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I NEED TO REWIRE A DOERR LR22132 ELECTRIC

I need to rewire A doerr LR22132 electric motorits 5 hp rpm 3450 230 volts I5.0 amp to A sears air compressor(original equipment)

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The green should be connected to the chassis, it is ground.
There should be a wiring diagram on it to tell you how to do this, but if not:

There may be T-leads on the motor labeled
P1, P2, T3,T4,T5,T8

P1-L1(black wire)
P2-cap/tape don't use.
T2,T3, and T5 wire nut together
T4,T-8 wire nut together with L2(white)

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