The aim of this quick reference guide is to introduce you to the
main features and controls of your vehicle.
This quick reference guide cannot replace the information con-
tained in the Owner's Manual; it is therefore important that you
also read the notes and warnings in the Owner's Manual.
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Dear Audi Driver, Adjusting the seats The aim of this quick reference guide is to introduce you to the 1 Adjusting head restraints main features and controls of your vehicle. It is only possible to adjust the This quick reference guide cannot replace the information con- angle of the head. tained in the Owner's Manual; it is therefore important that you 2 Tipping backrest forwards also read the notes and warnings in the Owner's Manual. Lift the handle and tip the We wish you safe and enjoyable motoring backrest forwards. with your new Audi. 3 Adjusting angle of backrest AUDI AG Lean forwards and turn adjuster wheel. 4 Adjusting seat height Pull the lever up to raise the seat; press it down to lower the Audi TT Roadster seat. 5 Moving seat backwards or Quick reference guide forwards Lift the handle and move the seat. Locking and unlocking the vehicle Safety Seat belts must be worn on every The central locking system locks journey, even on short trips in and unlocks the doors. It can be town. To ensure that the seat operated with the remote con- belts, belt tensioners and airbags trol or by turning the key in the are fully effective, note the lock. following points: Operating the radio- activated remote control Adjust seat and sit in Press the appropriate button for correct position about 1 second. The front seats should not be 1 Unlocking button positioned too close to the steering wheel or dashboard. Wear the seat belt Open one of the doors or correctly the boot lid within about Maintain a distance of at least 60 seconds, otherwise the 25 cm from the steering wheel. Make sure that the shoulder vehicle will lock itself again Warning: The doors and win- It is important to sit in a normal, section of the belt is positioned automatically. dows cannot be opened from upright position and set the over the centre of the shoulder, 2 Unlocking button for boot lid inside the vehicle if it has been backrest so it is fully against and move the lap section as far Press the button for at least locked from the outside. your back. The top of the head down over the hips as possible. 1 second. restraint should be at eye level The belts should always be worn Anti-theft alarm (or higher). Put your feet in a so that they fit tightly (see 3 Locking button The alarm system is automati- comfortable position in the illustration). The turn signals will flash briefly cally set when the car is locked. footwell. when the car is locked to con- The alarm system is switched off firm that doors and boot lid are automatically when you unlock closed properly. the vehicle with the remote Filling the tank 4 Folding out the master key control. Press the release button. Releasing the tank flap Note: If you unlock the vehicle Folding away the master key Press the switch (with the filler by inserting the key in the Press the button and fold the key pump symbol) in the centre driver’s door, the ignition away. console to open the tank flap. must be switched on within Note: Press and hold unlocking Then unscrew the tank cap and 15 seconds, otherwise the alarm button of remote control (or turn hook it onto the flap (see will be triggered. and hold key in lock) to open all illustration). the windows. Press and hold Stickers for: locking button of remote control 1 Fuel grade (or turn and hold key in lock) to 2 Tyre pressures close all the windows. Page 1 Instruments and warning/indicator lamps • On-board computer • To check distance to next l/100 kmInstantaneous fuel con- service sumption Press the button briefly with the ignition on and the vehicle sta- km Fuel range tionary. h Driving time • To call up auto-check control ø L 100 km average fuel consumption displays (in turn) økm/h average speed Press the button twice with the ignition on. Fitting cover on Closing soft top • Outside temperature storage box Manually-operated soft top: • To call up driver information • Selector lever position Press the button when one of Take hold of the cover on one Guide the soft top out of (on vehicles with automatic the red symbols flashes. side 5, and lift the cover out of storage box and lift soft top gearbox) the luggage compartment. Fit forwards to position 3. • To activate mileage recorder cover at rear of storage box and • Radio/telephone information display and digital clock Power-operated soft top: hook strap into place 6. Press switch in centre console • Navigation information Press the button when the igni- Hold the strap at rear of cover 7 tion is off. 4 and keep holding until soft 1 Rev counter 8 Display: • Service indicator and lower cover down at front, top reaches position 3. 