Question about Pontiac G6
This is not uncommon. Rust builds up around the hub where the wheel meets and rides. Take your spare wheel/tire and with the lug nuts removed, hit it from the back side as hard as you can while turning it with every hit. It will come loose!! Then when you get a chance, remove each wheel independantly and put "Anti seize" around all of the hub areas. Never again will your wheel stick.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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