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Insulated-shielded hose on driver's side exhaust manifold

On a 1998 Chevy S10 V6 4.3l engine what is the insulated-shielded hose running to the driver's side exhaust manifold and is it necessary for the engine to function properly? There isn't one on the passenger side exhaust manifold. I know where the O2 sensor is and it isn't it. A 3/4 inch wrench fits it so I assume it is a 19mm.

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