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© 2007 AUDI AG
AUDI AG works continuously to develop and further improve all models. You will appreciate that we must therefore reserve the right to alter any part of the vehicle and its equipment or technical specifications at anytime. No legal commitment can therefore be implied by the information, illustrations or descriptions in this
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Foreword
Thank you for choosing the Audi A4.
The new Audi A combines the latest technology with numerous features for your comfort and convenience. To help you get the best out of these features in everyday use, we recommend that you read this Manual carefully so you can quickly become familiar with your vehicle in detail.
As well as information on how to use the controls and equipment, the Owner's Manual contains important notes on care and maintenance. These are relevant to your safety and will help preserve your car's value. The Manual also offers useful driving tips and advice, together with some suggestions on how to drive your car with minimum impact on the environment.
In addition to this Owner's Manual, the Service Wallet also includes the Service Schedule for your vehicle. This booklet contains important information on Audi service requirements and lists the vehicle's fuel consumption figures. The Service Wallet also includes operating manuals for optional on-board systems such as the radio, navigation and telephone. We recommend that you keep the Service Wallet in the carat all times.
Should you have any further questions regarding your car or if you suspect that your owner's literature is not complete, please contact your Audi dealer or importer. They are always glad to answer your queries and note any suggestions you may have.
We wish you safe and enjoyable motoring with your Audi A4.
AUDI AG
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General maintenance
Controlssafety
For the sake of the environment
Controls and displays
Coolant temperature gauge
Before opening the bonnet and checking the coolant level,
Calling up driver messages again
Fig. 4 instrument
Fig. 5 instrument
Instruments and warning/indicator lamps
Have the system malfunction in the dynamic steering repaired by
Glow plug system
If a malfunction should occur, have the system checked immedi-
Trailer turn signals
Emission control system
Anti-lock brake system (abs)
Before opening the bonnet and checking the brake fluid level,
Audi hold assist
Fig. 8 dashboard
Outside temperature display
Do not rely on the outside temperature display as an ice warning.
Shifting up a gear:
Digital speedometer
Service interval display
Fig. 14 display door
Displaying distance and time to next service
On-board computer
Average fuel consumption
Distance covered
Self-helptechnical data
Resetting figures to zero
Speed warning function
Speed limit warning 1
Speed limit warning 2
Setting speed limit warning 1
Automatic gearbox function test
Shift to p, otherwise vehicle can roll away. doors do not lock if
Switch off engine and check oil level
Fig. 25 display
Fault in the brake system
Switch off engine, check coolant level
The engine compartment of any motor vehicle is a dangerous
Driver information system
Add engine oil immediately
Do not drive vehicle. steering defective
Fig. 26 display yellow
Dynamic steering initialising
Brake pads worn
Bulbs are sensitive to pressure. the glass can break when you
Message comes on and does not go out
Check engine oil level (with dipstick)
It is essential that you adjust your speed to suit the weather, road,
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Warning lamp
Under certain conditions
Storing the tyre pressures
Deadlock mechanism
Accidental lock-out
Doors and windows
Set of keys remote control key
Always take the key with you when leaving the vehicle - even if
Please change key battery
Fig. 32 remote control
Starting the vehicle with the spare key
Do not leave anyone (especially children) in the car if it is locked
Locking and unlocking the vehicle using the
Locked doors could delay assistance in an emergency, potentially
The central locking switch is still operative when the ignition is
Setting the central locking system
Deactivating the interior monitor and tow-
Deactivating tow-away protection
Boot lidopening and closing the boot lid
Opening the windows
Convenience open function
Sun roofcontrols
Fig. 50 display
Take care when closing the sunroof. careless or uncontrolled use
Fig. 53 detail of head-
Automatic headlight control (auto)*
Malfunction of light sensor
Front fog lights
Fig. 55 switch for
Automatic headlights*
Instrument lighting
Headlight range control
Fig. 58 headlight
Hazard warning lights
Fig. 59 adaptive light
Main beam headlights
Fig. 61 turn signal and
Rear interior lights
Sun blinds (rear side windows)
Windscreen wipers
Poor visibility can cause accidents. always ensure that the
Headlight washer system
Service position
Changing wiper blades
Rear-view mirrors
Electrolyte fluid can leak from a broken mirror. this fluid can cause
Memory for exterior mirrors*
Fig. 72 detail of the
Calibrating compass
Seat adjuster controls
Adjusting angle of seat cushion*
Adjusting backrest angle
Adjuster controls
Raising/lowering seat at rear
Seat memorymemory for driver's seat
Switching seat memory on and off
Recalling settings
For safety reasons, never recall seat settings when the vehicle
