I have a 2003 Subaru Forester, manual transmission, about 185,000 miles. I had the clutch replaced back in March. It’s happened several times over the past, oh, two weeks or so, that I’ve been driving and smelled that telltale smell of burning clutch. Each time it’s been shortly after I’ve started driving with a cool engine, and it’s usually when I’m in 5th gear, going about 60 on the highway-foot not on the clutch, not shifting, not driving with any additional load or stress on the car, not even driving uphill. The gears all shift fine and it doesn’t feel like it’s slipping, but I know that smell can never be a good thing so I’m wondering if anyone has any insight into what’s causing this and how serious it might be. Thanks!