I just tried bleeding the clutch on my 2006 CRV and had no luck. I have a mityvac bleeder that does a great job bleeding the brakes. I did the brakes on the CRV first with great success. I was able to find the elusive bleeder screw on the Gen 2 slave cylinder and it was indeed a PITA to get to. I found the easiest way was to take the tupperware off the bottom of the car and attack it from the bottom. I sprayed some PB Blaster on the 8mm bleeder screw and cracked it. I put the mityvac on the bleeder and opened the bleeder. Nothing came out. I unscrewed it some more. Nothing came out. I totally unscrewed the bleeder screw and nothing came out. Is my slave cylinder clogged with gunk or do you need to depress the clutch to get brake fluid to come out of the bleeder? My wife was not around so I was not able to have a helper press the pedal. The clutch was fine before the attempted bleed and it's still okay so no air got into the system. Any suggestions? Should I just try and bleed it the old fashioned way?