Head restraints
Fig. 78 display
Adjusting armrest
Unsecured objects in the luggage compartment can suddenly
Fig. 82 heavy items
The retaining net should only be used to hold objects weighing up
Returning backrest to an upright position
Load-through hatch with transport bag
The ski bag must be secured in place with the fastening belt after
To prevent accidents, loads carried on the roof must be
Seats and storage
Do not use hard china cups or glasses. these could cause injury
Inserting ashtray
Operating electrical socket
The electrical sockets and any appliances connected to them
Fig. 97 front ashtray
Fig. 98 detail of the
Heavy appliances or plugs (such as power supply units) can
When using adapters or extension cables, please remember
Storage compartments
Compartment for
Storage compartments in front seats
Pollution filter
Key-coded settings
For safety reasons it is important that all the windows are kept
Fig. 103 controls for deluxe automatic air conditioner
Switching on and off
Button(s)function
Fig. 104 rotary control
For reasons of safety you should not leave the air recirculation
Heated rear window
Fig. 110 dashboard location of air outlets
Air outlets for rear passengers
Deluxe automatic air conditioner plus
Heating and cooling
Fig. 112 air conditioner controls
Switching on air conditioner
Switching on automatic mode
Temperature selection
Fig. 113 rotary control
Air recirculation mode
Safetydriving tips
Fig. 119 dashboard location of air outlets
Economical operation of the air conditioner
Automatic recirculation
Fig. 120 display
Auxiliary heating and auxiliary
The auxiliary heating must not be allowed to run when the
Setting and activating the timers
Setting the running time
Changing the battery
Transmitter indicator lamp
Fig. 125 remote
Fig. 127 display seat
Drivingsteering
Fig. 129 lever beneath
Driver message in the instrument cluster display
Shift to p, otherwise vehicle can roll away. doors do not lock if lever
Always take the key with you when you leave the vehicle.
Starting and stopping the engine
Press clutch pedal to start engine
Advanced key defective use ignition lock
Switching off the engine with the start/stop
When driving away
Warning and indicator lamps
Fig. 132 centre
When parking on slopes
Releasing the parking brake when driving away
Driving away on a slope
Emergency braking function
Warningyou should only use the emergency braking function in areal
Please release parking brake
Fig. 133 detail of the
The intelligent technology in audi hold assist cannot defy the laws
Cruise control system
Always direct your full attention to the road, even when you are
Adjusting the speed
Fig. 135 display
Switching off the cruise control system
Do not resume the programmed cruising speed if this is too high
How is the system operated?
Please always direct your full attention to the road, even when you
Vehicles with manual gearbox
Warning (continued)
No vehicle in front
Driver intervention prompt
Fig. 137 area covered
Setting anew speed
Switching off the system
Fig. 142 control lever
Vehicle outlined
Time intervals
Cfig. 146 instrument
Acc not available!
Acc functionality limited
Shift lever position!
Setting the volume of the warning tone
Fig. 148 display adap-
System limitations
The radar sensor's "field of vision" can be impaired by rain, snow
Driving out of a bend
Other vehicles changing lanes
Audi braking guard
Fig. 154 vehicle
Please always direct your full attention to the road, even when the
Please note that the audi braking guard is subject to limita-
Status messages in the instrument cluster
System - the audi braking guard system can be switched on
The lane assist system does not keep the vehicle in its lane. it
Instrument cluster display
Audi lane assist
Audi lane assist currently not available
Audi side assist
How the system works
Information mode and warning mode
Fig. 166 schematic
Situation with vehicle approaching rapidly
Situation when you are rapidly overtaking
Fig. 171 display
Messages in the instrument cluster display
Audi side assist currently not available
Please note that the sensors are not always able to detect all
The side assist feature is not a substitute for the full concentra-
Conformity certification
Audi drive select
Comfortauto
Fig. 174 selector gate
Fig. 176 mmi display
Applies to vehicles with tiptronic gearbox
Stopping briefly
Do not press the accelerator while selecting a gear with the
P - parking lock
D - drive (forwards)
S - sport position
To avoid accidents, apply the parking brake and put the
Automatic gearbox
Interlock button
Kick-down feature
Manual gear selection (tiptronic mode)
Back-up programme
Steering wheel with paddle levers
Manual release of selector lever
Fig. 183 removing
Audi parking system
The parking aid cannot replace the full concentration of the
Parking aid170
Switching on/off
Introductiona reversing camera
How to clean the lens of the reversing camera
Do not allow the camera images in the mmi display to distract
Parking perpendicular to the roadside
The reversing camera does not show the complete area behind
Parking parallel to the roadside
Parking next to obstacles
Warning beeps
Audi parking system*
Homelink179
When you are programming the homelink universal transmitter,
Programming the universal transmitter
Programming at the operating unit in the
Operating homelink
Homelink182
Safety is everyone's responsibility!
