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My Dad has an Avalon and after awhile he started to get a shimmy in the front end as well. It happened at in-between speeds too which was weird (not at 25, yes at 45, not at 55). After rotating wheels, it did get better but didn't go away completely. At first they thought it was the TPMS, but when that wasn't it, he decided to put aftermarket rims on the car...NO MORE SHIMMY! There was something internal in the casting of the wheel that made it that way. His was out of warranty. I would suggest you have them try 4 new wheels/tires and test it to see if that is your issue. Hope this helps.Report it
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