I have a 2012 jk with a manual trans and I was out wheeling and went through a mud hole that turned out to be much deeper than I thought. I had the doors off which led water coming up to the top of the transmission tunnel. When I tried to power of of the mud I could feel the clutch slipping and immediately let off the throttle. While the engine was still running, I had a friend tow me out of the hole and back to our campsite. After getting there, I turned the engine off while I took the mud covered carpets out. About 30 minutes later I went to start it up again and it struggled to turn over but eventually coughed to life, almost as if the battery was weak. I the found out that the clutch was completely toast when I could shift through all the gears while the engine was on without touching the clutch pedal. I then turned the engine off again and tried to start it an hour later... It wouldn't turn over, just makes a click noise. Today I tried jumping the jeep and it still wouldn't turn. I am worried the damage may be worse than I initially expected. If anyone has any knowledge with this I would really appreciate the help. Thanks.