2021-2023 Skoda Enyaq iV Fuse Box Diagram

This article provides diagrams of all fuse boxes in the Skoda Enyaq iV. Each diagram shows the location of each fuse, as well as the amperage rating and function of each fuse.

By understanding the fuse box diagrams in your Skoda Enyaq iV, you can quickly and easily identify which fuse may be blown if you experience a problem with an electrical component. This can help you quickly troubleshoot the problem and get your vehicle back on the road.

The Skoda Enyaq iV is an electric SUV that was first released in 2021. It has a total of 2 fuse boxes, which are located in the following locations:

  • Under the hood: This fuse box is located on the driver’s side, near the battery. It contains fuses for the engine, charging system, and other major components.
  • In the passenger compartment: This fuse box is located under the glovebox. It contains fuses for the interior accessories, such as the lights, climate control system, and infotainment system.

Passenger Compartment

Fuse NumberProtected Components
1230V power socket
3Towing bracket
4Front camera for assist systems
5Exterior lighting of the rear of the vehicle
6Interior lighting, front grille lighting
7Front seat heating
8Sliding/tilting roof
9Window controls (left side of the vehicle), central locking (left side of the vehicle), left wing mirror (heating, folding, glass position adjustment), electric child lock (left side of the vehicle)
10Not used
11Towing bracket
12Not used
13Central locking (rear doors and boot lid), windscreen washers, headlight washers, headlights tilting function
14Music amplifier
15Not used
16Not used
17Rear radar sensors, Park Assist, Parking Aid
18Steering wheel lock, KESSY (keyless locking), contactless operation of the electrically operated boot lid
19Instrument cluster, emergency call, online services
20Phone box, USB ports at the front
21Rear view camera, area view system (Top View)
22Engine control system
23Communication system
24Not used
25Driver’s seat belt tensioner
26Window controls (right side of the vehicle), central locking (right side of the vehicle), right wing mirror (heating, folding, glass position adjustment), electric child lock (right side of the vehicle)
27Passenger’s seat belt tensioner
28High-voltage battery control system – safe disconnection of the high-voltage system, high voltage battery charger The fuse may only be replaced by a specialist garage
29Towing bracket
30The Infotainment system
31Towing bracket
32Exterior vehicle lighting, third brake light, registration plate lighting
33Not used
34Heating / air conditioning
35Rear seat heating
36Heating/air conditioning fan
37Electrically operated boot lid
38Seat ventilation
39Steering wheel heating
40Alarm system horn
41Data bus
42Gearbox control, gearbox mode display
43Air conditioning at the front, air conditioning at the rear, rear window heating
44Front interior lighting, parking brake, rain and light sensor, lights control, alarm system, diagnostic socket, dashboard button panel.
45Control lever under the steering wheel
46The Infotainment system, Head-up display
47Adaptive Chassis Control (DCC)
48Not used
49Not used
50Not used
51Not used
5212V socket in the boot
53Not used
54Not used
55Not used
56Not used
57Not used
58USB at the rear
59Interior rear-view mirror with automatic darkening
60Diagnostic connection, radio
61Drive system
62Not used
63Not used
64Not used
65Not used
66Rear wiper
67Rear window heating

Front Compartment

Fuse NumberProtected Components
1Not used
2ESC assist system, BDM control system, coil of the main relay
3Charger for the high-voltage battery, electric drive
4Left headlight
5Right headlight
6Radar sensor in the front
7Not used
8Not used
10Windscreen wiper
11Air conditioning + heating
12Engine sound generator
13ESC assist system
14Not used
15ESC assist system
16Radiator fan
17Heated windscreen
18Not used
19Not used
20Not used
21Not used
22Not used
23Engine control system
24Radiator fan
25Coolant pump, electric heating
26Coolant pump, radiator shutter
27Not used
28Not used
29Not used
30Not used
31Not used
32Brake servo
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