I have bled mine the same way you would bleed brakes. Put a tube on the bleeder valve and have someone pump the clutch a few times and then hold the clutch in. Open the valve for a very short time and then close it. Repeat many times. Remember to check the level of the fluid and keep it full while you do this. I have done this twice now and never had a problem with it. I do have a hand vacuum pump now that is supposed to make this a person job and eliminate the need to pump the pedal but I have yet to try it.
i have a similar problem, but ive replaced my slave cylinder, master cylinder, and bled it to hell, and it still staysto the floor, i have to pull the pedal up with my toe to shift, my fluid was burnt after a day when i fully bled it, i have no clue what the hell to do about it, ive been driving it and dealing with it for like 3 months like that now.
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