DIESEL USERS WARNING
WARNING – DO NOT PUT ADBLUE INTO YOUR DIESEL FUEL TANK
AdBlue (trademarked name for diesel exhaust fluid). It is a liquid solution added to some diesel engines with selective catalytic reduction to lower nitrogen oxide emissions (it breaks down soot and unburnt fuel into water and nitrogen). So makes the vehicle better on the environment.
It is an additive that requires refills, just not as often as your diesel fuel. Without AdBlue most vehicles will refuse to start, or will work in a limp mode. Therefore you must monitor its levels. Most on board computers will notify you when low so you should have approximately 1000 km before refill is necessary.
This product can be purchased from some petrol stations, but please be aware that it DOES NOT go in the diesel fuel tank, it has its own location & only a specific amount is required. We are happy to do this for you so if in dealt leave it up to the experts and get your automotive technician to top it up.
Diesel users warning – if you happen to put petrol in your diesel tank or vica versa by accident. If you notice it at the pump PLEASE DONT TURN THE KEY. Get it on a tow truck immediately to your automotive repairer this fix is easier and cheaper. Another option could be for you to call Suckie Moto 0800 782 566 www.suckiemoto.co.nz (a mobile operator that can remove incorrect fuel in your tank). However if you drive the vehicle its another story. You will cause a lot of engine damage & expense.