A few months ago this little box started leaking coolant (the green stuff), i took it to the mechanic to repair, charge me for it but apparently did nothing because continue leaking (just a few drops not enough to form a puddle under the truck so i just ignore it).
Fast forwarding to the present and my truck show up a light telling me to "CHECK GAUGES", again ignore it and when I parked a huge puddle was under, big leak and the truck shut off (overheating i guess). Open the hood check and the coolant reservoir was empty. Woopsie. Good news it happen less than 1km from my home so I was able to let it cool down and drive "safely" to my house and park without overheating.
Filled the reservoir, turn on the truck and a fountain of the stuff came from this little box. The bottom plastic, nipple? , that connects a hose finally broke.
Stupid me trying to fix the dammed thing unplug all 3 of the hoses (hard to reach) to fix the broken one, not even 1 minute had passed and I already forgot the order that they were plugged. Shit at least 1 of them is thicker so no big deal but the other two were the same fucking thickness so i don't know what to do now.
So anyone knows whats the name and purpose of this little box, and whats the correct order of the hoses. I am trying to find some diagrams but no luck identifying it.
Ford f-150 2007 crew cab 5.4l triton engine.