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I guess you mean where do the wires go FROM the torque capacitor. They go to the terminals on the RUN capacitor. if you have 3 terminals on the run CAP. connect them to HER. & COM.
I Hope This Helps. If Not Get Back With Me. We Can Work It Out.
JSTACH

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