Help ID part coolant leak

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    April 13, 2019 24434 PM EDT.png Please help I need to replace this part. I am not sure what to look for. Is it a whole assembly with the hoses? It connects to the firewall on the passenger side. It is leaking onto the coil pack and spark plug and causing a misfire.
     
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    You didn't say what year or motor this is but that's a heater hose. The tee is is usually for the rear heat. The hose is sold as an assembly and is attached to the heater core at the firewall with a "quick connect" that requires a tool and patience to remove. The hose clamp looks like someone meddled with the thing in the past, as that's not stock.
     
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    Sorry the year is 2003 and the motor is 5.4.
    I removed the original clamp and placed that one just to see if the leak would stop. It kept leaking so I think it's the T that the hose connects to before connecting to the hose that goes to the firewall.
     
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    18481398_cfv_74858_pri_larg.jpg This is the part I need to replace I think.
     
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    Replaced it no more leak thanks.
     

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