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Steering wheel shake 55-65mph

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SOURCE: Red Set button underneath the steering wheel

I believe this is for your tire pressure sensors. If the tire pressure in one of your tires drops it will alert you with a light on your dash. When tire pressure is restored, press this button to reset the sensor.

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 Tacoma. When driving and turning

Check your suspension in the front for worn or damaged parts to include upper A frame retaining bolts, especially if you've been four wheeling. This is most likely a ball joint or Tie rod or connecting rod issue. The only other location to look would be the CV joint. In most cases you would hear a clicking sound when your are turning and driving, if it have front or 4 wheel drive.

Posted on Jan 21, 2010

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SOURCE: When driving over 60 miles an hour in the 2006 Toyota Avalon, the steering wheel shakes

Sounds like you need a wheel balance and alignment.

Posted on Sep 18, 2012

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I would suggest that you take the vehicle to a tire shop, and get the front tires spun-balanced. During that procedure, the tech will see if the balance is incorrect, the rim is bent, or if the tire is out of round.

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