My 2016 LT was in for free oil change and tire rotation. While waiting, the technician came out and said that a wheel stud had broken and they were going to replace it. He said that they DO use a torque wrench. I had failed to tell them NOT to rotate the tires because I rotate them when putting seasonal tires on and off. When I got home, I put the car up on my lift and put the tires back where I had them. I set my torque wrench to 100 lb/ft, (per owners manual), and started to torque left front. As I started bringing the nuts up to torque it didn't feel right and sure enough I broke a stud. When I felt things weren't going right, I changed torque wrenches before the stud broke. I didn't dare torque the other studs to 100 lb/ft so I torqued the rest at 90 lb/ft with no problem. The dealer replaced the stud, I broke, for free. I inspected the broken stud and saw that the threads had stretched considerably. Has anyone else had this problem? Has anyone heard of a bulletin about this? I think there's a stud heat treatment problem or torque spec. is too high. (Similar stud size on Subaru calls for 84lb/ft).