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Witch trans line is the return line on a 99 ford ranger 4.0 v6

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I belive its the top one, a good test to make sure is to remove the top line and put a hose on the end of it and stick into a container to catch oil, then hold a container under the fitting on radiator and have someone spin the engine and watch where the oil comes from, for example if oil comes out the line then you know the bottom is the return but if oil come out fitting from radiator then top is the return, hope this helps.

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