Tried to bleed the clutch hydraulic system on our 96 Disco 4litre V8. Even though we did not allow the fluid level to drop too low, 'somehow' the system became filled with air. Using a vacuum bleeder, we managed to get most of the air out but the pedal only engages at the lower half of its travel. If you look at the clutch master cylinder, it is on an angle (tilted up from the fire wall so that the output pipe forms an arc that is higher than the master cylinder- air trapped inside?).... if I tried to bleed the system again with the Disco jacked up at the back, which would make the clutch master sit level, would it help? One piece of advice we got from the Dealer was to pump the pedal 150-250 times!!! (sounds excessive to me). Has anyone encountered this problem? Any advice? Pavel.