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Skoda Yeti (2017 year). Instruction - part 11

 

 

No.

Consumer

27

Panoramic tilt / slide sunroof, electric operation of sun blinds

28

Fuel pump, injectors, AdBlue

®

 heating

29

Electric windows - front, outside mirror - Heating, fold-in function,
Adjusting the mirror surface

30

12 volt power outlet - front and rear

31

Headlight cleaning system

32

Heated front seats

33

Heating, air conditioning, Climatronic, remote control for auxiliary
heating

34

Car alarm, reserve horn

35

Automatic gearbox

36

Tow hitch

Fuses in the engine compartment

Fig. 195 
Distribution board cover.

Read and observe   and   on page 167 first.

With some equipment, the battery cover must be opened before removing the
cover for the fuse box 

» page 148

.

Replacing fuses

Turn the securing bracket 

A

 

» Fig. 195

 in direction of the arrow. The symbol

is displayed behind the catches. .

Remove the cover.

Replace the appropriate fuse.

Replace the cover on the fuse box and the safety clip 

A

 move against the

arrow. The symbol is displayed behind the catches .

CAUTION

The cover of the fuse box in the engine compartment must always be used
correctly, otherwise water may penetrate into the fuse box – there is a risk of
damage to the vehicle!

Fuse arrangement in the engine compartment

Fig. 196 
Fuses

Read and observe   and   on page 167 first.

No.

Consumer

1

Not assigned

2

Automatic gearbox, AdBlue control system

3

Battery data module

4

ABS

5

Automatic gearbox

6

Not assigned

7

Power supply for terminal 15, starter

8

Radio, instrument cluster, telephone

9

Not assigned

10

Engine control system

11

Aux. heating and ventilation

12

Databus

13

Engine control system

14

Ignition

15

Lambda probe, fuel pump, glow plug system

16

Right headlight, right taillight

17

Horn

169

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No.

Consumer

18

Music amplifier

19

Windscreen wipers

20

Control valve for fuel pressure, high pressure pump

21

Lambda probe

22

Clutch pedal switch, brake pedal switch

23

Coolant pump, loading pressure control valve, switchover valve for
radiator, fuel pump

24

Active charcoal filter, exhaust gas recirculation valve, radiator fan

25

ABS

26

Left front headlight, left taillight

27

Glow plug system

28

Windscreen heater

29

Power to the internal fuse carrier (fuses no. 24,27,31,32), electrically
adjustable seats

30

Terminal X

a)

a)

In order not to drain the battery unnecessarily when starting the engine, the electrical components of
this terminal are automatically switched off.

Bulbs

Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:
Bulb arrangement in the front headlights

171

Changing bulbs for low and main beam (Halogen headlights)

171

Remove protective guard for foglights

171

Protective grille for removing fog lights- plug for Park Assist sensor

172

Changing light bulbs for fog lights

172

Changing the bulb for the licence plate light

173

Removing/installing taillights

173

Replacing the bulbs in the taillight assembly

174

We recommend having bulbs replaced by a specialist garage or seeking other
expert help in the event of any uncertainties.

Switch off the ignition and all of the lights before replacing a bulb.

Faulty bulbs must only be replaced with the same type of bulbs. The designa-
tion is located on the light socket or the glass bulb.

We recommend having the headlight settings checked by a specialist garage
after replacing a bulb in the low, high or fog beam.
In the case of failure of a Xenon gas discharge bulb or an LED diode, visit a
specialist garage.

WARNING

Always read and observe the warnings before completing any work in the

engine compartment 

» page 142

.

Accidents can be caused if the road in front of the vehicle is not suffi-

ciently illuminated and the vehicle cannot or can only be seen with difficul-
ty by other road users.

Bulbs H7 and H4 are pressurised and may burst when changed - there is a

risk of injury. We therefore recommended wearing gloves and safety
glasses when changing a bulb.

Do not carry out any work on the Xenon gas discharge lamps - risk of

death!

CAUTION

Do not take hold of the glass bulb with naked fingers (even the smallest
amount of dirt reduces the working life of the light bulb). Use a clean cloth,
napkin, or similar.

Note

This Owner's Instruction only describes the replacement of bulbs where it is pos-

sible to replace the bulbs on your own without any complications arising. Other
bulbs must be replaced by a specialist garage.

We recommend that a box of replacement bulbs always be carried in the ve-

hicle.

