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  1. Fabia diagnostic socket location 
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    HI there, I'm new to the forum and looking for some help in locating the diag socket on my wifes 2002 1.4i fabia classic.
    She keeps getting the management light on periodically and I've purchased a scanner to pull of the diag codes but cannot locate the socket. Skoda have obviously done a good job of hiding it!!
    Thanks in advance to those of you willing to help me.
     

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    Hi if its like my father in laws the socket is behind the small storage compartment below and to the right side of the steering wheel. Just open it push in the catch inside at the top of the compartment, pull and it will open. The socket is right there.

    steve
     

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    Hi Steve

    many thanks , it was exactly as you described it's location. What a stupid place to hid a connector!!

    Thanks for your help. Ken
     

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