ooh yeah the bleeder on the slave cyl. does not have a nipple, so i cant hook a hose up to it to bleed air bubbles into a jar like you do with breaks. cant even use my break bleeder device on this slave cuz the bleeder is a allen wrench with a pin hole. does the slave cyl. bleeder screw need to be facing up or down. the old slave cyl i took out (that was toasted) the bleeder was facing down. i put the new one on the same way with bleeder facing down. shop manual doesnt explaine this process very well. i dont see how the air can escape from the slave cyl. proper if the bleeder is facing down, the air is traped at the top side of slave cyl.. do i flip the slave around so the bleeder screw is on the top? what are these instructions hold slave at a 45 degree angle while bleeding it.? does that matter?