Well, if the guy who installed the wheel back on used a torque stick, then that may also have a factor. When my wheels need to come off and not at a dealership, I ensure that they do "NOT" use a torque stick and hand tighten the lug nuts.
With torque sticks, its "supposed" to stop at what its rated at, but you and the tech are unaware of the psi that is coming from the compressor to that impact wrench. Its supposed to be 100psi, but they fluctuate from time to time and that will impact the lug nuts. You may have a broken stud or lost a lug nut. If its too tight (over torque rating of 100ft lbs on our cars), it can also impact the brake rotors and/or wheel bearings.
2009 Cobalt LS XFE U74
Mods: K&N Typhoon Intake, Option Cat-Back Exhaust, Cosmo Short shifter, Maxxim Ahead 17X7's, MPx shorty antenna, FE5 Strut/shocks, Tein S Techs, Moog endlinks, Moog spring seaters, ZZP shorty header, LSJ downpipe, LNF front grille