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1998 Honda Passport 4wd - passenger side tilts or leans

The passenger side tilts or leans about 1/2 inch difference from the driver’s side. ALL shocks/struts have been replaced in addition to the springs. The shocks/struts were shot and needed to be replaced, I was hoping that would fix the tilting............. It's such a small thing but it's driving me nuts!

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There are Rubber Bushings Between the Frame and The Body that could be Worn out. You can get these at any Auto Parts Store or the Dealership. They can be Tough to replace though. If you are not Comfortable with this Repair, I would get them Replaced at a Mechanic or the Dealership. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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Fig. 2 Loosen the connector retaining bolt and remove the PCM connector

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Fig. 3 Remove the passenger side front door scuff plate

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Fig. 4 Remove the passenger side kick panel

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Fig. 5 Remove the PCM bracket clip and remove the PCM
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