Chevrolet Captiva – Common problems

Common problems with the Chevrolet Captiva

Some problems will only occur after many years of operation, others are related to technical solutions and forced the manufacturer to issue a recall. In the following overview, you will find the most common problems for the Chevrolet Captiva, for which Chevrolet has announced a recall through the EU Rapex system. For recalls and faults found in the UK scroll down.

If the problem is corrected in time, it may not affect the overall reliability of your Chevrolet Captiva. However, the fault can often remain unresolved because the previous owner didn´t know about the recall or ignored the manufacturer’s letter.

The good news is that automakers usually provide unlimited time to correct such defects for free. Check to see if all of the potential problems with your Chevrolet Captiva have been resolved in the past. How to do it, we give advice on a special page.

Latest Captiva’s Issues in the EU

04. 12. 2016

Some vehicles equipped with stop/start system and 2.2L A22DM engine might have starter motor failure while driving due to a thermal … .

2011 Chevrolet Captiva Recall
28. 08. 2015

Malfunction of the diesel particulate filter could cause the lower engine compartment cover to overheat and catch fire. The recall affects … .

22. 05. 2015

There is a possibility of the vehicle starting unintentionally when the ignition key is in the ‘off’ position in the ignition … .

If you wish to know more about eventual problems of a specific car (e.g. real mileage, potential traffic accidents damages, odometer rollback, repairs, etc.), then we suggest going to HPI-Check.

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Latest Captiva’s Issues in the UK

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