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Audi A4 (B9) 2016-2022 Owner's Manual: Automatic luggage compartment lid

Applies to: vehicles with automatic luggage compartment lid

Opening and closing
Fig. 32 Luggage compartment lid: 1 closing button*, 2 lock button* (vehicles with convenience key*)

The luggage compartment lid can be opened and closed automatically > in General information.

Opening the luggage compartment lid

Closing the luggage compartment lid

Stopping automatic opening or closing

The automatic opening or closing of the luggage compartment lid will stop if:

If you press the button or the handle in the luggage compartment lid, fig. 30 again, the luggage compartment lid will open or close again.

Storing the luggage compartment lid opening position

Applies to: allroad

The position must be at a certain height or higher to store.

Manually opening and closing the luggage compartment lid

If the electric motor malfunctions or the vehicle battery charge level is low, the luggage compartment lid can be opened or closed by hand. Extra force will be needed to do this. Move the lid slowly to reduce the amount of force needed.

WARNING

Observe the safety precautions.

Opening and closing the luggage compartment lid with foot motion

Applies to: vehicles with sensor-controlled luggage compartment lid

Opening and closing
Fig. 33 Vehicle rear: foot motion (example)

The luggage compartment lid can be opened and closed automatically 1).

Requirements: you must be carrying your convenience key* with you. The ignition must be switched off. You must be standing at the center behind the luggage compartment lid. Depending on vehicle equipment, it may also be possible to stand slightly off-center at the back of your vehicle.

WARNING

Observe the safety precautions.

WARNING

Please note that when you have the convenience key with you, the sensor-controlled luggage compartment lid could open or close unexpectedly during activity near the rear of the vehicle. This increases the risk of an accident.

Note

Please note that when you have the convenience key with you, the sensor-controlled luggage compartment Lid could open or close unexpectedly during activity near the rear of the vehicle (for example, the lid could hit the ceiling in a garage).

Tips

The luggage compartment lid will only open or close 1) if you perform the movement as described. This prevents the luggage compartment lid from opening or closing due to similar movements 1), such as when you walk between the rear of the vehicle and your garage door. In some situations, the function may be limited or temporarily unavailable.

This may happen if:

1) The closing function applies to vehicles that also have automatic luggage compartment lid operation.

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