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1985 Honda Accord LX mystery part-what is this?

This part apparently works with the cooling/heating system, the part has become caroded and is leaking anti freeze, would like to fix the problem, but am unable to locate the part number and auto part stores are unable to help.

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If this part was taken off the back of the carb then put it back and block off the hose this started leaking on me and has been doing fine since i blocked it a year ago

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