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Steering wheel shakes when driving at high speeds between 45-60 m

I don't feel the steering shaking when driving under 45 mph. It's always when drinving 45-60 mph and it feel worst at 55 mph.

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The most likely soultion is your tires need to be balanced, then it could be your rims are out of round, flat spot on tires. when you balance your tires the machine will tell u if there out of round. make there they road force them as well. exp 2 yrs in being a technician

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Have frount end alligned, balance tires, check ball joints, tie rods.

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Ball joint
control arm
shocks
brake rotor
and all your suspension parts have them check by your mechanic

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It is always your suggestion about that problem, what really causing is one of your High tension wires get open, check them one by one on ohm meter, you may not feel the problem causing that shake when you start the engine and run at its idle speed at normal, but running it 6mph the firing power goes a little bit down making the miss fire or poor combustion of one of your cylinder causing that shake, wheel or bushing problem may caused shake, but surely you will feel your steering swiveling left and right, that was the sign of unbalance tire or suspension component problem.

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