No, there's no bleed screw, and none required.
The screw in the cap on the Pitman shaft is for setting backlash on the steering box - do NOT fawk with that unless you know what you're doing.
Running that screw inward pushes the tapered teeth on the Pitman into tighter engagement with the teeth on the rack. If you get the backlash too tight, the steering box can lock up --> worst case = busload of nuns dies horrifically (or something like that ).
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