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Do you mean "disengage?" The slave cylinder may require bleeding.
As to why it might NOT engage, well that means the pressure plate may not be properly secured to the flywheel (you did tighten the bolts, right?) I don't believe you can get the thing together with the disk in backwards, but I'm not sure. I have a '98 2.2l and it trust that the mechanisms are the same. Mine has a hydraulic clutch master/slave and the slave is at the throw out bearing. Not sue fi you can put that in wrong to where it will depress the pressure plate in its rest position.
Hopefully you meant "disengage" and only need to bleed air from system!
You need to Bleed the slave cyl as well as the line.
Once you have the line Bled, push the slave syl's rod in as you open the bleeder screw, just the way you did it with the clutch pedal. Once you have the air out of the slave, you need to do the line once more.
Possible Clutch Issue.. First check fluid level in your clutch reservoir to see. if you have fluid your good if not possible leaks try to fix the leak and bleed the system.. or if that seems okay then maybe needs a clutch :(
You will also need 5" clamp, screw type to compress calipers, be careful to slightly loosen the bleed screw while doing so or ABS system could be adversly affected. Allen wrench should be a 5/16 but the sell just a single wrench to do the job if it a bigger size. You will also need to figure out how to remove the allen head bolt, I use box end wrench on the allen wrench to torque long end down.