What is AdBlue?

Many new diesel vehicles, including Ford Everest, and 2.0L Transit & Transit Customs, 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 emissions of nitrogen oxide.

AdBlue is stored in a small tank and, just like diesel fuel, must be kept topped up by the driver. Further information on AdBlue can be found in the Owner’s Manual here.

If you cover more kilometres than most or have a regular drive cycle with lots of short, stop start trips, you may find you need to refill your AdBlue tank in between services. You’ll be reminded in plenty of time to do this by messages on the dashboard.

Important: Be warned that your car won’t start if you fail to refill the AdBlue tank before it runs completely dry.

For further information on AdBlue, also including how to fill the AdBlue tank, please visit https://www.ford.com.au/owners/service/ad-blue/

Note: Not all diesel Ford vehicles use AdBlue. Speak to your local dealership for more information.

Additional Information

How Much AdBlue Does A Vehicle Consume?
Where Can I Buy AdBlue?
Who do I Contact If I am Having Vehicle Issues?