This is a lot safer than what I said. :nice:Loosely re-attach the 5 lugs, just a bit less than finger-tight.
Lower the van, the weight of the van will usually break the rusty bond.
Now raise the van back up and remove the lugs.
Next time, or better yet, when you have time, apply a bit of antiseize at the hub bore of the wheel (where it meets the hub), it will prevent bonding.
Do this for all 4 wheels (one at a time).
Actually, these things sound good on paper but the reality is that: in all vehicles, the seizing happens at the interface between the Hub Bore and the Wheel Bore (i.e. the circular areas); not between the wheel and the surface of the rotor as bavauto said.Try these to avoid the problem in the future. They're available from Bavarian Auto (bavauto.com) in the wheel and tire section. Most BMWs have the same bolt pattern as the Odyssey.