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Chevrolet Captiva Service & Repair Manual: Component Locations

Refer to Fig. 1 for air bag component locations.

Fig. 1 Component locations. Captiva Sport

In the Chevrolet Captiva (C100, C140), various components are strategically located throughout the vehicle to ensure functionality, accessibility, and ease of maintenance. These component locations are crucial for technicians and owners to identify and address issues effectively.

Under the hood, essential components such as the engine, battery, fuse box, and brake fluid reservoir are typically found. The engine compartment also houses components like the air filter, radiator, coolant reservoir, and power steering fluid reservoir.

Moving inside the vehicle, the cabin houses components such as the dashboard with instrument clusters, steering wheel with controls, center console with audio and climate controls, and seats with adjustment mechanisms. The Captiva may also feature additional amenities like a touchscreen infotainment system, air conditioning vents, and storage compartments.

The rear of the vehicle contains components related to the fuel system, exhaust system, suspension, and rear lights. This area also includes the liftgate or tailgate for accessing the cargo area.

For routine maintenance and troubleshooting, knowing the locations of these components is essential. The owner's manual and service manual provide detailed diagrams and descriptions of component locations, facilitating efficient repairs and maintenance tasks for the Chevrolet Captiva.

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