Hello, well I just replaced the clutch and slave cylinder. Bled the clutch with a brake bleeder pumped up to about 15PSI. I opened the bleeder and went through a couple big bottles of brake fluid. It never seemed to spit out much air but it still doesn't feel right. When I first hit the clutch pedal after the car has been sitting it seems squishy. Then if I hit the pedal right after that it seems okay again. Also it feels like that clutch it grabbing toward the end (the highest point before the pedal is fully depressed). So that doesn't seem right to me either. I thought most of our cars grab either at the bigging or middle but not at the end. When I first drove it after bleeding it, the clutch seemed to grad earilier (like around the begining or middle). I think I need to bleed the clutch some more but I dunno what else to do because it seems like it wasn't spitting any air out last time I did it. Is there a certain technique to it that I dunno about? Should I pump the power bleeder up higher? Should I pump the pedal while the bleeder nozel is open and the power bleeder pumped up? I sure as hell don't want to destroy my brand new clutch and slave cylinder. Also I replaced my master cylinder fall of last year too so thats pretty new. Any help would be greatly appreciated.