Q: Overheating? Shutting off, leaking, wire hanging

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This morning, my car would not get warm from the heat, it shut down and I quickly got it jumped and barley made it home with the temp gauge going really hot and not being able to turn right. Noticed leaking when I got home and then a little wire hanging from the plastic above the passenger side. Wasn't sure what that was or what is going on. Help please!!

My car has 277000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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