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Water pump nozzle hose

The hose comming out of the bottom of the pump is it suppose to be connected to anything

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What type of hose is it? is it a small hose because usally there is not a hose coming out of the water pump itself they are breathers from the fuel tank or some or something else that needs to be vented and thats where they route the hoses

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