If you cover more miles than most, you may find you need to refill your AdBlue tank in between services.
Topping up with AdBlue is a simple affair. It’s always a good idea to consult your car’s handbook first, but typically all you need to do is open the AdBlue filler cap, screw on the connecter of the refill bottle, then let the AdBlue drain into the tank. Many larger refill containers require a connecting nozzle, and you may want to buy one of these from a dealer if you’re a high-mileage driver, as larger refills can save you money in the long run.
Some cars require that you use the wheel brace to undo the AdBlue filling cap, and most require that you add a minimum amount (usually around three to five litres) when refilling, in order to remove the warning message from your car’s dashboard.
Jan. 6th, 2018