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Just bought one as needed 7 seater and when I’m accelerating it’s knocking on the front but not over bumps or anything. Wondering if it’s the front diff or engine mounts any of these common on this car?
 

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Day, The quick answer is possibly. You can read up previously discussed topics by using the Forum 'Search' function. (over ten years worth of discussions are on Back Index).
Typical link here :-

It could be anything from wheel bearing, suspension, links, broken spring, shock absorbers, driveshafts etc etc

Before discussion progresses we need to know where in the World you are (the Forum system believes you to be in the UK?) and you've told us absolutely nothing about your vehicle. What year, variant, series, manual or auto, mileage, service history etc

How to complete your Sign-Up and get the best use of this Forum is explained in the following link:-

Having just purchased the vehicle was it a private sale or via a dealer? If the latter then speak with the motor dealer and verify what warranty the vehicle has.
 

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We still dont know anything about your vehicle. Year, variant, engine, gearbox, mileage, service history etc. Nor for sure where in the world you are. The Forum system thinks you might be in UK ? It helps considerably to complete your Sign-Up.
How to do so was in post #2 which you have ignored.
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At least you appear to have narrowed down the cause to three possibilities. Was it a private sale or dealer? If the latter then you may have some kind of warranty (90 days??)
 

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Day101,
Read post #4. We still know nothing about the year, variant of Captiva you are talking about, or your world location (you left it 'blank').
The Forum system believes you may be UK located. You ask about parts but havent told us about your vehicle is it a Series 1 or Series 2? Knowing that would be a good start.
For the third time of posting the following information will assist you.

As for locating parts the Internet or Breakers Yards may be the places to go.
 
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