If you don't rotate your tires, your belts within the tires can separate and cause a vibrating feeling in your cabin in mid to high speed driving.AnswerIf it's a 2009 Toyota Corolla it might be an issue with the new powersteering. EPS
There are essentially 3 aspects about the tires one should watch for. 1. Alignment (toe-in, camber caster), causes wear patterns, affects handling 2. Balance (tire center of mass is off the axis), causes vibration 3. "Out of round" - that's what the regular rotation is taking care of (recommended every 5000 miles), causes vibration as well. #1 doesn't do much about vibration (to my knowledge). #2 and #3 are very similar in their effect. #2 is easily cured by balancing. #3 could be mitigated (not cured) by regular rotation (if you've never done that before), or cured by getting new tires (and don't forget to rotate those!)AnswerMy steering wheel vibrates in that speed range when my tire pressure is too low. AnswerTire loading can also be a factor...last two sets of Continental tires developed load (roundness) related vibration because belts pulled parallel to tread and developed "flat" spots that would shake the side of the car the defective tire was locaated on.
Some other considerations**
Lets say your brakes, suspension upgrades and aligments are good. Check your steering linkages, suspension pivot and attachment points (knuckle joints, rubber bushings) make sure there isn't any play that could be from damage or wear to these components. If your steering linkage is loose from worn out bushing on the drop bar, gear box, or whatever, at hihgway speeds your spinning wheels could cause cavitation that these components cant handle and eventually fail. Get someone ( mechanis shop, suspension specialist) to look at it first. I would suggest purchasing a low priced plan for aligment services. The one i got is dependable. They should help you determine how much the cost wil be to upgrade (polyurethane bushings, new shocks) or if your components are just worn (bushings (which could be upgraded when replacing), joints). Or it could be the dreaded CV joints. Atleast they can tell you.
On a 1995 Toyota Corolla ( yes ) it had power steering
You can refill your 1986 Toyota Corolla power steering fluid through the power steering reservoir. The power steering reservoir will be on the left-hand side of the engine.
There is no light on the steering wheel.
Adjusting the steering wheel on a 1998 Toyota Corolla is easy. All you have to is find the latch at the bottom and push in to adjust the wheel.
According to my handbook for my 2003 corolla the power steering is assisted by an electric motor and there is no fluid used.
turn it to the left quickly and release
Under steering wheel to the left
That Depends on what color its is.
Under the dash by the steering column.
Yes the power steering in a 2010 Corolla is electric so it needs and has no hydraulic power steering fluid.