Skoda Roomster (2006-2015) Fuse Diagram

Fuse box diagram (fuse layout), location, and assignment of fuses Skoda Roomster (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015).

Skoda Roomster (2006-2015)

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.

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

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

The fuses are located on the driver’s side of the dash panel behind the safety cover.

Passenger Compartment Fuse Box Location

  • Carefully swivel the cover in the direction of the arrow and pull it out.
  • Find out which fuse belongs to the component which is not operating.
  • Take the plastic clip out of its fixture in the fuse cover, insert it onto the respective fuse and pull out this fuse.
  • Defect fuses can be detected by their melted metal strips. Replace the defect fuse by a new fuse of the same ampere number.
  • Insert the fuse cover into the dash panel in such a way that the guide lugs are guided into the openings of the dash panel and then lock them by pressing.

Passenger Compartment Fuse Box Diagram

Power consumer
1S-contact
2START-STOP, air-conditioning system
3Instrument cluster, headlamp beam adjustment
4Control unit for ABS, button for START STOP
5Petrol engine: Speed regulating system
6Reversing light (manual gearbox)
7Ignition, engine control unit, automatic gearbox
8Brake pedal switch, clutch pedal switch
9Operating controls for the heating, control unit for air conditioning system, parking aid, control unit for cornering lights, radiator fan, washing nozzles
10Windscreen Wiper and Washer System
11Mirror adjustment
12Control unit for trailer detection
13Control unit for automatic gearbox
14Motor for halogen projector headlights with cornering light function
15PDA navigation system
16Electro-hydraulic power steering
17Light switch power supply
18Mirror heater
19S-contact
20Alarm
21Reversing light, fog lights with the function CORNER
22Operating controls for the heating, control unit for air conditioning system, parking aid, mobile phone, instrument cluster, steering angle sender, ESC, vehicle voltage control unit, multifunction steering wheel
23Interior lighting, storage compartment and luggage compartment, side lights
24Central control unit
25Seat heaters
26Rear window wiper
27Telephone preinstallation
28Petrol engine: AKF valve, Diesel engine: Control flap
29Injection, coolant pump
30Fuel pump, ignition, Cruise control system, operation of PTC relay
31Lambda probe
32High pressure fuel pump, pressure valve
33Engine control unit
34Engine control unit, vacuum pump
35Daytime running lights/radio for vehicles with START-STOP
36Main beam
37Rear fog light, DC/DC converter START-STOP
38Fog lights
39Air blower for heating
40-41Not assigned
42Rear window heater
43Horn
44Windscreen wipers
45Central control unit for convenience system
46Engine control unit, fuel pump
47Cigarette lighter, power socket in the luggage compartment
48ABS, START-STOP (DC/DC) converter, ESC
49Turn signal lights, brake lights
50START-STOP (DC/DC) transformer, radio
51Electrical power window (front and rear) - left side
52Electrical power window (front and rear) - right side
53Parking light = left side, electrical sliding/tilting roof
54START-STOP (instrument cluster), alarm
55Control unit for automatic gearbox
56Headlight cleaning system, parking light - right side
57Left low beam, headlight range adjustment
58Low beam on the right

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Engine Compartment Fuse Box

Manual gearbox, automatic gearbox DSG

Engine Compartment Fuse Box Location (MT, DSG)

  • Press the securing clips on the fuse box cover together at the same time in the direction of arrow A and remove the cover in the direction of arrow B.
  • Release the fixtures in the openings C using a flat screwdriver and fold the cover upwards in direction of arrow D.

Engine Compartment Fuse Box Diagram (MT, DSG)

  № Power consumer
1Generator
2Not assigned
3Interior
4Electrical auxiliary heating system
5Interior
6Glow plugs, radiator fan
7Electro-hydraulic power steering
8ABS or TCS or ESC
9Radiator fan
10Automatic gearbox
11ABS or TCS or ESC
12Central control unit
13Electrical auxiliary heating system

Automatic gearbox

Engine Compartment Fuse Box Location (AT)

  • Open the positive terminal cover (+) – left.
  • Press onto the interlocks of the fuse covers (A) on the right 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 (AT)

Power consumerAmperes
1Dynamo175
2Interior80
3Electrical auxiliary heating system60
4ESP40
5Electrohydraulic power steering50
6Glow plugs50
7ESP25
8The radiator fan30
9Air conditioning system5
10ABS40
11Central control unit5
12Automatic gearbox
Electrical auxiliary heating system
5
40