I have a 1997 Jeep Wrangler Sahara, 4.0L, six cylinders. I just changed out the slave cylinder, and tried bleeding it after I installed the new one. Absolutely no fluid is coming out. Even if there is a lot of air in the slave, shouldn't some liquid come out? I was thinking there may be an issue with the clutch master cylinder... maybe something is clogged up, or that could be the reasoning the slave isn't getting enough pressure to get out all the air? I'll be replacing the master cylinder some time soon just to be sure.
This may help: When I turn on my Jeep, it can't shift well at all. When it's off, it shifts just fine..... ??????
ANY help would be greatly appreciated.