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Thanks for replies, some very good points made and useful info.


Have spoken with dealers and with chevrolet customer care, say they can't do anything ,"there will be no goodwill from us as it is out of warranty" Juliet customer care .



Can't wait to have turbo checked by specialists and get that all important full report on whats caused the failure and then take it from there.



Thanks again for support.



Gary and Dawn
 

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garyndawn said:
Thanks for replies, some very good points made and useful info.


Have spoken with dealers and with chevrolet customer care, say they can't do anything ,"there will be no goodwill from us as it is out of warranty" Juliet customer care .



Can't wait to have turbo checked by specialists and get that all important full report on whats caused the failure and then take it from there.



Thanks again for support.



Gary and Dawn

Hi Gary & Dawn - have sent a PM

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm sure that the Vauxhall 1.9cdti is basically the fiat 1.9 d that's been about for a few years, built under licence.
 

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G'Day Guys,
I assume your capys are the same as our Series 1 versions (2.0 diesel engines) I haven't heard stories of turbo problems. But I've been hearing stories of roller rocker failures which are causing the camshafts to fail as well. Apparently Holden will assist if there is a good service history
(always on time and with Holden authorised).
We just bought a Series 2 LX Captiva (still waiiting for it to be delivered), the reason we went for it is it now has 2.2 Turbo Diesel which is much better then the 2.0l plus it's chain driven so no cam belt changes.

Cheers
Wayno

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