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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.
There are two versions...the easiest to work on is located on the drivers side of the bellhousing. The other version is inside the bellhousing and is part of the throwout bearing (there will be a hose connection going into the bellhousing and a bleed valve protruding from the side of the bell housing on those) This version is used on later models but I have seen it used when engine/trans swaps have been previously made. Clutch master is on the firewall on the left side of the brake master cyl.
Take a turkey baster or similar item and **** the fluid out of the clutch master, refill it. Then open the bleed valve on the slave cylinder, have someone step down on the clutch, close valve. Repeat several times till fluid is clean coming out. Do not permit the master to run dry while bleeding. Top off when finished.