What is AdBlue / SCR ( Selective Catalytic Reduction)?
AdBlue / SCR is an emission based exhaust after-treatment system, designed to lower NOx emissions.
What is done when doing an AdBlue delete?
We disable the AdBlue function from the ECU, in some cases we also need to disconnect the Adblue control module. With this function disabled there will be no more warning lights, limp mode or even worse, no start condition.
How does AdBlue work?
In short – The AdBlue / SCR System is made up from lots of components, AdBlue Tank, AdBlue Pump, AdBlue Injector, SCR Catalytic Converter. The system is controlled by the ECU / DCU and is monitored by many sensors which are very expensive to replace if faulty. UREA is injected into the SCR filter which in turn causes a chemical reaction converting NOx gases into a Nitrogen / water vapour.
Do you have AdBlue Issues?
It is very common for AdBlue faults to cause a non start condition, if this is the case and your Car or van is in a situation where it will not start or the vehicle is in limp mode with warning lights on the dash, we are able to provide our AdBlue delete service on a mobile basis.