Bought my '15 JK used in March (with under 25k miles) at a Jeep dealer out-of-state. At about 26k miles, it started making a loud squeak when I depressed the clutch. Dealer replaced the throwout bearing and the clutch. Squeak seemed to go away, but within 1000 miles or so it was back. I took it to a different dealer, thinking perhaps they'd have another idea what was wrong. They had it for 2 days last week and replaced throwout bearing and clutch (again) along with flywheel. It seemed fine when I picked it up, but by the next morning, the squeak was back and actually seemed worse. It's quiet when the vehicle has been sitting for a short while (maybe 2 hours), but within 4-5 miles the squeak returns. Yesterday, I took it back to the dealer where it was serviced last week. I picked it up today and was basically told they couldn't find anything and couldn't replicate the squeak, but if it came back to bring it back. True to form, I drove a short distance and the squeak was back. Turned around and took it back, where several service people heard the noise. I've found some posts regarding the throwout bearing, but I'm wondering if anyone else has had this experience, and if so, what fixed it? It's a loud squeak which can be heard inside the vehicle but is much louder from the outside (when standing near driver door).