1999-2006 Skoda Fabia Fuse Box Diagram [Mk1/6Y]

The Skoda Fabia is a small family car that was produced from 1999 to 2007. It has two fuse boxes, one located in the dashboard and the other located in the engine compartment. This article provides fuse box diagrams for both fuse boxes, as well as a table of the fuses and their corresponding amperage ratings.

The fuse box diagrams show the location of each fuse in the fuse box, as well as the amperage rating of each fuse. The amperage rating is the amount of current that the fuse can safely carry. If the current flowing through a fuse exceeds its amperage rating, the fuse will melt and break the circuit, preventing damage to the electrical system.

Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuses in the Skoda Fabia are fuses #42 (Cigarette lighter, power socket) and #51 (Power socket in the luggage compartment) in the Instrument panel fuse box.

Color coding of fuses

ColorMaximum amperage
light brown5

Fuses in the dash panel

Fuse NumberPower consumerFuse Amp. Rating
1Instrument cluster, ESP5
2Brake lights10
3Power supply for the diagnostics, air-conditioning system5
4Interior lighting10
5Not assigned
6Lights and Visibility5
7Engine electronics, power-assisted steering5
8Not assigned
9Lambda probe10
10S-contact (For power consumers, e.g. the radio, which can be operated with the ignition
switched off as long as the ignition key is not withdrawn)
11Electrically adjustable rear mirror (For vehicles with an electrical power window system)5
12Ventilation system, air-conditioning system, Xenon headlight5
13Reversing light10
14Diesel engine control unit10
15Headlight cleaning system, window wiper10
16Instrument cluster5
17Petrol engine – control unit (It is 15 amps for a vehicle with a 1.2 litre engine.)5
19Automatic gearbox10
20Control unit for lamp failure5
21Heated windscreen washer nozzles5
22Not assigned
23Right main beam10
24Engine electronics10
25Control unit for ABS, TCS5
25control unit for ESP10
26Not assigned
27Not assigned
28Cruise control, switch for the brake and clutch pedal5
29Not assigned
30Main beam on the left and indicator light10
31Central locking system – door lock for the boot lid10
32Rear window wiper10
33Parking light on the right5
34Parking light on the left5
35Injector – petrol engine10
36Licence plate light5
37Rear fog light and indicator light5
38Heating of the external mirror5
39Rear window heater20
41Front window wiper20
42Cigarette lighter, power socket15
43Central control unit, selector lever lock for the automatic gearbox20
44Turn signals15
45Radio, navigation system20
46Electrical power window (at the front on the right)25
47Not assigned
48Diesel engine – control unit, injector30
49Central locking system15
50Low beam on the right15
51Power socket in the luggage compartment15
53Electrical power window (at the rear on the right)25
54Low beam on the left15
55Not assigned
56Control unit – petrol engine20
57Towing device25
58Electrical power window (at the front on the left)25
59Not assigned
60Horn for the anti-theft alarm system15
61Fuel pump – petrol engine15
62Electric sliding/tilting roof25
63Seat heaters15
64Headlight cleaning system20
65Fog lights15
66Electrical power window (at the rear on the left)25
67Not assigned
68Fresh air blower25

Fuses assignment at battery (version 1)

Fuse NumberPower consumerFuse Amp. Rating
3The radiator fan40
4ABS or TCS or ESP40
5Power steering50
6Glow plugs (Only for diesel engine 1.9/96 kW.)50
7ABS or TCS or ESP25
8The radiator fan30
9The air conditioning system5
10Engine control unit15
11Central control unit5
12Automatic gearbox5

Fuses assignment at battery (version 2)

Fuse NumberPower consumerFuse Amp. Rating
3Power steering50
4Glow plugs40
5The radiator fan40
6ABS or TCS or ESP40
7ABS or TCS or ESP25
8The radiator fan30
9Not assigned
10Central control unit5
11The air conditioning system5
12Not assigned
13Automatic gearbox5
14Not assigned
15Not assigned
16Not assigned
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