Hello Everyone, I'm new to this forum but have used it many times to figure out vehicle issues so thank you What brings me to post today is an unusual issue I have following the installation of a new clutch kit (clutch, pilot bearing, throwout bearing, clutch release plate) as well as a new dual mass flywheel in my 05 Liberty sport 3.7liter. When starting the engine a very loud unsettling sqealing noise comes from underneath the vehicle. It isn't consistent either. It kind of chirps too while fading in and out resembling worn serpentine belt sound. Sometimes there's a short break in noise were the vehicle sounds perfectly fine quickly followed by the cringeworthy sqeal. I've been told it could be the pilot bearing is possibly wrong size. I've also read other sources saying that the clutch could be facing wrong (no springs in clutch nor any indicator of which side is correct). Parts were also pre-lubes. I lubed the splines and TO bearing face aswell. Flywheel face and release plate contact surface was cleaned with brake cleaner prior to installation. Could some surface rust accumulation cause this? As you all can probably imagine I'm somewhat dragging my feet about dropping my trans again. Keep in mind I'm also not able to get transmission in gear at all but I've had issues with my hydraulic clutch (new clutch master slave cylinder has been ordered). I would definitely appreciate your insight. Thank you.