test equipment when the ignition is off.

Risk of Destroying the Electronic Components.

Risk of destroying electronic components when disconnecting the battery.

- Always turn off the ignition before disconnecting the battery.

Safety Precautions when Working on Vehicles with Start/Stop System

There Is a Risk of Injury from Unintended Engine Start.

The engine can start unexpectedly when the Start/Stop System is activated on the vehicle. A message in the instrument cluster indicates whether the Start/Stop System is activated.

- Deactivate the Start/Stop System: switch off the ignition.

Safety Precautions when Working on High-Voltage System

High Voltage Poses Life-Threatening Risk

The high-voltage system is under high voltage. Electrocution can cause death or severe bodily injury.

- Persons with electronic/medical life- and health-support devices carried in or on the body may not perform any procedures on the high-voltage system. Life- and health-support devices, for example, are pain killer pumps, implanted defibrillators, pacemakers, insulin pumps, and hearing aids.

- Have the high-voltage system de-energized by qualified personnel.

There Is a Risk of Injury from Unintended Engine Start.

On electronic and hybrid vehicles an active ready mode is difficult to identify. Risk of pinching and pulling parts of the body.

- Switch the ignition off.

- Place the ignition key outside of the vehicle interior.

Risk of Damaging the High-Voltage Cables.

Misuse can damage the insulation of high-voltage cables or high-voltage connectors.

- Never support objects on the high-voltage cables and the high-voltage connectors.

- Never support tools on the high-voltage cables and the high-voltage connectors.

- Never sharply bend or kink the high-voltage cables.

- Pay attention to the coding when connecting the high-voltage connectors.

High Voltage Poses Life-Threatening Risk

The high-voltage system is under high voltage. Electrocution from damaged high-voltage components and high-voltage cables can cause death or severe bodily injury.

- Perform a visual inspection of the high-voltage components and the high-voltage cables.

- Never use tools that are for cutting, deformed, or sharp edged.

- Never use welding, soldering, thermal adhesive or hot air.

Safety Precautions when Working near High-Voltage Components

High Voltage Poses Life-Threatening Risk

The high-voltage system is under high voltage. Electrocution from damaged high-voltage components and high-voltage cables can cause death or severe bodily injury.

- Perform a visual inspection of the high-voltage components and the high-voltage cables.

- Never use tools that are for cutting, deformed, or sharp edged.

- Never use welding, soldering, thermal adhesive or hot air.

There Is a Risk of Injury from Unintended Engine Start.

On electronic and hybrid vehicles an active ready mode is difficult to identify. Risk of pinching and pulling parts of the body.

- Switch the ignition off.

- Place the ignition key outside of the vehicle interior.

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