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Bulb arrangement in the front headlights

Fig. 197 
Left headlight

Read and observe   and   on page 170 first.

Bulb arrangement 

» Fig. 197

Low beam with halogen bulb or Xenon gas discharge bulb
Main beam

Changing bulbs for low and main beam (Halogen headlights)

Fig. 198  Replacing the bulb for low beam and main beam

Read and observe   and   on page 170 first.

Turn the respective protective cap 

» Fig. 197

 on page 171 counter-clockwise

and remove.

When removing the cap, make sure that this does not fall into the engine com-
partment.

Disconnect the relevant connector with the light bulb in the direction of ar-
row 

1

 

» Fig. 198

.

A
B

Remove the connector to the bulb in the direction of arrow 

2

.

Remove the connector.

Insert the connector with the new bulb so that the fixing lug 

A

 fits on the

bulb

» Fig. 198

 into the recess on the reflector.

Insert the respective protective cap 

» Fig. 197

 on page 171 and rotate it clock-

wise until it stops.

Note

We recommend you have the bulb replacement performed by a specialist ga-
rage.

Remove protective guard for foglights

Fig. 199  Guard: Version 1/version 2

Read and observe   and   on page 170 first.

Undo the protective grille in the direction of the arrow 

» Fig. 199

 using the

clamp for removing the wheel trims.

Remove the protective grille.

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Protective grille for removing fog lights- plug for Park Assist
sensor

Fig. 200  Guard: Version 1/version 2

Fig. 201  Remove the plug

Read and observe   and   on page 170 first.

Remove the plastic cover for the guard in the arrow direction 

» Fig. 200

 using

the bow to pull the full wheel covers.

Remove the remaining part of the grille.

Pull the latch out of the connector in the direction of arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 201

.

Undo the latch on the connector in the direction of arrow 

2

.

Remove the key in the direction of the arrow 

3

.

Insertion of the ashtray takes place in reverse order.

Changing light bulbs for fog lights

Fig. 202  Remove the number plate light / replace the bulb

Read and observe   and   on page 170 first.

First remove the grille for the fog lights and before changing bulbs 

» Fig. 199

on page 171 and / or 

» Fig. 200

 on page 172.

Removing the headlight

Unscrew the screws 

A

» Fig. 202

 with the screwdriver from the tool kit.

Remove the headlight in the direction of arrow 

1

.

Remove the headlight in the direction of arrow 

2

.

Replacing the light bulb

Pull the plug on the lamp base.

Turn the socket with the bulb to the stop in the direction of the arrow

3

» Fig. 202

.

Insert the new bulb into the headlight and turn counter to the direction of
arrow 

3

 as far as the stop.

Attach the connector on the lamp base.

Refit the headlight and grille

Replace the fog light by inserting it in the opposite direction of the arrow 

2

» Fig. 202

 and tighten.

Attach the connector on guard carefully 

» Fig. 201

 on page 172

1)

.

Insert the protective grille and press it in.

Replace the plastic cover and press into the guard 

» Fig. 200

 on page 172

1 )

.

The protective grille must engage firmly.

1)

Applies to vehicles with parking assistance system.

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CAUTION

For vehicles with parking assistance, we recommend that after changing the
light bulb in the fog lights, the system is checked by a specialist.

Changing the bulb for the licence plate light

Fig. 203  Remove / replace the bulb for the number plate light

Read and observe   and   on page 170 first.

Open the boot lid.

Push the light in the direction of arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 203

 until it comes loose.

Swivel out the lamp in the direction of the arrow 

2

 and remove it.

Remove the faulty bulb from the holder in the direction of the arrow 

3

.

Insert a new bulb into the holder.

Reinsert the lamp in the opposite direction to the arrow 

1

.

Push on the light until the spring clicks into place.

Close the boot lid.

Removing/installing taillights

Fig. 204  Remove light / pull out connector

Read and observe   and   on page 170 first.

Removing

Open the boot lid.

Use the screwdriver from the tool kit to unscrew the lamp 

» Fig. 204

.

Grasp the light and carefully remove with shaky movements in the direction
of arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 204

.

Disconnect the plug connection by pressing the catches in direction of arrow

2

 and by pulling them in direction of arrow 

3

.

Fitting

Insert the connector into the light and lock it securely.

Insert the light into the mounts in the body 

» Fig. 204

.

