Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Southsea, Hampshire, UK
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Pumping the pedal 250 times is really a non starter. I would suggest that you invest in a pressure bleeding kit. Gunsons makes an excellent bit of kit that uses the spare tyre as an air source which forces fluid through the system. They cost around £30 and are, without a doubt, the best way of bleeding brakes and clutch systems unless you are happy buying professional kit for hundreds, if not thousands.
However, I am unclear as to why the system needed bleeding in the first place. If you have changed anything, ensure that master and slave cylinders are properly seated and bolted down. Unlike the Defender, the Disco clutch system cannot be adjusted. Also check for any damp patches, particlarly round flexible pipes. There might be a leak causing air to seep in.
Please post some more details.