Have you tried a heavy duty rubber mallet?
I'm in the middle of nowhere right now with a flat. Got the car jacked up with the lug nuts off but wheel won't budge. I sprayed all the contact points with wd-40, put the lug nuts on loosely, lowered the car, and drove back and forth a few feet trying to break the wheel loose but no luck. Any other ideas to get this POS off while I wait for someone to pick me up?
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
2004 Jetta Wagon
When you get the wheel off (it will come off, it's just corroded to the hub), clean the surfaces up very thoroughly (might need a wire wheel attachment on a drill) and apply a very light coating of anti-seize to the hub. It will save you the trouble of going thru this again. You can also apply a small amount to the wheel bolts themselves. And no it does not help them fall out later on... it just stops them from seizing, and by lubricating them you actually get a more accurate torque/contact pressure where it should be - not just due to tightness in the threads. Been using anti-seize since I was a kid, helping out my dad with wheel changes - and the wheel nuts/bolts were as tight as we put them on.