Q: Reset AdBlue light on a mercedes GL

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My DASHBOARD shows "ADBLUE Remaing starts 5". I topped up the the Tank with AD Blue Fluid but it is still showing that message. Just need to have it reset.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi There, Normally, this message will go away on its own after driving the vehicle for 5-10 miles. When you fill the tank, be sure to fill it to the top and it should relearn the new level of fluid and shut off on its own. If it does not do this within 20 miles, you may need to have it reset at a Mercedes dealer.

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