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Where's the clutch bleed screw?

This is a discussion on Where's the clutch bleed screw? within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I was going to bleed the clutch on my m6 and couldn't find the bleed screw anywhere. I have the ...

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    Where's the clutch bleed screw?

    I was going to bleed the clutch on my m6 and couldn't find the bleed screw anywhere. I have the factory service manual and it says to open the bleed valve on the clutch actuator. It appears that this is inside the transmission belhousing, and there's barely enough room in the tranny opening for the one braided line that comes from the master cylinder. My car is an '01 T/A. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.

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    It is above that braided line you see.

    And yes...a ROYAL pain in the ass.
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    Thanks Mr. Luos, I found it, with a flashlight and inspection mirror. What were they thinking?

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    Not really sure.

    I know I had to do mine twice.

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