Self Study Program 673 – Audi Q3 (type F3)
Self Study Program 673 – Audi Q3 (type F3) PDF. The Audi Q3 (type F3) has a much more sporty appearance than its predecessor. The octagon design single frame and the large side air inlets emphasise the car’s masculine front end. The radiator grille is divided up by eight vertical bars in its striking frame which reflect its SUV character.
The narrow headlights taper inwards like a wedge and are available in three versions, all with LED technology. The flagship headlights are the matrix LED headlights, whose adaptive main beams intelligently light up the road.
A highlight in the side view is the symmetrical light graphics of the headlights and rear lights. The shoulder line connects them and ensures, together with muscular lines above the wheel housings,
that the car as a whole gives an athletic impression.
The contours cite Audi’s quattro genes and make the SUV appear even wider; the colour-contrasting wheel arch covers emphasise the offroad look. Helped by a long roof spoiler, which also flanks the side of the rear window, the strongly leaning D-pillars lend the lines a sense of the car being poised to move forwards.
The Audi Q3 (type F3) is built with 1.5 ltr. and 2.0 ltr. petrol engines along with 2.0 ltr. diesel engines. Further highlights include a generous space concept with a three-section rear seat bench, digital cockpit, smart infotainment system, intelligent networking and clever assist systems.
The Audi Q3 (type F3) is built in the Hungarian factory in Györ.
- General body repairs
- Power units
- Diesel engines
- Petrol engines
- Exhaust system
- Fuel tank
- SCR system (selective catalytic reduction)
- Engine/gearbox combinations
- Power transmission
- 8-speed automatic gearbox 09P
- Functions influencing gearbox control system
- Running gear
- Running gear with electronic damping control
- Steering system
- Brake system
- Wheels and tyres, tyre pressure monitoring
- Electrics and electronics
- Power supply
- Exterior lighting
- Tail lights
- Convenience electronics
- Steering column electronics control unit J527
- Interior lighting
- Digital instrument cluster 9SO
- Sensor-operated rear lid opening (with convenience key)
- Air conditioning
- Design and functional principle of the air conditioner
- Dash panel with air conditioner controls
- Safety and driver assist systems
- Passive safety
- System overview
- Active safety
- Driver assist systems
- Infotainment and Audi connect
- Introduction and overview of versions
- Audi connect
- Inspection and maintenance
- Service interval display
- Self-study programmes
This self-study programme provides basic information on the design and function of new vehicle models, new components or new technologies.
It is not a Workshop Manual. Any figures given here are for explanatory purposes only and refer to the data valid at the time of writing.
Content is not updated.
It is essential that you refer to the latest technical literature when carrying out maintenance and repair work.