Question about GMC Acadia
Good Evening, I'm sorry to hear your shift knob broke however it does sound like you are on the right track to a solution. As far as ease of repair I would tell you it is best to repair what you have instead of trying to put in an aftermarket one. In most cases it is an easier fix which most repair parts you can find at your local auto recycling yard (salvage yard/junk yard). Hope this helps. And if you have any other questions please feel free to ask.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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