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Where are fuses and relays located in Skoda Octavia II

Location of fuses and relays in Skoda Octavia II. There are two main locations for the fuse boxes: one under the hood on the drivers side, one under the dashboard on the drivers side.

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pump relay location


From the Haynes repair manual:
'access to the relays can be obtained after removing the drivers side lower facia then remove the two plate screws (one either end) and lower the plate complete with relays'. Some relays are at the rear of the engine (the second box left to the nearside suspension strut) as your looking into the engine (under a cover)

The fuel pump works off of these fuses/relays:
Pin 5 goes to fuse no. 32
Pin 10 goes to fuse no. 34
Fuses are fed from relay no. 109

Hope this helps, a diagram of the footwell is here:

http://pics2.tdiclub.com/members/MIGOLFGLSTDI/footwell.jpg

Aug 30, 2014 | 2008 Skoda Octavia 1.9

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electric windows do not work all fuses have been tested and are OK


if fuses are good I would next locate the relays and try replacing that next remember there are usually 2 locations for fuses and relays check under the hood and under the dash

Apr 02, 2014 | 2008 Skoda Octavia 1.9

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what fuse no. is for the radio in skoda octavia 06


dear there is two fuse for radio < first fuse is at the back of the radio under the connection socket , the second fuse at side fuse box No. 27 10 A

Dec 15, 2013 | 2006 Skoda Octavia 1.4

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cant fine the fuse for my windows and sunroof 2001 f150 supercrew 4door lariat


moonroof relay and 30 amp fuse should be under the hood in the power distribution box.owners manual also can help you locate all fuses and relays location.

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My Skoda Octavia '97 lighter don't work.


The lighter socket has a separate fuse. I'm not really sure where the cockpit fuse panel is located in your model (didn't have myself), but I'm sure it should be documented in the owners manual.
Later models had the fuse panel at the left dashboard side which is accessible from the opened drivers door. (UK: possibly mirrored) I can imagine the early octavia still has the fuse panel under the dash either at drivers or passenger side. This was usual for a long time.

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