First, I choose the next connector I want to work on. I make note of its color, number of terminals, gender, and general configuration. This one is pretty simple, because it only has two pins.
This is a female connector, so it gets a single border, and the pins are numbered from left to right. Each possible color is given a consistent letter (or two). I have this written down as green with a pink stripe, and brown with a yellow stripe.
It turned out this was incorrect, which caused confusion, but that's what I have noted here.
This is the second time through the book, though. I said previously that I got the colors on one of the wires as green and pink (GP) - but I didn't find that, so I looked again and saw that it was in face green and orange (GOr).
The kit car won't have A/C, so later on, I will go back and remove these wires from the harness.
Once I have it all labeled, I can continue the diet.