I have 2000 Voyager with 200,000 miles on it. In December I had new brakes put on the the van. Two weeks later I drove from Minneapolis to Kansas City for Christmas. ON the way back home, we started having trouble controlling the vehicle. We stopped in Albert Lea, Mn to have the vehicle checked. The truck stop directed us to a dealership 2 miles away. One block from the dealership, as we turned left to get to the dealership, the driver's side rear wheel came completely off the vehicle.
<br/> Once the dealership got to looking at it, they said it appeared that all of the lugnuts had come off (except 1) and that the final wheel stud just broke off as we were turning. The dealership put in all new wheel studs, all new lugnuts and put our spare tire on. The garage that did the brake work replaced the rim as it was not usable. Since that time vehicle has appeared to be fine.
<br/> Until Now! In June, I replaced all four tires. On July 1, having driven 100 miles, I had the lugnuts re-tightened. The drove from Minnesota to Clevland, then to Atlanta. One week after having the lugnuts re-tighted, I heard a shaking sound from the driver's rear wheel area and checked the lugnuts. I could turn two of them by hand. HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE??