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Hello, I am from Kenya and I have had a Captiva since 2017. I have 2 problems.
1. The hub bearings are always wearing out, since I owned the vehicle, I have changed them 3 times, its literally every year. Is this normal??
2. When in high speed, say 120-130 km/h, the power just cuts off and the vehicle is unable to accelerate. It looses power and there is a light that shows up on the panel of a car with a screwdriver in it. Another thing is there is a whoosing sound every time the turbo kicks in.
Please advise on what could be the problem.

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1, Poor quality parts or incorrectly fitted.
2. Tear or split in the air feed hose. Whooshing sound is a regularly reported issue. Use the Forum Advanced Search function for reading previous discussions. Power loss would have generated diagnostic codes. These will be invaluable for diagnosis. What are they?

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Okay, I have not changed any parts from when I bought the car apart from the bearings which I have changed many times and which I buy from eBay sellers in the UK with valid guarantees. But even with the replaced guaranteed part the same still lasts about 6 months. I have no idea, where I can get a guaranteed bearing replacement that is good.
I have yet to do a diagnosis. Will get the codes the moment I have it done. Thanks..
 
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