Škoda Fabia NJ Fuse box

Years of production: 2015 2016 2017 2018

Skoda is a name that provides elegance and performance on the wheels. Numerous models have been equipped with class apart features. The Skoda Fabia NJ was unveiled at Paris Motor Show 2014, and the production started from the 2015 model year till 2018.

Skoda Fabia NJ: Third Generation

This is the third generation Fabia that holds some of the core updates in the core body. When it comes to small cars, the Skoda Fabia holds the place for an efficient one that has safety as well as performance-oriented features. apart from that when you are getting the attractive design of a compact hatchback, and then it becomes a good option.

This NJ has won some of the awards such as the best small car and best overall car for the year 2015. However, the models launched have different technical upgrades and revisions that provide adequate quality to this compact car. The chassis of this model is 90 mm wider and 30 mm lower, which in turn provides more boot space with optimal legroom for both driver and passengers. This is also due to the increased wheelbase. Apart from that, the substantial decrease in the weight of this model makes it quite simplistic. The threat of overloading with the design is suppressed.

This is equipped with class part technology of the Front assist safety system, which effectively provides a warning to the driver when it senses the possibility of any collision. This is by far the best safety standard included in a compact car. When it comes to ratings, the third-generation Skoda Fabia has overall five out of five ratings in different compatibility factors. When it comes to safety norms from Euro NCAP, for the adult and child occupant it acquires 81% points which are quite good in this segment. If you are looking for safety as the foremost measure, then this is going to be your compact car to opt for.

Dash panel

Škoda Fabia NJ Fuse box dash panel

The fuses are located on the bottom of the dash panel behind a cover.

Replacing fuses

  • Remove the ignition key, turn off the lights and all electrical consumers.
  • Remove the cover of the fuse box » Fig. 201 in the direction of the arrow.
  • Remove the plastic clip from the holder in the fuse box cover.
  • Use the clip to pull the fuse out, then insert a new fuse.
  • Replace the clamp in the original position.
  • Insert the top edge of the cover into the dash panel first.
  • Push the lower edge of the cover in the region
No.Power consumer
1Left parking light, parking light, high-mounted brake light
2Central locking, front and rear window washer system (only with KESSYor ACC)
4Right-hand light, rear fog light, license plate light
5Power windows - driver
6Interior lighting
8Towing hitch - left light
9Operating lever beneath the steering wheel, engine control unit (only without KESSY), automatic gearbox (only without KESSY), selector lever of the automatic transmission (only without KESSY), ESC (only without KESSY), towing equipment (only without KESSY), power steering (only without KESSY)
10Power windows - rear left
11Headlight cleaning system
12Infotainment display
1312 volt socket in luggage compartment
14Operating lever under the steering wheel, light switch, ignition key removal lock (automatic transmission), diagnostic connector, headlight flasher, SmartGate, rain sensor, light sensor, reversing camera
15Air conditioning, automatic transmission
16Instrument cluster
17Anti-theft alarm, horn
18Not assigned
19Not assigned
20Not assigned
21Not assigned
22Front and rear window washer system (only without KESSY or without ACC)
23Not assigned
24Blower fan for the air conditioning system, heating, air conditioning, heating
25Not assigned
26Heated front seats
27Rear window wiper
28Not assigned
30Electric windows, light switches,reversing light switch, exterior mirrors, feed for the central toolbar, feed for the side toolbar, rear view mirror, air-conditioning system, park assist
31Fuel pump, radiator fan, cruise control, front and rear window washer, engine start
32Diagnostic connector, headlight range adjustment
33Clutch pedal switch
34Heated windscreen washer jets
35Not assigned
36Heated front seats
38Not assigned
39Electrical auxiliary heating system
40Not assigned
41Rear window heating
42Power windows - front passenger
43Trailer device - electrical outlet
44Cigarette lighter, 12-volt power socket
45Power windows - rear right
46Front and rear window washer, operating lever under the steeringwheel
47Trailer device - electrical outlet
48Towing hitch - right light
49Fuel pump
51Heating of the external mirror
53KESSY steering lock
54Not assigned
55Heated front seats
56Not assigned
57Not assigned
58Not assigned
59Not assigned

Fuses in the engine compartment

Škoda Fabia NJ Fuse box fuses in the engine compartment

Replacing fuses

  • Remove the ignition key, turn off the lights and all electrical consumers.
  • Press together the lock buttons of the cover simultaneously in the direction of arrow 1 and remove the cover in the direction of arrow 2 » Fig. 203.
  • Remove the plastic clip from the holder on the cover of the fuse box in the dash panel.
  • Replace the defective fuse.
  • Replace the cover, push the lock buttons of the cover together and lock.
  • Replace the clamp in the original position.
No.Power consumer
1Radiator fan
2Glow plug system
4Electrical auxiliary heating system
5Electrical auxiliary heating system
6Automatic gearbox
7Engine control system
8Windscreen wipers
9Battery data module
10ABS or ESC
11Not assigned
12Injectors, valve for fuel metering, control valve for oil pressure, valve for exhaust gas recirculation cooler
13Brake pedal switch
14Fuel pump, coolant pump
15Engine control system
17Engine control system
18Additional electrical heating, radiator fan, wastegate, oil temperature sensor, valve for activated charcoal filter, valve for intake manifold
19Lambda probe
20Preheating unit, crankcase ventilation heating, ignition coils
All Škoda Fabia NJ info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Škoda Fabia NJ (2015-2018) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
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