2016-2023 Skoda Kodiaq Fuse Box Diagram

The Skoda Kodiaq is a mid-size SUV that was first introduced in 2016. It is available with a variety of engines, including gasoline, diesel, and hybrid. The Kodiaq has two fuse boxes, one located in the passenger compartment and one located under the hood.

The passenger compartment fuse box is located in the lower center of the dashboard, on the driver’s side. To access it, you need to open the glove box and then press the release button on the side of the fuse box cover. The under-hood fuse box is located on the passenger side of the engine bay, next to the battery.

In this blog, we will discover the Skoda Kodiaq Fuse Box Diagram with details of every fuse.

Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuses in the Skoda Kodiaq are the fuses #40 (12-volt power outlets) and #46 (230-Volt power socket) in the Instrument panel fuse box.

Fuses in the dashboard

Fuse NumberProtected Components
1SCR (AdBlue)
22016-2018: Not assigned
2019: Heated steering whee
3Not assigned
42016-2018: Heated steering wheel
2019: Anti-theft alarm
62016-2018: Automatic gearbox
2019: Automatic gearbox, ignition key lock (vehicle with automatic transmission)
7Air conditioning, receiver for the remote control for the auxiliary heating, heated rear window, heated windscreen, rear air conditioning system
8Light switch, rain sensor, parking brake, ambient lighting, sensor of the alarm system, headlight
9Operating lever underneath the steering wheel
10Infotainment screen
11Light – left
12Infotainment, ExBoxM2 (applies to South Korea)
13Left side belt tensioner
14Air blower for air conditioning,heating
15Electric steering lock
16USB port, diagnostic connector, Phonebox
17Instrument cluster, emergency call
18Reversing camera
21All-wheel drive
22Towing hitch
23Panoramic slide / tilt sunroof
24Light – right
25Central locking- front and rear door left, power window – left, exterior mirrors left – heating, fold-in function, setting the mirror surface
26Heated front seats
27Interior lighting
28Trailer device – electrical outlet
29Not assigned
30Shock absorber setting
312016-2018: Not assigned
2019: Opening the boot lid
322016-2018: Parking aid (Park Assist)

2019: Park Assist, Manoeuvre Assist, Assist for “blind spot”monitoring
34Air conditioning, reversing light switch, mirror with automatic dimming, seat heating, parking brake, light switches, bar with switches, electric auxiliary heating
35Diagnostic connector, camera, radar
36AFS headlights – right
37AFS headlights – left
38Trailer device – electrical outlet
39Central locking- front and rear door right, power window – right, exterior mirrors right – heating, fold-in function, setting the mirror surface
4012-volt power outlets
41Right side belt tensioner
42Luggage compartment cover lock, headlight washers, front and rear window washer
43Music amplifier
44Trailer device – electrical outlet
45Electrical operation of driver’s seat
46230-Volt power socket
47Rear window wiper
482016-2018: “Blind spot” detection
2019: Sport sound generator
49Engine starting, clutch pedal switch
502016-2018: Opening the boot lid
2019: Not assigned
51Heating of the rear seats
52Heated front seats
53Heated rear window

Fuses in the Engine Compartment

Fuse NumberProtected Components
1ESC, parking brake
3Engine control system
42016-2018: Radiator fan, control valve for fuel pressure, electric auxiliary heating, engine components

2019: Radiator fan, control valve for fuel pressure, electric auxiliary heating, glow plug system, air mass meter, braking system, engine components, oil level and oil temperature encoder
5Ignition, fuel pump, oil level and oil temperature sensor (2016-2018), engine components
6Brake sensor
7Coolant pump, exhaust flap, engine components, crankcase ventilation (2019)
8Lambda probe, NOx sensor and particle sensor (2019)
92016-2018: Coolant pump, ignition, preheating unit, air flow meter, engine components

2019: Coolant pump, ignition, engine components
10Fuel pump
11Additional electrical heating, heated windscreen
12Electrical auxiliary heating system
132016-2018: Automatic gearbox
2019: Oil pump for automatic gearbox
14Not assigned
17ESC, engine control unit, main relay coil
18Databus, battery data module
19Windscreen wipers
202016-2018: Anti-theft alarm
2019: Not assigned
212016-2018: Not assigned
2019: Automatic gearbox
22Engine control system
24Electrical auxiliary heating system
31Not assigned
32Not assigned
332016-2018: SCR
2019: Automatic gearbox
34Not assigned
352016-2018: Not assigned
2019: Windscreen wipers
36Not assigned
37Aux. heating
38Not assigned


The fuse diagrams for the Skoda Kodiaq can be found in the vehicle’s owner’s manual. The diagrams show the location of each fuse in the fuse boxes, as well as the amperage rating of each fuse.

Fuse replacement: If you think that a fuse in your Kodiaq has blown, you can replace it yourself. To do this, you will need a new fuse with the same amperage rating as the blown fuse. Once you have the new fuse, follow the steps in the fuse diagram to locate the blown fuse and replace it.

Here are some additional tips for troubleshooting electrical problems in your Skoda Kodiaq:

  • Check the fuses: If you are having an electrical problem, the first thing you should do is check the fuses. Blown fuses are a common cause of electrical problems.
  • Check the wiring: If the fuse is not blown, the next thing you should check is the wiring. Look for any damaged or frayed wiring.
  • Check the connectors: Also check the connectors for the electrical components. Make sure that they are properly seated and free of corrosion.
  • Take it to a mechanic: If you are unable to find the problem, it is best to take your Kodiaq to a mechanic. They will have the tools and experience to diagnose and repair the problem.
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Tom Smith is a passionate car mechanic and automotive enthusiast, specializing in the intricate world of car fuse boxes. With years of hands-on experience under the hood, he has earned a reputation as a reliable expert in his field. As the founder and content creator of the popular blog website 'carsfuse.com,' Tom has dedicated himself to sharing his extensive knowledge of car fuse boxes and electrical systems with the world.

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