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Pin 11 has too high reading; supposing you measured with red probe at ground.
So is not the case to remove something from that line.
Your problem is a broken trace, or bad solder at SMC probably, or U7000.
You have a higher value than expected on the SCL line.
In such case should be broken line, or bad solder.
But high value can be normal if both SMC and U7000 are removed.
If at least one is on the board, the value should be around 550-700, like you have on SDA.
If none (SMC, or U7000) are soldered, then maybe SDA line has problems, because should be higher in such case.
Then you can suspect a component with leakage.
How ever, you should check disconnecting J6955 and may need to remove C6952/53 (if present).