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Please need help identifying cord found in engine bay

focusonginafocusongina Dallas Texas Posts: 2
edited January 2016 in Ford
ok so I decided to change my  air filter as I had just driven it 1000 miles to my new home in Texas. I don't believe it'd ever been replaced before and there had been an awful smell coming from the vents.. I thought a quick clean out and new filter would be the ticket... Well I'm sure it was however in the process of removing the cover I pulled out a plug coming from <UNKNOWN> it had clips to secure it going up and around the back of the battery. Now on one end of the cord which is RED is labeled T, and flipped over is labeled with the number 6.   Following the entire cord to the opposite end there is a plug for an outlet, which is covered with a cap. I feel like a moron since I still HAVE NOT been able to successfully reconnect this mystery cord to wherever the flippin he!! It came from! Thanks for any suggestions or playful jokes! 
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