Absolutely. Three methods - do them all:
1. Practise the passage really slowly and as perfectly as you can, paying your full attention to each note.
2. Play the passage by turning each pair of notes into a dotted quaver and a semiquaver, playing the passage through with the dotted quaver first, and then with the semiquaver first. Like: long-short, long-short, long-short etc, and then short-long, short-long, short-long.
3. Memorise the passage and practise it silently in your head, visualising the fingering. Mysteriously, this can be as effective as actually playing it. It also has the advantage that you can do it at any time, though preferably not when driving.