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Wiring diagrams for pump motors are usually on the inside of the cover of the wire access cover or on the motor tag. If this is a 1/2 HP motor it could possibly be wired 125V or 250V. Be sure to wire for correct voltage.
There are many different types of motors. you should have a diagram on the inside of the wiring compartment cover. This is a dayton diagram, but I can't be sure it is the same as the motor you have.Notice line terminals remain the same, but that the internal wires change terminals.
I am assuming you are running 110 vac. Usually there is a diagram on the plate with the motor specification. You want the low voltage for110 and high for 220 motor wiring diagram you connect the motor as shown. If it is not on that motor it maybe on the old one they are usually the same.
You will need wire nuts to tie together the wires.
Note if this is a capacitive start or switch start. Allot of pool pumps are Switch start.
Most of those are simple diagrams that have one ground and two hot wires. One wire will make it go up and the other down by reversing the electric motor. You can usually identify the ground by its color (black). Find you a good 12V source and hook it up to one of the other wires and see which way that the cylinder/bed moves. Hook that wire up accordingly to your switch.