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2009 GMC Acadia - $4,200

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2009 gmc acadia
condition: fair
cylinders: 6 cylinders
fuel: gas
odometer: 186000
paint color: red
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: SUV
2009 GMC Acadia
Looking to sell our Acadia. I still drive it, so mileage will go up a little. It has a 3rd row of seating and has cleaned up nicely. I went ahead and cleaned the seats and carpets in the car as well as washed the outside. We’ve put the following stuff into it in order from newest to oldest:
New headlight bulb on driver’s side
Regular oil changes every 3,000-4,000 miles
6 new ignition coils and 6 new spark plugs, new intake manifold gasket 8/23
New struts and shocks (couldn’t find date)
1 new ignition cable and 1 spark plug in 6/23
4 new lug nuts, brake kit, caliper, hose, purge valve, and antenna 5/22
4 new tires and rear coil springs, new sway bar and link 10/21
New front engine mount and engine torque mount, new water pump and serpentine belt 5/21
2 new cat. converters, 6 spark plugs, upper plenum gasket, carbon removed from engine, new power steering line 1/21
Detail cleaning upon purchase

The previous owner replaced the timing belt and that was around 148k. Just took this to Florida and back and then to Virginia and back. It burns a bit of oil, maybe 1 quart every 1,100+ miles or so. The tires are okay. I took the fuse for the radio out because the cd changer would run even if the car was off. The windows all work, but the driver’s control is flaky for the back two windows and the sunroof sometimes is flaky. If you drive it straight for 6+ hours, a message on the dash control may pop up and say that the transmission is getting hot. So, we drove all the way to Florida and once we were there, it displayed the message. That was around our 8th hour of driving that day. On the way back from Florida, it happened one more time around 8-10 hours of driving. Around that time (6+ hours), it doesn’t want to shift into overdrive easily. Any short trips have not had any sign of that. The cats are aftermarket and the mechanic that put them in said it may trip the engine light. Asking $4,200 or best offer!

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