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The GMC Acadia, launched in 2006 as a 2007 model, marked a series of firsts for the GMC brand, including being the flagship pickup truck, the first unibody vehicle, and the first front-wheel-drive car since the mid-70s. Distinguished by its rack and pinion power steering and optional electric power steering, it offers standard four-wheel disc brakes and ABS. The Acadia's safety features are highlighted by its six-airbag system which ensures the protection of passengers in all rows. Its SLT-2 and Denali versions boast additional luxuries such as 19-inch aluminum wheels, high-pressure Goodyear Eagle tires, heated steering wheel, leather upholstery, and a dual exhaust system exclusive to the Denali. In 2010, GMC introduced the Denali version of the Acadia, characterized by its monochromatic color scheme, perforated leather seats, and wood trim. The second generation of Acadia, unveiled in 2016 and launched as a 2017 model, saw a significant redesign, with accommodation options for 5, 6, or 7 passengers. Despite a reduction in sales and the discontinuation of the 2.5 LCV I4 engine, the 2022 Acadia introduced a turbocharged LSY I4 engine and continued the use of a 9-speed automatic transmission. Combining comfort, safety, and power, the GMC Acadia is a robust and luxurious vehicle in the SUV segment.

As a relatively recent model, the GMC Acadia has displayed some commonly reported issues. One prominent issue is engine-related, including a rough-running engine that misfires, difficulties in starting the vehicle, oil leakage, and the presence of shavings in the oil. Owners also report an oil smell during operation and various noises, such as squealing and rattling, along with an illuminated Check Engine Light. These symptoms often indicate the need for replacement of parts like the timing chain guide, tensioner, timing belt tensioner, or timing cover gasket. Another common issue is a loss of engine power, often attributable to a clogged oil filter. Symptoms include the inability to pick up speed, improper functioning of the accelerator, sputtering, metallic noises, reduced oil pressure, and dirty exhaust. However, to ensure a comfortable and safe driving experience, it's essential to pay attention to other components, too, like the windshield wipers and air filter, which help provide clear vision and fresh air respectively.

Every OEM part is meticulously built to precisely match the original part's specs. They also adhere to strict official quality control standards during manufacture to guarantee exceptional quality. For any requirements you might have for auto parts, like Brakes, Rear Axle, Propeller Shaft, Wheels, Tires, Interior Trim, Front Seat Trim, Seat Belts, consider our extensive catalogue of OEM GMC Acadia parts, including Front End Sheet Metal, Heater, Rear Body Structure, Moldings & Trim, Cargo Stowage at We ensure you'll find the best prices online for genuine GMC Acadia parts, such as Transfer Case, every purchase comes with a manufacturer's warranty. We also guarantee the quickest delivery service and offer a hassle-free return policy for your peace of mind.

GMC Acadia Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do you remove the transaxle mount on Buick Enclave,Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia?
    A: To replace the motor and transmission mount, remove the upper and lower mount nuts attaching the mount to the frame and motor and transmission mount bracket. Next, remove the motor and transmission mount-to-transmission mounting bolts, and to access and remove the lower rear bolt, you may need to use the jack to lift the motor and transmission high enough to tilt the mount. Remove the motor and transmission mount and bracket. Installation is the reverse of removal.
  • Q: How to remove the air filter duct and filter housing on Buick Enclave,Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia?
    A: To remove the air intake duct first take off the PCV fresh air hose from the valve cover. At this point, loosen clamps at the throttle body and air filter box then lift off the duct. To remove the air filter box relieve fuel system pressure first and disconnect electrical connector from MAF sensor. Loosen clamp and detach duct from air filter box. Remove the hood release cable mounting clip as well as air filter box cover and filter element. The fuel supply line is disconnected from fuel rail while EVAP line is disconnected from purge solenoid. Powertrain Control Module (PCM) is released from bracket and moved aside away from air filter box. Finally, remove fastener that mounts air filter box then lift off box. The reverse of removal steps will be followed during installation process.
  • Q: How do you remove the Fuel Pressure Sensor for Buick Enclave,Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia?
    A: Disconnect the cable from the negative battery terminal and remove the engine cover. Relieve the fuel system pressure and wait at least two hours before proceeding. Remove the intake manifold and remove the foam insulator. Disconnect the electrical connector from the sensor and unscrew the sensor from the fuel rail. Installation is the reverse of removal. Tighten the sensor to the torque.