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Important - you need to fully seat the pins in the connector. There are several stops where it feels like the pin is fully seated, but it isn't. IF you can see any part of the pin out of the back of the connector, the pin isn't pushed in far enough (wasted a fair amount of post-assembly troubleshooting on this). A close-in picture showing the connector with the pins properly seated would be helpful. Much more helpful than the current third image.
Also, make sure you are inserting the pins into the 3-pin connectors and not the 4-pin connectors. Did that, and it was a pain to fix.
Assumably, we plug in the hot end at this point.
I would suggest installing the nylock nuts first. They are easier to install from the inside and the limit switches obstruct this.
I second this. The first part instruction were great. Now it is a lot of guessing.
You should probably slide the silicone insulation over the wire before you strip it, as the spare ends of the insulating fiber make it really hard to slide the insulating sleeve over the wire after it is stripped. I made a big mess of mine and had to pull the crimp off trying to do it after crimping the parts together in later steps.