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I rotated the tires and now at about 60 miles an hour the steering wheel shakes.

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The wheels have not been balanced properly and the weights will need changing. It is not a major problem but a pain as this should have been done when you had the tyres changed.

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Look close at the tires, may have some "cupping" on the edges. If the ylook okay, jack it up and rotate them to see if they are out of round, if all looks well, might need a re-balance.

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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.

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