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fill clutch master cylinder. there should be a slave cylinder at top of trans case. bleeder on slave cylinder. crack bleeder with clutch applied. (pump up and hold). do same thing until stright fluid comes out of bleeder.. clutch should be solid after this operation.
Make sure it is full of brake fluid first. If it is, check for leaks around the clutch master and slave cylinder. The master cylinder is mounted on the firewall below the brake master cylinder and towards the driver side. Follow the line to find the slave cylinder on front of the transmission. If you find no leaks, either the master and/or slave cylinder is bad or the clutch fingers are broken.
The master cylinder is mounted directly behind the clutch pedal in the fire wall. A push and twist design. If you are intending to remove it don't forget to unplug the sensor(mounted on the rod) first.