Carefully press the light into the body so that the bolts 

1

 

» Fig. 205

 on

page 174 or 

» Fig. 206

 on page 174 on the light engage into the mounts on

the body

» 

.

Screw the light with the screws into place 

» Fig. 204

.

Close the boot lid.

CAUTION

Ensure that the vehicle paintwork and the tail lamp are not damaged when re-
moving and installing the tail lamp.

173

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Replacing the bulbs in the taillight assembly

Fig. 205  Inner part of the light: Ground light

Fig. 206  Inner part of the light: Light with LED diodes

Read and observe   and   on page 170 first.

Ground light

With the spanner from the vehicle tools unscrew the securing screw 

A

» Fig. 205

.

Unlock the bulb holder using the locking latches in the areas 

» Fig. 205

marked with arrows and remove the bulb holder from the light.

Turn the respective bulb 

B

 until it stops counter-clockwise and remove it

from the bulb holder.

Insert a new bulb 

B

 into the holder and turn in a clockwise direction to the

stop.

Pull bulb 

C

 out of the socket and insert a new bulb.

Insert the lamp holder in the lamp and screw in the locking screw 

A

» Fig. 205

 .

Light with LED diodes

Unlock the bulb holder using the locking latches in the areas 

» Fig. 206

marked with arrows and remove the bulb holder from the light.

Turn the respective light bulb 

» Fig. 206

 until it stops counter-clockwise and

remove it from the bulb holder.

Insert a new bulb into the holder and turn in a clockwise direction to the
stop.

Insert the lamp holder in the lamp until it is secure.

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Technical data

Technical data

Basic vehicle data

Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:
Vehicle data

175

Operating weight

176

Payload

176

Measurement of fuel consumption and CO

2

 emissions according to ECE

Regulations and EU Directives

177

Dimensions

178

Angle and gradeability

179

The details given in the vehicle's technical documentation always take prece-
dence over the details in the Owner's Instruction.
The performance values listed were determined without performance-reduc-
ing equipment, e.g. air conditioning system.
The values given have been determined in accordance with regulations and in
conditions prescribed by legal or technical provisions for determining the oper-
ating and technical data of vehicles.
The values listed are for the basic model without optional equipment.

Vehicle data

Fig. 207  Vehicle data sticker/type plate

Vehicle data sticker
The vehicle data sticker 

» Fig. 207

 -  is located on the base of the luggage

compartment and is also stuck into the Owner's Instruction.
The vehicle data sticker contains the following data.

Vehicle identification number (VIN)
Vehicle type
Gearbox code/paint number/interior equipment/engine output/engine
code
Partial vehicle description
Approved tyre diameter in inches

1)

The approved tyres and rim sizes for your vehicle are listed in the vehicle's
technical documentation (the so called COC document) and this also states the
declaration of conformity.

Type plate
The type plate 

» Fig. 207

 -  is located at the bottom of the B-pillar on the

right driver's side.
The type plate contains the following data.

Vehicle manufacturers
Vehicle identification number (VIN)
Maximum permissible gross weight
Maximum permissible towed weight (towing vehicle and trailer)

1

2
3

4
5

6

7

8
9

1)

Only valid for some countries.

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Maximum permissible front axle load
Maximum permissible rear axle load

Vehicle identification number (VIN)
The vehicle identification number - VIN (vehicle body number) is stamped into
the engine compartment on the right hand suspension strut dome. This num-
ber is also located on a sign on the lower left hand edge below the windscreen
(together with a VIN bar code), and on the type plate.

Engine number
The engine number (three-digit identifier and serial number) is stamped on the
engine block.

Supplementary Information (applies to Russia)
The full type approval number of the means of transport is indicated in the
registration documents, field 17.

Maximum permissible trailer weight
The listed maximum permissible trailer weight is only valid for altitudes up to
1000 m above sea level.
The engine output falls as altitude increases, as does the vehicle's climbing
power. Therefore, for every additional 1000 m in height (or part), the maximum
permissible towed weight must be reduced by 10%.
The towed weight is made up of the actual weights of the loaded towing vehi-
cle and the loaded trailer.

WARNING

Do not exceed the specified maximum permissible weights – risk of acci-
dent and damage!

Operating weight

This value is only a guide value and corresponds to the lowest possible operat-
ing weight without further weight-reducing equipment (e.g. air conditioning,
spare wheel etc.). It also includes a weight allowance for the driver (75 kg), the
weight of the operating fluids, the tool kit and a fuel tank filled to 90 % ca-
pacity.

