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2002 chevy cruise control. loose connection on the knob

I have a 2002 chevy cavalier, the cruse control kicks out do to a loose connection some were on the arm of the stick (right were the turn dial is on it for the lights) other than replacing the whole cruise control kit, is there a way to take it apart and fix the connection?

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No, replace the entire unit

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