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Both front and rear axle sit to the left about two inches further

The axles are further to left than they are the right how do i straighten them out nothing is bent never been wrecked just sits lopsided has 4 inch pro comp lift

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Unless someone unwelded & re positioned the spring perches on the differentials I don't see how this is possible. And I would ask, WHY?? Only thing I can think of is that both ft & rear axles are from another vehicle.... Take some measuremets off of a similar stock vehicle & compare!!!

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Fig. 2: Detach the speed sensor connector in the engine compartment 89609p55.jpg
Fig. 3: Remove the speed sensor harness from the routing clips 89609p53.jpg
Fig. 4: A special E6 Torx® socket is required to remove the speed sensor retaining bolt 89609p52.jpg
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Fig. 6: Grasp the harness and . . . 89609p37.jpg
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