2021-2023 Skoda Fabia Mk4 Fuse Box Diagram

The Skoda Fabia Mk4 is a great car, but like any other vehicle, it can experience electrical problems from time to time. If you find yourself in a situation where you need to replace a fuse in your Fabia, it’s important to know where to find the fuse box and what each fuse does.

This blog post will provide you with a fuse box diagram for the Skoda Fabia Mk4, which was produced between 2021 and 2023. The fuse box diagram will show you the location of all of the fuses in the car, as well as their corresponding amperage ratings. This information can be helpful if you ever need to replace a fuse in your Fabia.

Fuse Box Location

There are two fuse boxes in the Skoda Fabia Mk4:

  • Passenger Compartment Fuse Box: This fuse box is located under the left side of the dashboard.
  • Engine Compartment Fuse Box: This fuse box is located in the engine compartment, on the left side of the firewall.

Engine compartment

Fuse NumberComponents
1Engine control unit
22021: Coolant pump, radiator shutter, engine components
2022-2023: Exhaust flap, radiator shutter, engine components
3Lambda probes
4Fuel pump
5Radiator fan, oil level and oil temperature sensor, engine components
6Engine components
7Brake system (vacuum pump)
8Engine components
9Brake light switch
10Data bus, BCM unit, vehicle battery status monitoring
11Not used
12Air conditioning
13Not used
142021: ESC, engine control system, engine components
2022-2023: ESC, engine control system, windscreen heating, engine components
15Automatic gearbox
16Not used
17Engine control system
19Not used
22Not used
23Not used
242021: Radiator fan
25Radiator fan
27Radiator fan
28Not used
29Windscreen heating

Passenger Compartment 

Fuse NumberComponents
1Towing device
2LED headlight – left-hand side
3Music amplifier
4Headlight washers
5Not used
6Central locking
7Not used
82021-2022: Air conditioning
2023: Climatronic, manual air conditioning, heater
9LED headlight – right-hand side
10Towing device
11Not used
12Steering wheel heating
13Light switch, diagnostics connection, rain sensor, control levers under the steering wheel, front windscreen heating
14Windscreen washer system
15Instrument cluster, emergency call
16Lights – right side
17Electric window control – right-hand side
18Windscreen wipers
19The Infotainment system
20Rear window heating
21Not used
22Not used
23Rear view camera
24Phone box, GSM antenna, USB port, the Infotainment system display
25Control lever under the steering wheel
26Data bus
27Not used
28Alarm system sensor
29Alarm siren horn
30Ignition (switch box)
31Air conditioning, heating
32Not used
33Electric window control – left-hand side
34Not used
35Lights – left side
37Front seat heating
38Interior lighting, button lighting, headlight washers, ambient lighting
39Assist systems
40Light switch, headlights, headlight levelling, diagnostic connector, reversing switch, control levers under the steering wheel
41Interior mirror dimming, exterior mirror adjustment, air conditioning, buttons on the central console
42Clutch pedal switch, starting
43Rear window wiper
44Airbag system, airbag control lamp
45Windscreen wipers
46Not used
47Not used
48Electric steering column lock, KESSY (keyless lock and start system)
49Not used
50USB ports at the back, USB port by the rear-view mirror
51Not used
52Cigarette lighter / 12V socket at front
53Ignition key trigger lock, automatic transmission
54Not used
55Not used
562021-2022: Manual air conditioning, heater
57Not used
58Windscreen washer system
59Exterior mirror heating
60Towing device
61Towing device
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