My blower motor crapped out and I got a basically new, used one for cheap but only realized after the fact that they were wired differently. Basically I'm attempting the opposite of this previous post:
My old motor had black, yellow, and blue wires for high, medium, and low speed, an orange common wire, and two purple wires to connect to the capacitor. The new motor has black, blue, and red wires for high, medium, and low speed, and a brown and purple wire to connect to the capacitor. On the wiring diagram the purple wire from the capacitor is shown completing a circuit with the black wire. So do I need to connect a jumper from the leg of the capacitor the purple wire connects to with the orange common wire connection on my air handler?
Old motor P/N: Lennox 34K7601, Emerson K55HXEKD-7375
New motor P/N: Goodman 0131M00005P, Zhongshan Broad-Ocean YDK-250S63223-02