What is AdBlue®?
Many new diesel vehicles, including Ford Everest, now require the use of a Diesel Exhaust Fluid, commonly referred to as AdBlue®. This fluid is automatically injected into the vehicle’s exhaust system to help reduce oxides of nitrogen emitted from vehicle, in order to meet the latest Euro 5 emissions standards. AdBlue® is stored in a small tank and, just like diesel fuel, the driver must ensure that AdBlue® is kept topped up in their vehicle. Further information on AdBlue® can be found in the Everest Owner’s Manual.
3 steps to Filling up with AdBlue®1
Filling up your AdBlue® tank is simple. Check out the three steps below:
1. Look out for the AdBlue® message and warning light
If your AdBlue® level is low, a message will appear in the information display and a warning lamp will illuminate on your dashboard.
2. Locate the tank filler cap.
The AdBlue® tank filler neck is located next to the diesel fuel filler neck and has a blue cap.
3. Fill up using an AdBlue® container.
Fill the tank using an AdBlue® container. The capacity of the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (AdBlue®) tank is 18 litres.