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Dear costumer the indicator appears when the adblue level is low, you have to be careful because if it reach zero the engine probably protected the ignition. If the level is right and and the problem persists it is probably because you have problems with the adblue level meter, you will have to check this because otherwise you will have to constantly go to the workshop to restart the code that is generated on the computer.
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Dear customer remember that when you fill the adblue, do it by resetting the data, as you have several Ford transit it is good to have a diagnostic equipment that you can reset it there are some you can buy for 200 pounds as the easydiag from the launch
Dear costumer, the thinkdriver is a reader,although I do not know it, if you have a ford software all you have to do is a factory data reset, it is a common action with a diagnostic equipment,i do not understand what is the confusion that presents, i´m not saying that you have to do a reset of the intervals i'm telling you that you have to do a factory data reset they are two very different procedures, i don't know how else to help you dear customer and because of the time difference it is difficult for me to attend to you constantly so proceed to free your query so that another expert can assist you more constantly.
The initial stage of diagnosis will be a full diagnostic code read. Once you have obtained the codes a diagnostic path can be established.
The usual cause of AdBlue Faults on these vehicles is the AdBlue Tank Unit. We have changed several of these. You have to drop the AdBlue Tank down and change the Tank Unit and the Module that sits on top of it.
These units don't need programming once replaced. You just clear the codes using appropriate diagnostic software preferably something like Ford WDS or Ford IDS.
It may take several miles to clear the AdBlue Fault on the Instrument Cluster. We have known these vehicles to have done 150 miles before the Warning Lights disappear.
With your DPF issues I would recommend you purchase new rather than try and recondition. Once a new unit is fittted you can then reset the DPF again using appropriate Diagnostic Software.
No problem at all. Glad you have it sorted.