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But the traction control light stays on .

what size battery ( Ahs ) should it be as mine says 56Ahs on it( not the original battery it’s from Halfords and been in the car since I bought it nearly 3 years ago )
My 2011 Automatic Captiva had a 90Ah battery.

Traction light makes me think there is a possible ABS sensor problem of either a defective sensor, or a corroded ABS connector block. Check the nearside front first.
 

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I've just checked one of the many Battery supplier data pages and the 2.2 L 2011 onwards Captiva takes a 019 code battery rated at 100Ah.
Link here :- Chevrolet Captiva Car Batteries - Next Day Delivery (exception being Stop Start and/or AGM gel battery - check separately)

There is a good chance that a three year old 56Ah battery is on its last legs.
 

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Hi everyone .
matter some time due to working away I have got my car back from the gear box specialist.
I had broke the transverse drive shaft, also the lights had come on because of the jammed selenode .
total cost of repairs
£2500 including VAT

if anyone has a problem with their gear box I would highly recommend Mr transmission in Charlton, they sent me pictures of the broken parts and the cost before undertaking any work .
 

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It was a sad 'hit on your wallet' but your feedback and recommendation are a helpful closure.
 
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