Hello I will help you with your question,
To bleed your clutch you can open the bleeder screw on the slave cylinder and let the fluid flow for a count of thirty. Do not let the level in the reservior drop below half way during this time
The slave cylinder is located on the transmission, if you follow the pipe from the clutch master cylinder it will attach to the slave cylinder
This is the procedure to bleed the slave but I would just open the bleeder and let it drip for the thirty seconds, close the bleeder, fill the reservoir and check the pedal
Let me know if you have further questions about this procedure
If the rod is attached to the pedal arm the fault might be with the master cylinder. Try testing to see what is going on. Start with the pedal at the top of its travel and push it to the floor while watching the slave lever on the transmission, if it does not move the master or slave cylinder is at fault. I would replace both as they are 18 years old.
If the slave does move the lever but the lever dose not return:
Remove the slave cylinder from the transmission and operate the clutch lever with a hammer handle, If the lever operates normally reinstall the slave and we will look further
Let me know what you find
The master cylinder is the shown in the diagram below, the nuts are on the inside, you can remove them when you remove the pin that holds the rod to the pedal.
Pry cotter pin out of clutch pedal pin, then remove pedal pin from top of clutch pedal.
Let me know what else I can do for you
I will be happy to help you until your clutch problem is repaired.
When your parts get in install them and bleed the clutch then let me know if you need anything else. Be sure to operate the lever on the clutch to ensure it moves smoothly and returns to the released position without problem.
I will be watching for your post when you can proceed further with this