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.
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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.
Max. Amperage Rating
Telephone, radiator fan, instrument cluster, engine control unit
Diagnostic port, air compressor, bar with buttons, control unit for air conditioning
Clutch pedal switch, brake pedal switch
Switch illumination, number plate light
Lever under the steering wheel, central control unit
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