The line is the return or furthest back (maybe even higher) of the 2 lines. It starts off doing a "U" bend (in steel) then goes into a "U" bend rubber hose, then into a long steel line with a kick in it that follows the frame rail on the left side (4cylinder car) out to a bent rubber hose then the power steering cooler (a loop of steel line) then the rubber hose to the res jug (the only hose I didn't replace). Like I said in your thread, I broke off the line, so I could put a socket on it. It came out fairly easy once I got the right combo of extensions and wobbles together.The new line screwed right in like it was made for it (it was). Getting the rest of it in wasn't too bad to do. Some of the clips were broken which made getting things exactly right were tough, but zip ties to the rescue took care of that. Yeah having Rock Auto is pretty nice, as they've got a great selection, and prices are pretty decent. And if you sign up for their newsletter, you can get some discounts on parts that are being discontinued. I've been buying parts from them for about 4 years now. I don't know how much I've saved with them but I'm sure it's quite a bit compared to what Autozone or O'Reilly's have charged me for stuff over the years. I hear you on the cold, rainy, cloudy, snowy days though, as we're always about 5* cooler than Detroit. Yeah, and if you want to keep a nice car nice, don't drive it in the winter. That's how I keep my 52 year old VW around (no, it's not a show car, but it does look nice, and was built to be driven).