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Unfortunately, we can't see what the other end of that hose is connected to, which means we can't answer your question. There's a white nylon "zip-tie" on it, which I'm pretty certain it didn't leave the factory with, so my guess is someone tire that there for a reason, so it's not "normal".

Having said that, it's not unusual for there to be a vent hose on or around the charcoal canister - but to really answer your question, we need to know where the other is connected.

By the way, it would probably help if we knew what you were driving, yeah, it's a 98 Esteem wagon - 1.6 or 1.8?
 

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It "could" be the vent line, its had to tell as there's a solenoid you're pointing to as well, is that associated with the hose?

As Fordem says, its hard to tell from the photos
 

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Hi guys, pulled a late one at work so I didn't get back when I wanted. The end not connected in my pic comes from the air cutoff valve. I'm guessing it is as it should be and acts as a vent when the air cutoff valve closes?

Let me know what you think and how far off base I am.

Appreciate it,
Jake
 
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