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These can be found on the Web by using the year and make of car along with the words "wiring diagram". This usually gets results and you will find a variety of hits. I have used several showing slightly different starting diagrams. When you get farther into each article you will find what you want. The diagrams are coded by color with letters.
the Maytag dryers would have the diagram either INSIDE the control panel, OR on the back of the control panel. Neither are color coded as there never was a color coded diagram ever printed. The diagrams do list the color of wires and show where they start and terminate. That is all a service tech would require to troubleshoot. If the diagram has been removed, you could try an online search.
The wiring diagram shows the wiring color code, Power rating
and connector plug used. The wiring diagram explains the vehicle's electrical
connections with color code. It's a bit complicated to understand.
Try autozone.com. There are free diagrams in the repair section.
If you have a new ACDelco pig tail there will be letters on the plug (don't know if aftermarket plugs would have the letters). A wire diagram should show what letters go to what color wire.
If I'm not mistaken,
(depending on which O2, the purple and tan wires could have a white stripe)
If there are no letters on the new plug then check the O2.
Also to be sure, the plug goes in one way, You should have at least one more O2 that you can check and see what wire goes where. They will all have basically the same color and plug into the O2 in the same way.