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    Where does it bleed?

    When bleeding the slave/t-out bearing on an 01 6-speed, where does the fluid go? Does it just drip out into the tranny? Will it contaminate my disc? Does the fluid come out of the post that the wrench goes on? If so is there a special tool to remove the fluid when turning the post? I have great instructions on how to repair and bleed the system but I just do not want to mess anything up in the bleeding process. Thanks for any help. I will report back after my master cylinder replacement with any problems or tips or brain damage. Thanks again, Mark.-I READ ON ANOTHER POST THAT THE FLUID WILL DRAIN OUT OF A RECTANGULAR HOLE AND TAKE CARE OF ITSELF.
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