Adblue Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Fix

About AdBlue and SCR systems

AdBlue®, a water/urea-based operating fluid, is stored in a tank (like diesel fuel), however, unlike fuel it is not injected into the engine, but directly into a specially modified part of the vehicle’s exhaust. This begins a chemical reaction that removes the polluting oxides of nitrogen (NOx), converting them into harmless water and nitrogen in a process known as Selective Catalytic Reduction, or SCR for short. SCR is only applicable to diesel engines.

The AdBlue and SCR system is complex with an array of electronic sensors, modules and pumps, these systems can and do fail, and are expensive to maintain. If you’re reading this then chances are you have probably spent a few thousand with a garage already and still have the same faults.

Our AdBlue delete service will electronically disable the AdBlue system along with removing the associated dashboard lights and warning messages, as well as delivering the following benefits:

  • No more expensive unexpected bills.
  • No more limp mode due to AdBlue failure.
  • Eliminate the additional cost of constantly topping up with Adblue.




Before you choose to have your AdBlue deleted, be aware that this service is strictly provided as an off-road use-only product, driving your vehicle on the road with an AdBlue delete could possibly result in prosecution.