Doubt it would at the moment,,, I believe when they are on there last legs they can destroy the started motor, as the dust from the clutch plate clogs up the starter eventually. Are you sure your not just imagining the vibration coz you think something is wrong? As 36k for a clutch doesn't really seem a lot of miles. Example, you say the drive belt is fine, how did you come to this conclusion ? As a slipping belt will cause a squeal, and this will worsen until whatever is causing the problem is rectified.
Had the belt changed about 2 months ago. Had a mechanic listen to the noise today, wasn't sure what it was but mentioned the release bearing...
True, i just swapped my 305 000km driven engine off, and changed the clutch... Yeah, it was worn out, but not as worn as you would think, so i realy dont think that clutch would be goner on that low mileage.
I would go under the car and take a look for the torque rod. Driving on the pothole might have damaged it, so now when you take off, the torque twistst the engine, and the rubber engine mounts, causing the squeel... that would also cause some vibration, and they are easy to check.
Will check this out!