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Missing parking brake wiring

My 2001 Brave 26P has a switch on the brake release, but has no wire to the instrument cluster. After close inspection, there is no disconnected wire or extra connections under the dash. I have found nothing on Winnebago or Workhorse wiring diagrams that shows a route from the switch to the ABS/parking brake light. One diagram seems to show a connection from the switch to an unknown module to which a whole flock of unrelated wires are connected.
It is rather alarming to discover I have had the brake on after having driven several miles. Does anyone know how to connect the switch to the light?
2001 Winnebago Brave SE 26P
Workhorse, P32, 7.4L
2000 chassis, SuperSteer springs
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