Skoda Superb Mk1 (2001-2008) Fuse Diagram

Fuse box diagram (fuse layout), location, and assignment of fuses Skoda Superb Mk1 (B5/Typ 3U) (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008).

Skoda Superb Mk1 (2001-2008)

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.
  • If a new fuse burns through again, consult a specialist immediately.


  • 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.
  • Use a screwdriver to take off the fuse cover.
  • 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.
  • Fit on the fuse cover again.

Passenger Compartment Fuse Box Diagram



Power consumerA
1Heatable windscreen washing nozzles5
2Turn signals10
3Not assigned
4Licence plate light5
5Instrument cluster - warning lights, seat heaters, cruise control system, exterior mirror adjustment, lighting of controls and switches, outside temperature display, air conditioning, audible parking aid, navigation system, multifunction steering wheel10
6Heating of the external mirror5
7ABS, EDS, ASR, ESP, cruise control system, engine electronics10
8Automatic headlight beam adjustment5
9Parking aid5
10CD changer, mobile phone, multifunction steering wheel5
11DVD player7.5
12Power supply for diagnostic socket10
13Brake lights10
14Central locking control unit, interior lighting10
15Instrument cluster, air conditioning, automatic gearbox, exterior mirror adjustment memory and navigation system10
17Two-way radio system, special vehicles (police etc.)10
18Right main beam10
19Left main beam10
20Low beam on the right15
21Low beam on the left15
22Parking light on the right5
23Parking light on the left5
24Windscreen washer system, windscreen wiper pump and intermittent switch25
25Fan for fresh air, the air conditioning unit, Climatronic30
26Rear window heating, recirculated air mode30
27Not assigned
28Fuel pump, diesel additional pump20
29Engine control20
30Electric sliding/tilting roof/DVD player20/7,5
31Reversing lights, cruise control system, automatic gearbox, automatic dimming interior mirror15
32Engine control, cruise control system20
33Cigarette lighter15
34Engine control15
35Trailer socket30
36Fog lights15
37Radio, navigation20
38Central locking system15
39Hazard warning light system15
41Not assigned
43Engine control15
44Seat heaters30

The power windows and the power seats 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.