10

11

Operating weight

Engine

Transmission

Operating weight (kg)

1.2 ltr./81 kW TSI

MG

1340

DSG

1360

1.4 ltr./92 kW TSI

MG

1355

DSG

1380

1.4 ltr./110 kW TSI

MG 4x4

1471

DSG 4x4

1496

1.6 l./81 kW MPI

MG

1320

AG

1345

1.8 ltr./112 kW TSI

DSG 4x4

1540

2.0 ltr./81 kW TDI CR

MG (EU4)

1420

MG (EU6)

1452

MG 4x4

1550

2.0 ltr./103 kW TDI CR

MG 4x4

1535

DSG 4x4

1560

2.0 ltr./110 kW TDI CR

MG

1486

MG 4x4

1565

DSG 4x4

1585

Note

If required, you can find out the precise weight of your vehicle at a specialist
garage.

Payload

It is possible to calculate the approximate maximum payload from the differ-
ence between the permissible total weight and the operating weight.
The payload consists of the following weights.

The weight of the passengers.

The weight of all items of luggage and other loads.

The weight of the roof, including the roof rack system.

The weight of the equipment that is excluded from the operating weight.

The trailer drawbar load when towing a trailer (max. 80 kg or 85 kg for vehi-
cles 4x4 with the 2.0 l / 103 kW TDI CR and 2.0 l / 110 kW TDI CR engine).

176

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Measurement of fuel consumption and CO

2

 emissions according to

ECE Regulations and EU Directives

The data on fuel consumption and CO

2

 emissions were not available at the

time of going to press.
The data on fuel consumption and CO

2

 emissions are given on the ŠKODA

websites or in the sales and technical vehicle documentation.
The measurement of the intra-urban cycle begins with a cold start of the en-
gine. Afterwards urban driving is simulated.
In the extra-urban driving cycle, the vehicle is accelerated and decelerated in
all gears, corresponding to daily routine driving conditions. The driving speed
varies between 0 and 120 km/h.
The calculation of the combined fuel consumption considers a weighting of
about 37 % for the intra-urban cycle and 63 % for the extra-urban cycle.

Note

The emission and fuel consumption figures given on the ŠKODA websites or

in the commercial and technical vehicle documentation have been established
in accordance with rules and under conditions that are set out by statutory or
technical rules for the determination of operational and technical data of mo-
tor vehicles.

Depending on the extent of the equipment, the driving style, traffic condi-

tions, weather influences and vehicle condition, consumption values can in
practice result in fuel economy figures in the use of the vehicle that differ from
the fuel consumption values listed on the ŠKODA websites or in the commer-
cial and technical vehicle documentation.

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Dimensions

Fig. 208  Vehicle dimensions

Vehicle dimensions for operating weight without driver (in mm)

» Fig. 208

Specification

Yeti

Yeti Outdoor

A

Height

1691

B

Front track

1541

C

Width

1793

D

Rear track

1537

E

Width including exterior mirror

1956

F

Clearance

180

G

Wheel base

2578

H

Length

4222

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Angle and gradeability

Fig. 209  Overhang angle and ramp angle / slope angle

Angle 

» Fig. 209

Overhang angle, front
Ramp angle

A
B

Overhang angle, rear
Pitch angle / climbing ability

The departure angle values indicate the maximum incline of a slope, up which
the vehicle can drive at a slow speed without the bumper or underbody mak-
ing contact with the slope. The values listed correspond to the maximum axle
load, front or back.
The ramp angle indicates the value to which the vehicle can travel at a slow
speed on a ramp without setting the underbody on the ramp edge.
TheIncline / gradeability indicates the value to which the vehicle can drive up
a slope on its own (Independent of the road surface and engine power). The
height gained over a distance of 100 m (slope) is specified in percent or de-
grees.

