I currently own a 2007 manual Ford Focus with 24k miles on it. I am new to this forum and am very ignorant when it comes to automobiles, so please bear with me. I have three concerns and hope I can get some sort of advice into these matters. My first concern is when I hit a bump (whether it be a speed bump, slowly of course, or a small crack) and when my back tires hit them, I hear a squeek around the back wheel wells. Is this an issue with suspension/shocks or something else? My second concern is when I lift my brake peddle from a stop, i hear a squeek from the car. Now I just changed my front brakes over the summer due to the front right brake being completely shattered and grinding into my rotor. But this "releasing brake squeek" continued and when I asked my gf to sit outside the car and listen where it came from she said both sides at the front and back? My final concern has to do with my clutch. When the car is started and sitting idle, there will be this loud "clicking" coming from the engine. Now when I push the clutch in the noise would stop. When the clutch was released the noise would continue again. But if I released the clutch slowly while idle the noise would not continue. This seems like it is slowly getting worse. Maybe it is just me since I am paying more and more attention to it, I don't know? But I rarely ever grind my transmission and has been like this for as long as I can remember? Any help with diagnosing these problems would be greatly appreciated. I also don't know what would be normal wear and tear or what would be covered by my warranty? I've NEVER wrecked my car and take pretty good care of it. Money is tight, as probably for a lot of people, and would rather get suggestions first before I pay the mechanics to do nothing. Thank you for any help you can suggest, I greatly appreciate it.