Skoda Fabia I (1999-2007) Fuse Diagram

Fuse box diagram (fuse layout), location, and assignment of fuses Skoda Fabia Mk1 (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007).

Skoda Fabia I (1999-2007)

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.
  • Defect fuses can be detected by their melted metal strips. Replace the defect fuse by a new fuse of the same ampere number.

The power windows are protected by automatic circuit breakers which switch on again automatically after a few seconds after the overload has been eliminated – e.g. frozen windows.

Certain electrical components are only standard on certain vehicle model versions or only suppliable as optional equipment for certain models.


  • 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

The fuses are located on the left side of the dash panel behind the safety cover.

Passenger Compartment Fuse Box Location

  • Switch the ignition off and also the electrical component affected.
  • Set the screwdriver under the safety cover (on the recess in the safety cover), lever it up carefully in the direction of the arrow (A), and take it out in the direction of the arrow (B).

Passenger Compartment Fuse Box Diagram

Power consumerA
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 (*a)5
11Electrically adjustable rear mirror (*b)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 (*c)5
19Automatic gearbox10
20Control unit for lamp failure5
21Heated windscreen washer nozzles5
22Not assigned-
23Right main beam10
24Engine electronics10
25Control unit for ABS, TCS control unit for ESP5 10
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
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
a) 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.
b) For vehicles with an electrical power window system
c) It is 15 amps for a vehicle with a 1.2 litre engine.


Engine Compartment Fuse Box

There is a further box of fuses in the engine compartment on the battery. We recommend that you have these fuses replaced by a Skoda dealer.

Engine Compartment Fuse Box Location

  • Open the positive terminal cover (+).
  • Press onto the interlocks of the fuse covers (A) and open the covers.
  • Press together the interlocks of the fuse cover (B) simultaneously and push out the cover in the direction of the arrow.

Engine Compartment Fuse Box Diagram

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