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Hi, I've just bought a 2016 discovery sport. Turned the engine on after it being delivered to find exhaust fluid low? After some research online it seems to be adblu. Can anyone confirm any old adblu is suitable? Thanks in advance
 

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Found this: When buying AdBlue, you should check it meets the correct specification, so look for the ISO 22241 number on the packaging. This may also appear as ISO-22241-1, ISO-22241-2, ISO-22241-3. This will ensure the AdBlue doesn’t damage your car’s SCR catalyst – a costly repair. Assuming your AdBlue meets these specifications, one brand of AdBlue should be pretty much the same as another, in the same way that diesel fuel is fundamentally the same from one retailer to another. From carbuyer.co.uk
 

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Never had any issues filling up with adblue from the gas station pump or from canisters. It doesn't have to be the LR branded one as long it's meeting the specs as tyl604 indicated. When adblue is a bit old, make sure to well shake the liquid before pouring in and if I'm not mistaken, you should put a decent amount in to reset the warning.
 
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