I have a 1987 Suzuki Intruder VS700 with a hydraulic clutch. The clutch gradually got to where it would not fully disengage much of the time and I took the reservoir cover off and added fluid. Afterward it would not disengage at all. I have bled at the master cylinder and at the bleed valve on the slave cylinder but cannot get the clutch to work. I used the same procedure that I used for the front brake once before and it worked perfect for the brake. When I cover the master cylinder outlet with my thumb, the lever pumps more pressure than I can hold with my thumb. I then bleed some more fluid off after installing the hose bolt. I get no air at the master cylinder or at the bleed valve on the slave cylinder. Is there something else I should be doing? Am I missing something? Should I reverse flow bleed as the Clymer manual describes? Could the clutch hose or slave cylinder have gone bad? I really hate to by a new $180 hose or $75 slave cylinder if I don’t need to. Thanks in advance.