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2001 Honda Passport suspension problems

suspension problem

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2001 Honda Passport Owner Comments

problem #1

Nov 142003


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Consumer stated that she was driving an unstable vehicle. When consumer drove above 60 mph vehicle shook, and was hard to control. When consumer took vehicle to the dealer/mechanic, she was told by the mechanic that it might be the way she drove. She took vehicle to the mechanic several times. One mechanic told consumer that there was a front end problem. Also, there was a fuel leakage problem. Consumer had to constantly refuel vehicle after driving a short distance.

- Sugar Hill, GA, USA

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