OK, So I took it back in and turns out the 1st time they replaced the clutch with another failure, not the "improved" version. Now I supposedly get the TSB recommended clutch assembly. While it's apart I go in and talk wit the tech. I start playing with the tranny on the stand and notice both the throwout and the pilot bearings are very loose! He says, "Yeah, I noticed that too and I am putting in new bearings for you." Wow, thanks. Why are they worn at 16k? "I don't know. Maybe the clutch vibration?" Man, I hope this isn't going to become some problem that goes on forever...
Then, check it out: While it's in there they replace the radio with a new one, replace the starter with a new one and replace the can sensor with a new one. No argument. No fight. They're just givin 'em away! (They got a whole herd o' Winnebagos)
Just out of curisoty did you have a problem with the other mentioned parts they swapped? Have you got the TSB on the clutch issues? I need a copy of it to take to my dealer. I have the same 3500 rpm racket. I was thinking it was a heat sheild or the roller fairlead on my winch. I am pretty sure its the transmission and want the TSB number to print. I know the tech will not every be able to find it on his own. Thanks
07 Unlimited Rubicon Flame Red, 6 Speed Manual, Dual Top, 6 Disc Changer with Sirius, Deep Tint, Sup. Air Bags, Power, Trailer.
AEV Front winch mount bumper holding a Ramsey REP 8000 winch, Skyjacker 3/4" coil spring spacers in the front , Cibie Ecode upgrade with new Harness, Side Marker Modification, Raingler nets, All weather floor mats, Garmin 60cs GPS on a Dash mount, Life is Good Tire cover.