ADBlue Removal

ADBlue Removal in Angus Scotland Brand Autos

AdBlue, also known as Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), is a chemical liquid utilized in Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) to lower the levels of NOx in diesel vehicles. This liquid, which consists of urea and demineralized water, is injected into the exhaust system just before the SCR catalyst. This process initiates a chemical reaction inside the SCR Catalyst, which converts NOx into Nitrogen and Water Vapor. Vehicle manufacturers introduced AdBlue to meet the strict emission targets set by government entities.

The AdBlue and SCR system comprises various electronic sensors, modules, and pumps, making it a rather intricate system that can malfunction and entail costly upkeep. A vehicle that is frequently driven will consume significant amounts of AdBlue, necessitating regular refills of the tank.

Our AdBlue delete service involves the electronic deactivation of the AdBlue system, as well as the removal of any dashboard indicators or warning messages. Typically, deactivating the AdBlue system entails reprogramming the engine management system. However, certain vehicles may require an electronic unit to be hardwired into the vehicle.

Our AdBlue delete service is strictly sold as an off-road use only product, driving your vehicle on the road with an AdBlue delete could result in prosecution. Our HGV and Agricultural AdBlue service is to be used only for vehicles which are to be exported outside of the European Union. It is your responsibility to declare your modification to the relevant authorities. 

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