When do you need to top up the AdBlue® tank?
AdBlue® consumption depends on your driving style. The instrument panel will alert you by means of a warning light, a symbol or a message when your car needs an AdBlue® refill.
We advise you to top up with AdBlue® regularly, especially before long journeys.
If the AdBlue® tank is empty, you will be unable to start the engine!
How do you fill up with AdBlue® ?
You can fill up yourself following this simple procedure, or contact our Service Network.
Always remember to refer to the full instructions provided in your Owner Handbook
If the AdBlue® level is low, the warning light or symbol illuminates and a message advises you to top up with at least 5 litres of AdBlue®.
The cap is next to the fuel filler cap, but in some models it could be in the engine compartment.
You can fill up using a filling pump, can or bottle. Remember always to fill the tank with at least 5 litres of AdBlue® If AdBlue® spills out of the filler neck, clean the area thoroughly and continue filling; if the liquid crystallises, remove it with a sponge and warm water.
After filling up, with the ignition device in the MAR/RUN/ON position, wait for the warnings on the display to go out before starting the engine. If the reservoir was empty before filling up with AdBlue®, you may need to wait for up to 2 minutes.
Follow the instructions on the label of the container.