You are going to need to replace the ice maker module. According to the wiring diagram that is all that is connected electrically to that side of the inlet valve, and I have to say I have never seen one do that ever and I have been doing refrigerator repair for a very long time.
That is the bad part and contains all of the moving parts of the ice maker.
The module is the tan part under the white end cap. Unplug the refrigerator. There are 2 hex head screws that hold the ice maker on. They should be 1/4 inch screws just over the top of it and sometimes one underneath. Loosen the screws on the top and remove the one on the bottom. Lift the ice maker off the top 2 screws and follow the wires back to the wire connector and unlock then pull the connector.
You will then have the ice maker out. Remove the endcap in the picture.
Remove the wire connector from the ice maker, then remove the old module. That is the tan part under the end cap with the 3 phillips head screws.
Install the new module and then put the wire connector back in last just before putting on the end cap.
Once you get everything together plug the refrigerator cord into the wall outlet and turn everything on. The ice maker will cycle when it gets cold.
The part number is XXXXX And one place that has it online is located HERE
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