Question: Can I put AdBlue in myself?

Yes, you can top up with AdBlue® yourself. Every TotalEnergies service station sells standard 5L and 10L cans of AdBlue®. TotalEnergies is also gradually deploying special pumps for light vehicles. Never top up with a pump for heavy goods vehicles.

How much AdBlue do I put in?

5 litres should be enough to make sure your car will restart if youve run out completely. You may need a funnel depending on where the AdBlue filler cap is located (next to the fuel filler, in the boot, or under the bonnet) and the size or design of the AdBlue pack youve got.

How do I add AdBlue?

How to refill or top-up AdBlue®Locate the vehicles AdBlue® tank – it will either be beneath the bonnet, or next to the diesel filler cap. Attach an anti-spill nozzle to the AdBlue® container. Slowly refill the AdBlue® tank until it is full. •24 Dec 2019

Is AdBlue injected into the exhaust?

The AdBlue® is injected into the exhaust pipe between the engine and the SCR catalyst. When it heats up in the exhaust pipe, the AdBlue® decomposes into ammonia.

Can you put too much AdBlue in a car?

Do not overfill the AdBlue reservoir. On some cars, the AdBlue pump and circuitry are located on top of the tank, so overfilling risks moisture contamination that can damage the circuits.

Is it easy to add AdBlue?

Can drivers refill AdBlue themselves? Garages should refill AdBlue as part of a diesel cars routine servicing. However, its possible to refill a tank of AdBlue yourself. Some service stations have AdBlue dispensing pumps.

Can you do AdBlue yourself?

Yes, you can top up with AdBlue® yourself. Every TotalEnergies service station sells standard 5L and 10L cans of AdBlue®. TotalEnergies is also gradually deploying special pumps for light vehicles. Never top up with a pump for heavy goods vehicles.

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