Originally Posted by bdubnit
I've got a 2012 JK with 36k miles one it. I started developing a clicking noise in the clutch pedal when I depress it. that quickly turned into a creaking/squealing sound in just a couple days. It only happens after i've driven it for a few miles and everything has warmed up. Otherwise when I first start it in the morning and depress the clutch pedal its all smooth.
I've done some searching and some people say its the TOB and some people say its the slave cylinder. I'm leaning more towards the slave cylinder.
Either way I took it to the stealership and they found a TSB on it which advised them to lube the springs... (guessing the one thats in the slave cylinder?) well needless to say two days later its making the noises again.
I'm taking it back in tomorrow as i've got the max care extended warranty. I'm just trying to see if anyone has had this same issue and can comment any further.
I've provided the service bulletin below for your review. Are you still having this concern? If you took it back to the dealer, what was the diagnosis?
SUBJECT: Squeak When Depressing The Clutch
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves lubricating the clutch pedal return spring stop.
2011 - 2013 JK Wrangler
NOTE: This bulletin applies to vehicles built on or before May 31, 2013 (MDH 0531XX) equipped with a manual transmission (Sales Code DEH).
Squeak from under the dash when depressing or letting go of the clutch pedal.
If the customer describes the symptom, perform the Repair Procedure.