AdBlue Locations

brookes2622brookes2622 Supporting Member
edited February 2017 in Fuel and Oil
It was discussed elsewhere about the difficulty of finding AdBlue servo's so I though I would sort of compile a bit of a list.

Firstly, I think it is available anywhere trucks are fueled so if your traveling that's a start.

I found these links:

http://s08.static-shell.com/content/dam/shell-new/local/country/aus/downloads/pdf/adblue-sitelisting-112015.pdf

https://www.caltex.com.au/find-a-caltex#open you need to filter on AdBlue

http://apps.nowwhere.com.au/BP/SiteLocator again you need to go into advanced and filter on AdBlue pump or packaged

Comments

  • chiselchisel Senior Member
    edited February 2017
    Not available on Fraser island.
    Friend of mine has an everest which started whinging about adblue being low on Fraser - no luck finding any. Turned out it was a common 'fault' with the everests (mis-read on sensor after offroading) and it didn't need any. I guess you could just go without, anyway ... right?
  • brookes2622brookes2622 Supporting Member
    edited February 2017
    Err no apparently if you run out you are dead in the water, unless you just leave the car running, but no AdBlue apparently no starting.
  • V6ROKV6ROK Member
    edited February 2017
    Err no apparently if you run out you are dead in the water, unless you just leave the car running, but no AdBlue apparently no starting.

    Correct!

    I've been purposley not putting any in to see what sort of alerts come on and today when i hit AddBlue Range >900km a new alert popped up on the center screen whilst driving, an audible sound and then the words "No Start in 900km"

    From >2,400kms every time you start up the below screen will appear

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    You can get rid of it by scrolloing through the screen

    Once you get too >1,000kms the below will appear every 7 seconds for 7 seconds

    IMG_2666.JPG

    This will alternate between your normal screen and the alert

    Next step is to put in 10lts

    You can also buy 10lt drums of AddBlue so if your on a long trip you can take one along just in case.
    Be aware that it is a corrosive liquid so don't spill it on your paint and it also has a shelf life.
  • V6ROKV6ROK Member
    edited February 2017
    It was discussed elsewhere about the difficulty of finding AdBlue servo's so I though I would sort of compile a bit of a list.

    Firstly, I think it is available anywhere trucks are fueled so if your traveling that's a start.

    I found these links:

    http://s08.static-shell.com/content/dam/shell-new/local/country/aus/downloads/pdf/adblue-sitelisting-112015.pdf

    https://www.caltex.com.au/find-a-caltex#open you need to filter on AdBlue

    http://apps.nowwhere.com.au/BP/SiteLocator again you need to go into advanced and filter on AdBlue pump or packaged

    In both the Caltex and BP apps you can do a filleted search for servo's near by
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