Hello all, Just got the engine back in after a great experience doing the major plus a whole lot more. The car is still in the air as I prepare for first start. I bled the brakes real easy. I used the plan ordinary two-man bleed technique, only this time it was one woman and one man .... the wife participated! One thing I noticed that was missing from FBB's simple steps was the point that it is a good idea to listen for the ABS pump to start during the down stroke and then quickly close the bleed valve till the pump stops. This ensures the pump isn't doing the job of driving the fluid through the circuit. In any case I bled the clutch next and all appeared great. The old fluid came out, some air bubbles came out and then all was clear. But alas the clutch is gone. No pressure on it at all, one finger can get it to the bottom. Ideas?