Question about 2008 Jeep Wrangler
I have 18,000 miles on my 08 Jeep Wrangler,this is the second time I'm having the throw out bearing replaced. This time the whole clutch kit is being replaced.I dont ''grind''gears,drive off road,or even over 70!(I'm a 36 yr old mom, kinda prissy and don't like getting my yellow jeep dirty!!) I've had 2 standard cars prior to this ''NEW'' car, never had any clutch probs! Is this a normal thing?
I don't know what else to try! Is there some sort of''gapping'' that could be off, causing the ''squeak'' sound and wearing out the bearing?
I know this is an old post but if anyone is still trying to fix this problem we have a thread over at jeepforum.com so that we can collectively find a good fix or solution.
**I don't work for jeep forum and i'm not trying to promote the site. I'm just trying to fix this same problem on my 08 wrangler
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
This is a weird one. Unless there is a TSB on bad bearings from the dealer, the only thing I could GUESS is a bad pressure plate, but you said you are replacing the whole thing.
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