2 Warning and indicator • Warning symbols and Shortly before a service is due, • To set speed warning 1 guiding it under top of storage the display will briefly show the Press the button briefly when box 8. Then let go of the strap Securing soft top lamps auto-check control Press button 1. Take hold of word Service, together with the the desired speed is indicated and press the cover into catches Engine management1) OK No faults number of miles/km until the on the speedometer. To clear on left and right so that it handle 2, turn it anti-clockwise Side lights/headlights Fault in brake system service is due. the speed limit, press the button engages firmly 9. as far as it will go, and pull soft for at least 1 second while the Finally, press edges of cover top down into catches. Then Soft top Coolant temperature too 9 Adjuster button for: turn handle all the way back high/coolant level too low vehicle is moving. down under top of storage Electronic stabilisation • To set the time/date box 10. (clockwise)and push it up into programme (ESP) Engine oil pressure too low Keep pulling the button briefly 10 Digital clock/ the recess. until the desired display date display Removing cover from Electronic immobilizer If one of the red symbols lights storage box up while you are driving, stop appears. Turn the button to Main beam headlights alter the time/date. To release cover, press buttons the car, switch off the engine on either side of vehicle 11. Lift Turn signals, hazard warning and refer to the Owner’s Manual. lights cover at front and unhook BREMS- LICHT / Brake light faulty1) Soft top strap 6. Fault in engine management Place cover in luggage system1) Bulb failure1) compartment with sides folded Airbag system1) Brake pads worn1) upwards 5. Anti-lock brake system (ABS)1) Washer fluid level low P Handbrake engaged Fuel level low Alternator1) Battery voltage too high or too low1) Seat belt warning MIN Check engine oil level 3 Coolant temperature gauge SENSOR Engine oil sensor faulty1) For safety reasons, never open Releasing soft top 4 Fuel gauge Speed warning 1 or 2 or close the soft top while the Press the button 1. Take hold of (km/h or mph) vehicle is moving. Always fit the handle 2, turn it anti-clockwise 5 Speedometer cover on the storage box before ! Dynamic headlight range as far as it will go and push it 6 Mileage recorder control faulty1) setting off with the soft top upwards to open the soft top Top display/bottom display: open. slightly 3. Then push the handle Door/boot lid not shut trip recorder/total mileage Switch on the ignition and apply back up into the recess. 7 Reset button for trip the handbrake firmly before Opening soft top recorder opening or closing the soft top. Manually-operated soft top: Note: After opening or closing Get out of car, take hold of front the soft top, make sure the soft of soft top 3 and lift it back, top warning lamp in the guiding it right the way down dashboard goes out. This into storage box. © 2002 AUDI AG indicates that the soft top is Power-operated soft top: AUDI AG reserves the right to alter any part of the vehicle, its equipment and technical specifica- properly secured. tions. No legal commitment can be implied by the information, illustrations or descriptions in this Lift the switch in centre console publication. No part of this publication may be reprinted, reproduced or translated without the 4 and keep holding until soft written permission of AUDI AG. All rights under the laws of copyright are expressly reserved by top stops moving. AUDI AG. Subject to change. Printed in Germany. Concept and layout: Pfriemer Kataloge GmbH. 1) Should one of these warning symbols light up while driving, plea- se contact a specialist workshop as soon as possible. Kurzanleitung Audi TT Roadster englisch 9.02 231.562.632.20 Page 2 Übersichtsbild 8 11 8 8 8 9 9 3 5 10 10 23 12 13 14 15 16 4 24 17 18 6 7 25 19 26 2 32 20 21 22 1 27 1 Electric adjuster for exterior mirrors Turn the knob: Left exterior mirror 3 Door handle 28 I Off Right exterior mirror Press the knob in the appro- 4 Light switch priate direction to move the Lights off mirror surface. The mirrors are Side lights heated when the ignition is on. Dipped or main beam head- 29 lights 2 Electric windows Turn switch to dipped beam position. Then pull out to 1st stop: Press the switch briefly to move 