So for awhile I've been battling with throwout bearing issues with my T5. I've gone through two clutch kit replacements-the first was a cheap Ebay kit that fell apart within a few thousand miles. The second was an OEM kit that the mechanic I took it to ordered. I still heard squeaking sounding like the throwout bearing and went away with a little pressure on the clutch; when I told him about it he popped open the inspection port on the transmission and showed me the clutch fork, saying that that's what was squeaking and that he can't do anything about it. Is there any way to get around this? I've heard of this problem on another forum... but it's a Mazda forum and I'm not sure it applies at all to the T5. For reference the shop replaced the clutch, pilot bearing, throwout bearing, pressure plate, and flywheel. I also noticed that the clutch has a bit of give to it before it presses in... is there a way to tighten it up and make the sound go away at the same time? The reason I believe that it's not the throwout bearing is because when it was before it always made the sound-it doesn't do it all the time now.