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Rear self leveling shocks 2002 venture

Replaced shocks and one side looks higher than other. Is there away to adjust?

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The rear shocks are eather standard gas shocks, or air shocks. If you have and air system to control the shocks then you would just have to unbolt them and disconnect the air line. Install them just as you took them off. If its just reagular shocks then you would have to remove 2 bolts.


Some cases there are 4 wheel struts, then you would have to unbolt them from the fender wells in the trunk.

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