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As you read from the title the cluch is not bleeding and dumping fluid out of the connector. I have attempted to add a rubber seal it didn't help. I then replaced the plastic connectors and is still leaking I honestly don't know. I'm probably doing something wrong I don't know. Junk yard trans clutch and slave cylinder. The line it's self held pressure before I put it in.
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I'm not sure of the whole clutch bleeding procedure. But what I am sure of is the bleed screw is located inside the bell housing on the slave unit.


I'll look at mine later to see if I can offer any insight.
The thing is is that some is going though the bleed screw while the rest is dumping out at where the y connector that contains the bleed screw and the slave cylinder connector connect .
 

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I figure it out it was a weird seal on the clutch line that had disappeared as I honestly don't know where it went. Also they are discontinuing the seal soon I found out through the dealer ship
 
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