2011-2015 Skoda Citigo Fuse Box Diagram

The fuse box is an important part of your Skoda Citigo’s electrical system. It protects the electrical components of your car from damage caused by excessive current. If you have an electrical problem with your Citigo, it is often helpful to consult the fuse box diagram to see which fuse may be blown.

This blog post will provide you with the fuse box diagram for the Skoda Citigo from 2011 to 2015. It will also discuss the location of the fuse boxes in your car and how to identify a blown fuse.

Fuse Box Location

  • Passenger Compartment: The fuses are located underneath the steering wheel on the underside of the dash panel.
  • Engine Compartment: The fuses are located underneath a cover next to the vehicle battery.
  • Fuses in the dash panel: On vehicles with the START-STOP system, the fuses are on the left side of the dash panel behind a cover.
Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuse in the Skoda Citigo is the fuse #36 in the fuse box underside of the dash panel.

Fuses color

Fuse colourMax. Amperage Rating
light brown5

Passenger Compartment

Fuse NumberProtected Components
1Telephone, radiator fan, instrument cluster, engine control unit
2Diagnostic port, air compressor, bar with buttons, control unit for air conditioning
3Clutch pedal switch, brake pedal switch
4Switch illumination, number plate light
5Lever under the steering wheel, central control unit
6Headlamp beam adjustment, exterior mirror adjustment
7-8Automatic gearbox
9Airbag, bar with buttons
10Park Assist
12The rear fog light
14Rear window wiper
15Light switch
16Steering force assistance
17Windscreen washer
18Reverse light switch
19Injection valves, coolant pump
21Parking lights,
22Daytime running lights
24Headlight flasher
25Windscreen Wiper and Washer System
26Not assigned
27Interior lighting
28Diagnostic connector
29Central control unit
30Exterior mirror heater
31Radiator fan, lambda probe
32Blinking light, brake light, daytime running lights, rear light
33Main beam
34Main beam
35Fuel pump
36Cigarette lighter, 12-volt power socket
37Air blower for heating and air conditioning
39Panoramic sliding roof, horn
40Engine control unit
41Central locking system
42Ignition module
43Seat heaters
44Fuel pump
45Light switch
46Rear window heater
47Power windows
49Windscreen wipers
50Fog lights, headlight
51Power windows

Engine Compartment

Fuse NumberProtected Components
S2Radiator fan
S3Control unit for radiator fan, ignition
S5Central control unit, battery data module
S6Ignition lock, starter

Fuses in the Dash Panel

Fuse NumberProtected Components
2Instrument cluster
3Radio, diagnosis
4DC-DC voltage converter, starter relay, bar with buttons
5Not assigned
6Not assigned
7Not assigned
8Not assigned
12DC-DC voltage converter, ABS, instrument cluster, radio
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