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Trans line placement question- HELP Please

So the metal transmission lines under the radiator rusted out, I replaced it, but I'm unsure on the driver side connection. The rubber hoses both popped off on the drivers side at the same time and I am unsure as to which hose goes back where- Can someone please advise?
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I have an '03 V8, not sure if they are the same, but the upper steel line coming out of transmission has a rubber hose on the end that connects to the inboard steel line going under the radiator across to the driver side where another rubber hose connects it to the topmost steel line on the air to oil cooler in front of radiator, then another rubber hose then goes into the top of that cooler. Make sense?
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Mine has two steel lines (that I replaced) under the radiator. On the driver side, going from the steel to the rubber lines, I'm still not sure which is a return and which is a feed.
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So does the V8, as I described. One takes the trans oil to the cooler, the other takes mine back to a cooler in radiator and then out of rad back to the trans.
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