What affects driving safety?
Distractions while driving or any kind of impairment to your
A driver who is not sitting in the correct position or who is not
To reduce any risk of injury to the driver during a sudden brake
A passenger who is not sitting in the correct position or who is not
Correct adjustment of head restraints
Warningtravelling with the head restraints removed or incorrectly
Therefore, whenever the vehicle is moving:
Sitting out of position increases the risk of severe injuries.
Safe driving192
Any obstructions that restrict pedal travel can cause loss of
Loose items in the luggage compartment can shift suddenly
Children could climb into the boot and close the boot lid from the
If items of luggage or other objects are secured to the fastening
Seat belts must be put on before every trip – even when driving
The seat belts can only provide maximum protection if the
Loose, bulky clothing (such as an overcoat over a jacket)
Seat belts which have been worn in an accident and stretched
What happens to passengers not wearing
Fig. 205 the vehicle
Always make certain that the belt is positioned properly
The diagonal part of the belt should never be positioned across
Warningduring pregnancy, women should especially make sure to wear
Taking off the seat belts
Fig. 212 belt height
Airbag system
The main parts of the airbag system are:
The airbags are not a substitute for the seat belts they are an
If a fault should occur in the airbag system, have the system
If you sell the vehicle, please remember to pass on the
When are the airbags triggered?
Factors determining the triggering response
How the front airbags work
Fig. 214 driver's
There is also a risk of injury if the airbags are inflated. the front
Any work on the airbag system or removal and installation of
How the side airbags work
Fig. 218 location of
If children are not seated correctly, they are at greater risk of
Any work involving the side airbag system or removal and
Fig. 221 head-protec-
Deactivating the front passenger's
Deactivating front passenger's airbag when a child
If you have no alternative but to install a rearward-facing child
Important safety notes for using child safety
Never allow a child to stand up or kneel on a seat while the car
To ensure proper protection, it is important to wear the seat
Using a child safety seat on the front
This applies particularly to children if they are travelling in away
To help prevent serious injury, children travelling in the vehicle
Child safety seat category 0 / 0+
Fig. 226 child safety
Never install a rearward-facing child safety seat on the front
Fig. 227 a category 1
General information
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Compatibility of vehicle seat positions for child safety seats
The retainers used here are specially designed for child safety
Traction control system (asr)
Dynamic steering*
When accelerating on a uniformly slippery surface
Switching off the esp
Notethe asr and esp cannot be switched off when the adaptive cruise control (acc)* is on.brakes
Faults in the brake system
Intelligent technology
Power steering (servotronic)
Even with four-wheel drive, you should always adjust your
Power management
Battery diagnosis
Dynamic power management
Points to remember
When the vehicle is parked for long periods
When the engine is running
Driver message in the instrument cluster
Emission control systems
Because of the high temperatures which can occur in the emis-
Your vehicle and the environment
Change gear early to save fuel
Do not let the engine idle for longer than necessary
Regular servicing
Maintain the correct tyre pressures
Choice of materials
Towing a trailer
If a towing bracket is retrofitted, the installation should be carried
Distributing the load
Exterior mirrors
Removable ball joint coupling
When is the trailer stabilisation system activated?
