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2005 chrysler T&C leaning in rear on passenger side

Do you think it might be the self leveling package that chrysler installs?
If you think it is the bushing, can they be replaced with out replacing the leaf springs?

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Yes it could be. The ride height sensor could be faulty. Try to add some weight to that side to see if it compensates, if it doesn't more than likely it's bad.

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