I always check Stereo and Speakers system in the car when I am buying any new car because I like to listen songs and I always check that the Speakers and stereo system is good then only I buy that car. I check the quality of that.
Cub, I can see you are scouring the forum to try and find your answer but you need to be aware that this post is over six years old and the forum members then may no longer be owners and reading.As pointed out in another post link you have used there are several variants and you must clearly state which model variant of Captiva you have to stand any chance of a compatible fitment.
You might actually have more success in visiting your local automotive radio/multimedia specialist .
Tip: enter your vehicle details into your 'footer' (like mine below) and readers will know which model variant you have. It will appear automatically under your posts.
Thanks Aussie ed for you reply
All I was trying to find out the answer to a problem I have with a knacked head unit that has the larger Dic fitted which looks the same as the face lift models
This is a 2011 ltz 2lt d
From looking into this the head unit has many various from six to single disc to different facia layouts . I have found the dic has a din plug that fits into the rear of the head unit this allows the Sat Nav to speak through the head unit and the info center to produce tones . I have the unit with a repair center at present but parts are far and few the only solution is another unit unless you could recommend a repairer always happy to take advice there is nothing on ebay or at the breakers so looking out of the uk The Holden looks a possible solution from down under There is a replacement head unit in Germany at around £800 as gm and Chev still linked.
Just completed a 4 part clutch change of this Captiva so happy to share this if asked.
I have joined this site for help and advice I am new and still trying to grip how the forum works
It is becoming clearer now you have confirmed you actually have a Series 1 Captiva ie 2.0 litre (but registered in 2011). Normally 2011 reference implies a Series 2 so your model is on the cusp of the change to Series 2 (2.2 litre which is considerably different both in engine and equipment).It is therefore important that you include your vehicle details in your 'footer' so as to avoid confusion and help readers respond.
As I have a Series 2 I'm not personably knowledgeable on the Series 1 DIC.
If you buy online make sure there is a returns policy just incase it doesnt suit your vehicle.
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