C

D

Engine

Transmission

Front overhang angle (°)

Rear overhang angle (°)

Ramp angle (°)

Slope angle (°) / climbing

ability (%)

1.2 ltr./81 kW TSI

MG

19 / 17.1

a)

32/30

a)

19.6 / 17.2

a)

24/44

DSG

19 / 17.1

a)

32/30

a)

19.6 / 17.2

a)

25/47

(26/49)

a)

1.4 ltr./92 kW TSI

MG

19

32

19.6

27/52

DSG

19

32

19.6

29/55

1.4 ltr./110 kW TSI

MG 4x4

19

32

19.6

30/57

DSG 4x4

19

32

19.6

31/61

1.6 l./81 kW MPI

MG

19

32

19.6

22/40

AG

19

32

19.6

45/100

1.8 ltr./112 kW TSI

DSG 4x4

19

32

19.6

29/55

2.0 ltr./81 kW TDI CR

MG (EU4, EU5)

19

32

19.6

29/55

MG (EU6)

19/18

a)

32 / 25.5

a)

19.6 / 18.2

a)

29/55

(31/59)

a)

MG 4x4

19

32

19.6

35/69

2.0 ltr./103 kW TDI CR

MG 4x4

19

32

19.6

31/60

DSG 4x4

19

32

19.6

31/60

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Engine

Transmission

Front overhang angle (°)

Rear overhang angle (°)

Ramp angle (°)

Slope angle (°) / climbing

ability (%)

2.0 ltr./110 kW TDI CR

MG

19

32

19.6

41/86

MG 4x4

19

32

19.6

39/80

DSG 4x4

19

32

19.6

38/77

a)

Applies to vehicles with tyre size 205/55 R 16.

180

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Vehicle-specific data depending on the engine

Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:
1.2 ltr. / 81 kW TSI engine

181

1.4 l/92 kW TSI engine

181

1.4 l/110 kW TSI engine

182

1.6 l/81 kW MPI engine

182

1.8 ltr./112 kW TSI engine

182

2.0 ltr./81 kW TDI CR engine

183

2.0 ltr./103 kW TDI CR engine

183

2.0 ltr./110 kW TDI CR engine

183

The values given have been determined in accordance with regulations and in conditions prescribed by legal or technical provisions for determining the operat-
ing and technical data of vehicles.
The emissions standard is detailed in the technical vehicle documentation as well as in the certificate of conformity (COC document), which can be obtained from
a ŠKODA partner

a)

.

a)

Only valid for some countries and some models.

1.2 ltr. / 81 kW TSI engine

Output (kW/rpm)

81 / 4600-5600

Maximum torque (Nm at 1/min)

175 / 1400-4000

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

4/1197

Transmission

MG

DSG

Top speed (km/h)

179

178

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

10.9

11.4

1.4 l/92 kW TSI engine

Output (kW/rpm)

92 / 5000-6000

Maximum torque (Nm at 1/min)

200 / 1400-4000

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

4/1395

Transmission

MG

DSG

Top speed (km/h)

187

186

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

9.9

10.1

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1.4 l/110 kW TSI engine

Output (kW/rpm)

110 / 5000-6000

Maximum torque (Nm at 1/min)

250 / 1500-3500

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

4/1395

Transmission

MG 4x4

DSG 4x4

Top speed (km/h)

195

191

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

8.7

8.9

1.6 l/81 kW MPI engine

Output (kW/rpm)

81/5800

Maximum torque (Nm at 1/min)

155/3800

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

4/1598

Transmission

MG

AG

Top speed (km/h)

175

172

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

11.8

13.3

1.8 ltr./112 kW TSI engine

Output (kW/rpm)

112 / 4300-6200

Maximum torque (Nm at 1/min)

250 / 1500-4500

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

4/1789

Transmission

DSG 4x4

Top speed (km/h)

192

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

9.0

182

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2.0 ltr./81 kW TDI CR engine

Output (kW/rpm)

MG (EU4, EU5)

81/4200

MG (EU6), MG 4x4

81/3500

Maximum torque (Nm at 1/min)

MG (EU4, EU5)

250 / 1500-2500

MG (EU6), MG 4x4

250 / 1750-3000

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

4/1968

Transmission

MG (EU4, EU5)

MG (EU6)

MG 4x4

Top speed (km/h)

177

179

175

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

11.6

11.7

12.2

2.0 ltr./103 kW TDI CR engine

Output (kW/rpm)

103/4200

Maximum torque (Nm at 1/min)

320 / 1750-2500

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

4/1968

Transmission

MG 4x4

DSG 4x4

Top speed (km/h)

190

187

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

9.9

10.2

2.0 ltr./110 kW TDI CR engine

Output (kW/rpm)

110/3500

Maximum torque (Nm at 1/min)

340 / 1750-3000

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

4/1968

Transmission

MG

MG 4x4

DSG 4x4

Top speed (km/h)

199

195

192

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

9.0

9.1

9.2

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