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I do not have a diagram for you but I can tell you how they normally are hooked up. When you have the motor sitting in it's normal position the black wire from the power cord will attach to the terminal closest to where the cord comes in. There should also be a black dot next to the terminal. The two white wires will connect together and they will go on a terminal on the other side of the motor that also has a black dot next to it. The remaining black wire should connect to a terminal next to the white wires or at least on the same side of the motor as the white wires. Hope this helps you.
Your new motor should be very similar to the old motor. Compare the two motors to see if you can determine where each wire on the old motor should go on the new motor. If you are not sure it may save you money to have it wired by a qualified repair person. If you hook it up wrong it may damage the new motor and/or other electric components of your vacuum.
I cannot find a wiring diagram from where I am located right now, but I do know that the black wire coming from the power cord goes to the top side of the motor when you have it laying upside down with the cover off, and it will go to the tab towards the back of the vacuum. Sometimes they put a black dot beside the tab and if that is there you put your wires from the power cord on those. You will also have two wires coming from your light bar in front and the white wire will usually have a piggy-back terminal that your white wire from the power cord attaches to as well. If there are no black dots beside the terminal tabs the white wires will connect to the bottom terminal on the opposite side from the black power cord wire. It will usually be on the lower side of the motor as well. The black wire from the light bar will go on the remaining terminal tab as there is usually only three tabs on the motor. I will check back later this week to see if this has helped you and if not I should be able to get a diagram this weekend.
You won't find a diagram. You will have series of yellow and white and sometimes gray wires on the outside of the motor housing and often a letter code etched on the housing , indicating the original wiring from years ago, red, blue, yellow, however the newer wiring eliminated those colors. These wires are almost fool proof as they will align with the longest wire at the furthest point,a center one piggy backed , etc however before starting please post back to advise if you have removed the rewind and or motor and if so, did you disturb the motor wiring inside the motor shroud. Please post the original problem you opened the vac for as well and I will try to walk you through this
take the black lead of the power cord to one on-off switch lug, then take wire off other switch lug to one motor connection terminal, brilg other motor terminal wire back to other wire on the line cord.simply a series power circuit