Where are the Audi Q5 jump points and battery location?

by Phil Borges // in Car

If you own an Audi Q5, then you know that it is a great vehicle - but only when it works. What if your battery dies? Do you know how to jump Audi Q5? That's where jump points come in! Jump points are the locations on the car where cables can be plugged in to provide power. This article will show you where are the Audi Q5 jump points and battery location and how you can access them safely.

Where is Audi Q5 battery located?

The location of the battery in Audi Q5 is not in the engine bay where most people expect it to be. The Audi Q-Series is a series of premium crossover SUVs that offer the latest in technology and safety features, as well as offering luxury amenities for those who can afford them.

The battery in this vehicle is carefully designed and placed in the trunk hidden in a secret compartment. You will need to remove or take out the floor lining in the cargo area to access it. The battery is a 12 volt, lead-acid type that powers all of the electrical functions in the vehicle when this car's engine isn't running.

Where are the jump points in Audi Q5?

Each Audi Q-Series has safety features and components situated throughout its body so you can travel safely from one destination to another. These safety features are also designed to give you peace of mind when traveling with your family, especially the younger members.

One of Audi Q5s distinct features is the location of its jump points. These jump points are located under the hood of the car, which makes it safer for you to access these jump points in case of an emergency. For the 2017 - 2018 Audi Q5 car model, the jump points are located on the left side of the engine bay on the front of the passenger side. The positive point is covered by a red plastic tab with a positive sign on it which is easy to recognize. Pull up the red tab to expose the positive battery terminal. The negative jump point is the exposed terminal with a negative sign on it, which is also easy to spot. These are the two jump points where you will connect the clamps of the jump starter to give power to your vehicle.

If you have a 2013-2014 Audi Q5 car model, the jump points are still located under the hood, but you can find these on the driver's side this time. The negative bolt has no cover on it but still has a negative sign for easy access. As for the positive bolt, it is placed to the center of the dash area that has a plus sign on the cover. Simply flip the tab to open up the cover to expose the positive bolt.

What are the reasons why a car needs to be jump-started?

The most known reason a car might need to be jump-started is that the battery has died. Jump starting a car is one of the most common ways to get going in emergency situations, especially if you've got an older vehicle with weak batteries.

A faulty starter is the second most frequent reason for a no-start. It may not make any noise, but you can usually tell by sound (it might make a harsh grinding noise). The starter or ignition switch could be completely dead in this case.

If ever you've had trouble starting your car, then the chances are that it was because one or more spark plugs were dirty. Spark pins ignite fuel in the combustion chamber, and without them to start things off, there would be nothing for an engine to do its work with.

If your car has a failing alternator, it means that your battery may be losing power while you're driving. It's possible that it can have a significant effect on the life of your battery if it is allowed to continue, so get an alternator check-up as soon as possible.

It's always good to know the potential causes of your car not starting so you can determine what to do if this ever happens.

Why does a car need to have its battery checked?

With Audi Q-series, vehicles are equipped with batteries that provide strong power and dependability for your car. With proper care, these batteries can last up to five years, depending on the conditions of your vehicle and how the battery is maintained. The car battery needs to be checked regularly to make sure it is in good condition. If the car battery isn't checked, you could run into some major problems when starting up your vehicle.


As the car ages, the battery in it will require more frequent check-ups and jump-starts. It's important to know where your vehicle's battery is located so that you can handle any issues that arise quickly.

Also, understanding the causes of slow engine starts will help you determine any problems with the battery. Now that you know where your Audi Q5 jump points are located, there is no need to worry when the time comes for a breakdown or emergency situation.

About the author, Phil Borges

Phil Borges is a battery aficionado. He's written extensively about batteries, and he loves nothing more than discussing the latest innovations in the industry. He has a deep understanding of how batteries work, and he's always on the lookout for new ways to improve their performance.