Hi all.... My 2012 Captiva Sport cruised past 100k with little fanfare, until today. Problem #1... The first is a simple mechanical issue (I think, I hope). Leaving work today, I was walking toward my vehicle and just glanced and the rear suspension of my car. Passenger side, rear shock has a leak (or some sort of fluid is leaking from the housing). It's definitely not brake fluid, and I don't think it is any kind of grease or oil from a wheel bearing. (see below) I'm fairly confident it is a simple repair.....and a couple of Monroe shocks. Has anyone had a similar failure? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Problem #2... The second incident has me a bit more concerned. So I'm driving home, thinking about what needed to be done with the shocks, and then the dashboard engine light (far lower right) comes on. I stopped at a local Autozone and they pulled a P0013 code. First, I'd presume their code reader is accurate...and if so, I'm not inclined to simply throw parts at a problem to see if it resolves this issue. From what I've read, a P0013 code is a Bank 1 Exhaust Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit (sensor?). I've not visually checked (yet) to see if it's a simple unplugged wire (doubtful)....nor have I cleared the code to see if the code returns (ie, a fluke instance). Rock Auto has the GM (OEM) part for $37.79 (US). Autozone's part (Dorman) was $50-ish (seems over-priced). From a few YouTube videos, the Captiva's 2.4L Ecotec engine involves removing a couple of shrouds to access the sensor, then a simple bolt to remove it. Seems like a simple "shade tree" mechanic sort of repair....but we all know how this can be deceiving. Even found a thread on another forum with directions (and a photo)... http://bit.ly/2oyeLPH My first question would be, is this covered under GM's emission warranty (I purchased my GM Certified Captiva Sport with 9k)? I haven't asked my local Chevy dealership, but wanted to get everyone's opinion if it is even worth the effort. Secondly, has anyone had a similar failure? And lastly, is it truly this simple of a repair? Or should other things be investigated first? You know an old saying "bad things happen in 3's"....sure do hope I'm lucky. Thanks to everyone here (in advance) for their opinion and input!