According to the schematic, the green wire is one end of the coil. That then leaves the three taps; blue, red, and brown, which is the other end. Brown is the last tap, so that's the full coil. red is the next tap in, and then blue is the lowest, when measured against the green. You don't measure between the two reds, etc.
It's a stacked humbucker, so you have two coils, a top and bottom. You would connect both coils to the same tap. When looking from the back, the wires on the left are the bottom coil.
The two coils are wired in series, so my figures I posted are actually one half of the pickup and should be doubled... that was an oversight on my part.
In the schematic, on the front pickup, the bottom coil has the green wire to ground. The green wire on the top coil is hot. The rear pickup is wired the same way, but goes thorough the phase switch, so the ground and hot connections can be swapped.
It's quite an elaborate schematic!
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