BlueCat Adblue is for all Euro 6 Car Diesel car engines. If you are new to Adblue here are some frequently asked questions;
1. What is AdBlue and how does it work?
AdBlue is a solution composed of urea and de mineralised water. It is non-toxic, colourless, odourless and non-flammable.
AdBlue is injected into the engine’s exhaust gases, the nitrogen oxides in the exhaust are converted into harmless nitrogen and water vapour.
2.How Often does AdBlue need to be Topped up / replaced?
Your vehicle’s AdBlue tank will be topped up each time your vehicle is serviced. One litre of AdBlue will last for approximately 625 miles of driving.
3. How will I know when it is Time to Top up?
When the AdBlue supply is running low there will be a message reading ‘refill AdBlue’ will appear.
4. What happens if AdBlue runs out?
If you do not top up AdBlue you will see a message ‘Refill AdBlue Start no possible’ will appear. You will not be able to start the engine until AdBlue is refilled.
5. How do I refill the AdBlue tank?
AdBlue must only be poured into the vehicle’s separate AdBlue tank. AdBlue must not be mixed with any additives or diluted with water. In order to refill the AdBlue tank, your vehicle must be parked on a level surface in order to avoid fluctuations in capacity or overfilling which can cause damage.
6. Can I store a bottle that has been opened to use at a later date?
Yes, the shelf life of Adblue is 2 years. AdBlue must remain at a temperature between -11º C and +30º C preferably out of direct sunlight.
If you need any more information about AdBlue please contact ring on 01209 202949 from Monday – Friday 8:30 – 5:30, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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