I have this really annoying steering wheel vibration that seems to be worse around 65 MPH on the freeway. I replaced the front struts myself last week thinking that was the cause but it is still there.
Hey there Arnold
If you can feel and or see the steering wheel vibrating from side to side the problem is most likely in the front wheels.
I would start by having the front wheels moved to the rear of the vehicle and balance all 4 wheels.
Usually a tire balance problem is there (or worse) at one speed but goes away or gets much better at a higher speed.
So, if the vibration is there at 65 MPH but at 75 MPH it is much better or totally gone then I would highly suspect a wheel balance problem.
If the vibration is worse or gets worse at 75 MPH then I would look to see if a tire is defective or completely worn out or coming apart. If you don’t see any obvious tire problems then I would get a front end alignment and see if there is a worn or broken front end part or bushing causing the vibration.
I had a similar situation in my wife’s car not too long ago and made a short video about it. Watch it below and see if that makes more sense to you.