Recharge AdBlue Warning lights and what they mean
Red warning lights mean you should stop the car as soon as it's safe.
Yellow warning lights mean that action is required.
Green warning lights are for information only.
The white warning will appear when the remaining range of AdBlue is approximately 1,500 miles, and is repeated every 62 miles until the range reaches 1,000 miles, at which point the warning turns amber. This warning is repeated every 31 miles and is accompanied by an audible tone. If these warnings are not acted upon, the warning turns red; once this happens the car will not restart once the ignition is turned off.
This is not a fault, but a required feature of the system. If this stage is reached the system will need a full top-up before the car can be restarted. Further information is available in the vehicle handbook.