Couple thoughts, first, read your warranty book, I think it requires a mediation or arbitration process before you sue. Second supoena mopar for their records on how many clutches, how many recalls, how many TSBs they have had. Next, search the web for other clutch stories, Private message or email them and ask for a certified letter with their stories.
Before you do all this, go talk to the service manager at a dealer you like. Beg them to take a look and determine why your clutch is frying. If they find nothing, take it to a specialist who does clutches all day long for a loving and have them take it apart and write you a report on what they found.
In the end, Chrysler will demand you go through arbitration, then when you file in small claims they will lawyer up and demand the case be moved to superior court or federal court. They do this because the entry fee at those levels of court is usually over $5000 to walk in the door.
Now, is it worth over five thousand dollars to fix a $300 clutch? I think you would be better off going to a specialist and get their ideas first, and fix it right.
Thank you for your service, which won't get you anything in a court of law, sorry.