Our clutch went out. Took it to this shop and they replaced it. As soon as I drove away the clutch was smelling really bad every time you pull out of parking spot. I thought it may be normal until it fits or whatever... Well it lasted for over 2 weeks so we called them back. After going back and forth for quite some time finally got it back in the shop and they said the clutch was fine. So, nothing the clutch continued to smell, which later I heard is indication for slipping and it would be a problem. So 11 months later the transmission fails and the mechanic I took it to, says the clutch needs to be replaced. I freaked out, I paid $1,400 for the clutch 11 months ago barely went through 11,000 miles, the previous one went through 115,000 miles. So, now the guys are saying that they don't cover normal wear and tear. How do you consider 11,000 miles of clutch as normal wear and tear. The new mechanic already pointed out that wheel shaft has not been properly adjusted, the clutch didn't feel right at all when he test drove the car. It was way too hard and he is not surprised to see it wearing out as soon as it did. So, here we are replacing the clutch again and they are not willing to admit fault and want to shift it on a faulty part, which by the way in the first conversation Mike explained that a faulty part means cracked disk or broken spring, something in those lines, not excessive wear. Excessive wear can be caused by driving habits, wrong installation or not enough lubricant. Well, the driver or the habits never changed so that leaves it to faulty installation. STAY AWAY!!!