Requirements for correct functioning of the trailer
The trailer stabilisation system is not always able to detect
Swaying and pitching
Equipment mounted on the towing bracket
Removable towing bracket
Secure the ball joint again with the strap when you have
Fitting the ball joint (step 1)
It is important to keep the mounting fixture clean. otherwise the
Fitting the ball joint (step 3)
If it is not possible to set the spring mechanism to the "ready"
Fig. 242 area below
Removing the ball joint
Make sure that the socket unit has closed off the mounting fixture
If a towing bracket is retrofitted, the installation should be
Washing the car by hand
Take care when washing the car during the winter moisture
Ornamental trim and mouldings
Plastic parts
Rubber seals (weatherstrips)
Care of vehicle and cleaning
Please note when cleaning the wheels that water, ice and road salt
Removal of stains
Cleaning and care
Fuel and filling the tank
Dieselapplies to vehicles with diesel enginediesel fuel
Fuel is highly inflammable and can cause serious burns and other
Fig. 247 vehicle as
To avoid the risk of being scalded, never open the bonnet if you see
Protect face, hands and arms by covering the cap with a large,
Observe the following additional warnings if work on the fuel
Flexible service intervals (audi longlife service*)
Fixed service intervals (inspection service)*
Vehicles with diesel particulate filter*
Oil level in area
Topping up the engine oil
Checking and topping up fluids
Anti-freeze additive
Countries with warm climate
Topping up the coolant
Fig. 257 engine
When working in the engine compartment be aware that the radi-
Fig. 258 engine
Brake fluid is poisonous store it in the sealed original container
Batterygeneral notes
If the vehicle is not used for long periods
All work on batteries requires specialist knowledge. for queries
Important safety warnings for handling a car
Keep open flames, sparks, uncovered lights and lit cigarettes
When disconnecting the battery from the vehicle's electrical
Charging the battery
Fig. 260 engine
New tyresnew tyres do not give maximum grip
Tyres with directional tread pattern
Tyre pressure and vehicle loading
Incorrect wheel alignment
Wheels and tyres
Wheel boltsthe wheel bolts are designed to suit the rims on your car.the wheel bolts
Using winter tyres with v-rating
Warningexceeding the maximum speed permitted for the winter tyres
Speed rating code letter
What are the benefits of run flat tyres?
When is it no longer possible to continue driving with
Please ask your audi dealer or qualified workshop whether run flat
Driving with run flat tyres
Effects on handling when driving with defective tyres
We recommend that you have the run flat tyre renewed and
Warningnever attach accessories
Warningincorrectly performed modifications or other work on your vehicle
Mobile radio transmitters
Mobile telephones or radio equipment which are operated inside
Accessories and modifications to the vehicle
Fig. 264 warning
After using the fire extinguisher
Tools and tyre mobility system
Do not use the hexagonal socket in the screwdriver handle to
Taking out the spare wheel
Snow chainsfor technical reasons, snow chains must not
Tyre repairsgeneral information and safety notes
The sealing compound must not be used:
Avoid heavy acceleration, hard braking and fast cornering.
If any of the tyre sealant is accidentally ingested, immediately
Repairing a tyre
Filling the tyre
Inflating the tyre
If you have a puncture in moving traffic, switch on the hazard
Do not drive on.
Changing a wheel
Removing– insert the hook
Warningto avoid accidents, the wheel bolts should only be loosened
Fig. 274 changing ab bwheel: jack
Warning•prevent the base of the jack from slipping – risk of injury.
Taking off the wheel
Anti-theft wheel bolts
Jump-starting
Please note the safety warnings referring to working in the
Connecting the positive terminals with the
Starting the engine
The non-insulated parts of the battery clamps must not be
Tow-starting and towing away
Driving technique
Front towline anchorage
If the towline anchorage is not screwed in as far as the stop, there
Fig. 282 rear bumper
Towing a vehicle with manual gearbox and
Self-help299
Fuses and bulbs
Fuses on the driver's side
Fuse listfuse list
No.electrical equipment
Electrical equipment
Bulbs with a bayonet fastener
Changing bulbs for headlights
Removing bulb for main beam headlights
Removing bulb for dipped headlights
Fig. 295 bulb holder
Fig. 298 trim cover for
Fig. 300 front fog
Fig. 302 luggage
Fig. 304 rear light,
Fig. 306 rear lights in
Number plate light
Engine datathe figures for engine power output are determined according to eu standards.performance figures
Maximum trailer weights
Maximum draw bar loading
General notes
Fig. 312 display
Performance, weights and dimensions



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