30 the window all the way down. Front fog lights Lift the switch briefly to move the window all the way up. The 2nd stop: window can be stopped in any Front fog lights 31 position by briefly pressing the and switch again. Rear fog light Page 3 25 Lever for adjustable steering column Pull lever down and adjust the position of the steering column 5 Light switch; 13 Rear window heating 21 Gear lever/selector lever as required. Then push it back up as far as it will go. turn signal and headlight dip lever 7 Thumbwheel for headlight range control Selector lever positions on vehicles with automatic gearbox 23 Windscreen wiper Press the knob lightly and turn to the required setting: 14 Hazard warning lights P - Parking lock and washer lever 26 Compartment for Service Wallet R - Reverse gear 0 Driver only I All seats occupied II All seats occupied, luggage 15 Switch for ESP (electronic stabilisation programme) N - Neutral D - Drive 27 AIRBAG OFF indicator lamp compartment loaded S - Sport The indicator lamp lights III Driver only, luggage To move the selector lever out of up constantly if the front 1 Right turn signals compartment loaded 16 Seat heating (front right seat) position P or N, or into position P or R, press the interlock button passenger’s airbag has been switched off by turning the key Press the knob to switch on. on the selector lever handle and in the switch located in the (With ignition off: right parking light on) 8 Air outlets Turn the knob to adjust the temperature. the brake pedal simultaneously. Note: Use the foot brake to hold 0 Off glove box. 2 Left turn signals (With ignition off: left parking light on) 9 Horn 17 Radio cover panel the vehicle when stationary with the engine running (in all selec- tor lever positions other than P). 1 Brief wipe 2 Intermittent wipe 28 Handbrake 3 Main beam headlights To open: lightly press lower Warning: Do not move the selec- Move control A to alter the wiper 4 Headlight flasher 10 Tiptronic controls on steering wheel edge. tor lever to positions P or R when the vehicle is moving. intervals. 3 Slow wiper speed 29 Central locking switch Cruise control system Press the appropriate symbol To activate the system: slide control A to ON/EIN for manual gear selection When the selector lever is in 18 Lockable glove box Manual gear selection (Tiptronic) The Tiptronic program enables you to change gear manually. 4 Fast wiper speed 5 Automatic wash and wipe to lock or unlock the vehicle cen- trally from the inside: position. Press button B to store Pull lever towards you and hold. lock position D or S, or in the manual To do this, move the selector the current speed and maintain this speed constantly. To switch off cruise control shift programme, you can shift up or down to the next gear by 19 Air conditioner con- trols On/off control, lever out of position D into the Tiptronic gate on the right. Press the selector lever forwards Function selector switch for on-board computer unlock Press the top or bottom of rocker temporarily: press either the brake pedal or briefly pressing the upper or lower part of either of the switches. temperature setting Press control to switch on; briefly to shift up a gear, or push the lever back to shift down a switch B repeatedly to call up the various displays. Press and 30 Switch for wind deflector clutch pedal, or slide control A pull control to switch off. gear. hold button C to reset display to Lift switch to raise wind to OFF/AUS. To resume the zero. deflector, press switch to lower. Defrost windows programmed cruising speed, slide switch A to RES/AUFN. 11 Instruments and warning/indicator lamps AUTO Automatic mode 22 Switch compartment Function selector for display modes Keep holding until deflector stops moving. To switch off cruise control Blower speed Slide open lid for access to Press button C repeatedly to completely: slide control A all the way over to OFF/AUS until the click stop See also overleaf. Standard setting for all seasons: Select a temperature of 22 °C switches: Release switch for tank select the following displays: on-board computer and navi- 31 Switch for power- operated soft top and switch on automatic mode. flap See reverse side. engages. 12 Seat heating (front left seat) Release switch for tailgate gation system, or to switch the display off. 6 Thumbwheel for instrument lighting Press the knob to switch on. Turn the knob to adjust the temperature. 20 Ashtray with cigarette lighter/ electrical socket Deactivator switch for interior monitor of alarm 24 32 Bonnet release lever system Ignition lock Please refer to Owner's Manual. Page 4
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