AdBlue Emulator EURO 6 NOx installation manual for DAF trucks

DAF EURO 6 AdBlue Emulator (EAS 3) is compatible with EURO 6 DAF trucks. This installation manual describes the whole process of AdBlue Emulator device installation on compatible DAF EURO 6 vehicles. We highly recommend you to delete all DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Codes) errors from the OBD (On-Board Diagnostics) system. The best option is to use DAF VCI 560 diagnostic scanner. Also, it is recommended to check the OBD system after installation of the AdBlue Emulator module because there might be errors related to installation procedures.

DAF EURO 6 AdBlue Emulator VIN programming

Before we proceed to the installation process, we need to remind you that DAF EURO 6 AdBlue Emulator (EAS 3) needs preparation for installation. We need to program it with the VIN (Vehicle Identification Code) of your truck. Emulators without VIN data do not work at all. Programming VIN to the DAF emulator is critical!

VIN programming required only for DAF EURO 6 AdBlue Emulator version sold until 2020 January. Latest version of this AdBlue emulator doesn’t require VIN code programming and compatible with all DAF EAS-3 vehicle series manufactured from 2014 to the 2017 year.

DAF EURO 6 AdBlue Emulator installation

Attention! Electronics of EAS must be functioning. Communicating with the engine ECU is necessary!

The first step is to locate a metal plate near the rear muffler that covers EAS ECU. Unplug the NOx sensor. Connect NOx sensor connector to corresponding DAF EURO 6 AdBlue Emulator (EAS 3) connector. The next step is to connect another emulator plug to the socket on the truck where the NOx sensor was initially connected before.

Now you need to detach plug B (the smaller one) on the EAS ECU. Find the thin red wire (PIN 41 on the plug) and cut it to get two sides of the wire to connect. Now you have to sides of the wire. One goes to the EAS ECU (connect it to the yellow-green wire of the emulator), and another goes to the SCR system (connect it to the red wire of the emulator).

EURO 6 AdBlue Emulator cables

Now you need to connect plug B back to the EAS ECU. The next step is to locate fuses F22 (E497, 15A) and E24 (E706, 5A). At this point fuse E24 (E706, 5A) is used by DAF EURO 6 AdBlue Emulator (EAS 3) and it means that you can disable the AdBlue emulator by removing this fuse. When this fuse removed and fuse F22 installed, the SCR system will work normally. To use the AdBlue emulator remove fuse F22 (E497, 15A) and leave E24 (E706, 5A) installed.

Attention! Do not use both fuses at once. Use only one of them depending on your needs.

  • E24 (E706, 5A) fuse installed (F22 E497, 15A removed) – emulator will usually work overriding SCR system settings;
  • F22 (E497, 15A) fuse installed (E24 (E706, 5A removed) – SCR system will work normally;
  • Both fuses installed or none of them – faulty system, possible damage to the EAS ECU or emulator module.

Reminder! Delete all DTC errors from the OBD system.

Attention! AdBlue emulators are illegal in some countries. You should check your local laws or laws of those countries that you might cross with your vehicle. AdBlue emulator alters the SCR system thus makes the vehicle to produce higher exhaust gas emissions. EURO 6 and EURO 5 vehicles equipped with the AdBlue emulator device will no longer match those EURO standards. Our AdBlue emulators designed for countries where environmental rules are less strict, and there are no requirements for vehicles to satisfy EURO 6 or EURO 5 regulations. By purchasing any AdBlue emulator, you assume full responsibility for the use of the device. It’s your personal decision to use an emulator or not. We will not accept any liability for any consequences associated with the usage of AdBlue emulator devices.