Can you identify where this wire goes?

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Acquired a 2006 HSE last week. After heavy rains, looks like the right front sunroof has been draining into the car for some time. Yesterday, fixed the drain with a new elbow (thank you forum) and checked/cleaned all the connections to the CJB (thank you forum). Used a shopvac to remove significant water from the passenger (RHS) footwell. Removed enough trim and lifted the carpet back to access the wiring and fixed two separate corroded splices, specifically the small two into one red wires, to correct the brake A/B correlation fault, transmission fault, HDC fault and System fault Special Programs Not Available (thank you forum). While it is still basking in the sun with a circulating fan to try and dry it out, thickest floor padding ("sponge") I've ever encountered on a vehicle, I noticed a disconnected brown wire that was not like that when I did the drain and CJB (before peeling back the carpet). It appears from a bundle from the upper left to the lower right behind the removed glove box. I'm guessing I pulled it loose when I uprooted the carpet to get the the footwell wiring.
The vehicle is throwing no codes whatsoever now. Yet, I have a broken wire.

Can anyone identify from the photo where the brown wire should go?

Alternately, can you identify the bundle it is coming from? I have the wiring diagram but no reference point to start

Thanks.

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Researching the wiring diagram and ignoring brown wires coming from 20/30 amp fuses (its a small wire) reveals the following two connectors: C1630 and C1629. Does anyone have the pinouts/photo of those connectors?
 

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I think this has the connectors you're looking for.
 

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