Question about Heating & Cooling
These wire colors are the different speeds for the motor. You will have 1 wire going to the heat, 1 wire going to the cool, and 2 wires on the park terminals on the board if available. It will actually tell you the speeds of the colors provided on the motor itself i.e. BLACK=High and so on. Without knowing what model of unit you are working on, it's hard to say where exactly the wires will hook up, but the majority of the time you will have a electrical board inside the furnace and the terminals that I described will be marked. Hope this helps and good luck!
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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