Jeep® Owners Information

Your car's new environment-friendly technology

New diesel engines have an SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) catalytic converter which uses AdBlue® to limit nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions.

AdBlue® is not a fuel additive; it is a water and urea solution kept in a special tank, which must be refilled periodically when required. This technology ensures compliance with Diesel emission requirements without reducing your car's fuel-efficiency, handling, torque and power.

AdBlue® is available with Wrangler JL diesel models.

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!

Where can I purchase AdBlue?

AdBlue is available in pack form (usually 1L or 10L containers), sold at most major fuel stations and automotive stores (e.g. Repco, Autobarn, Supercheap Auto)

AdBlue is also available at the pump at some fuel outlets; most fuel suppliers have a fuel selector on their website that allows you to check the availability of AdBlue in packages and at the pump.

How do you fill up with AdBlue® ?

You can fill up yourself following this simple procedure, or contact your nearest authorised Jeep Dealership.
Always remember to refer to the full instructions provided in your Owner's Handbook.

Storing AdBlue®

AdBlue® is considered a very stable product with a long shelf life. If it is stored at temperatures between -12 ° and 32 ° C, it can be stored at least for a year. Follow the instructions on the label of the container. 
AdBlue® freezes at temperatures lower than -11 °C. 
Close the AdBlue® container firmly and store it in a cool, dry, well ventilated place. Do not expose the container to direct sunlight.