Bleeding the clutch '93 F150
I just finished swapping out my 4-speed transmission for a 5-speed in my 1993 F150 XLT. I also had to switch the transfer case and drive shafts in the process. I installed a new clutch slave cylinder, and cline between the master and slave cylinders, and have to bleed the system. The manual that I have says that it is a gravity fed system and to loosen the bleed screw and maintain the fluid level in the resevior. I have done the above, but after 7 hours, very little has happened. I get an occasional small bubble coming up into the resevior, but nothing is coming out of the bleed screw yet. Any suggestions on speeding up this process?