Skoda Citigo (2011-2018) Fuse Diagram

Fuse box diagram (fuse layout), location, and assignment of fuses Skoda Citigo (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018).

Skoda Citigo (2011-2018)

Checking and Replacing Fuses

Individual electrical circuits are protected by fuses.

  • Before replacing a fuse, switch off the ignition and the appropriate consumer.
  • Find out which fuse belongs to the component that is not operating.
  • Take the plastic clip out of its fixture in the cover of the fuse box, place it on the relevant fuse and pull it out.
  • A blown fuse is recognizable by the molten metal strip. Replace the faulty fuse with a new one of the same amperage.

Notice

  • Never “repair” fuses and also do not replace them with a fuse of a higher amperage – risk of fire! This may also cause damage at another part of the electrical system.
  • Have the electrical system checked as quickly as possible by a ŠKODA specialist garage if a newly inserted fuse blows again after a short time.
  • We recommend always carrying replacement fuses in the vehicle.

Passenger Compartment Fuse Box

Fuses on the underside of the dash panel

The fuses are located underneath the steering wheel on the underside of the dash panel.

Fuses on the underside of the dash panel

  • Press securing tab A.
  • Push the lid in the direction of the arrow.
  • Remove bracket B.
  • Use the clip to pull the fuse out, then insert a new fuse.
  • Replace the bracket at the original position.
  • Close the cover in the opposite direction to the arrow until it clicks into place.

Fuses on the underside of the dash panel (Diagram)

Power consumer
1Air Conditioning, diagnostic connector
2Operating the headlight range control, parking aid, adjusting the mirror surface with electric exterior mirrors
3Automatic transmission, engine control unit, power steering, control lever under the steering wheel, instrument cluster
4Airbag
5Reversing light
6Rear wiper, front and rear window washer
7Main beam headlamp - left side
8Main beam headlamp - right side
9Not assigned
10Electric exterior mirror heater, diagnostic port
11Not assigned
12Vehicle lighting
13Vehicle lighting
14Vehicle lighting
15Vehicle with START-STOP system: Radio
Vehicle without START-STOP system: Lighting of switches, heating, automatic transmission, light switch, license plate light
16Vehicle lighting
17Rear window wiper
18Panoramic roof
19Central locking system
20Rear window heating
21Reversing light
22Horn
23Voltage stabiliser (for START-STOP system)
24Headlamp flasher
25Windscreen wipers
26Radio
27Turn signal lights, brake lights
28Selector lever for the automatic transmission
29Fuel pump
30Engine control unit, instrument cluster, rain sensor, control lever under the steering wheel
31Vehicle lighting
32Central control system
33Vehicle lighting
34Interior lighting
35Vehicle lighting
36Vehicle lighting
37ESC
38Key bar
39Control lever under the steering wheel, front and rear window washer
40Lambda probe, radiator fan, gas valve, oil pressure valve, valve for activated charcoal filter
41Brake pedal switch, cooling fan
42Engine control system
43Fuel pump
44Injection valves
45Ignition coils
4612 volt power socket
47Air blower for air conditioning/heating
48Seat heaters
49Electric windows
50Vehicle lighting
51Electric power windows

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Fuses in the dash panel

The fuses are located on the left-hand side of the dashboard behind a cover on vehicles with the START-STOP system.

Fuses in the dash panel

  • Insert a slotted screwdriver into the recess A in the cover.
  • Loosen the cover and remove it in the direction of the arrow.
  • Replace the defective fuse.
  • Press down on the cover until it clicks into place.

Fuses in the dash panel (Diagram)

Power consumer
1ABS/ESP
2Instrument cluster
3Radio
4DC-DC voltage converter, motor starter, bar with buttons
5Air conditioning system
6Not assigned
7Not assigned
8Not assigned
9Vehicle lighting - right side
10Vehicle lighting - left side
11Starter
12DC-DC voltage converter, ABS, instrument cluster, radio

Engine Compartment Fuse Box

The fuses are located underneath a cover next to the vehicle battery.

Engine Compartment Fuse Box

  • Press the locking keys 1 of the cover together simultaneously.
  • Push the cover in the direction of arrow 2.
  • Replace the defective fuse.
  • Position the cover against the arrow until it clicks.

Engine Compartment Fuse Box Diagram

Power consumer
1ABS/ESP
2Radiator fan
3Cooling control system, ignition
4ABS/ESP
5Battery data module
6Ignition lock, starter