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    Default Need diverter pump pics and schematic

    I finished repairing my diverter pump and need a pic and schematic on how to wire the solenoids (without a relay). I searched the forum and found a couple things, but nothing that helps me out. It can't be super secret, so who's got the goods?

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    Here you go, the band on the diode, is away from the switch.
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    Not exactly what I need. I repaired this pump from parts and pieces of 3 pumps (apart in boxes), so I have little to go off of. How are the solenoids grouped together (wiring-wise), and I'll be using the original toggle switch not an aftermarket control.
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    You will need the four solenoid unit for starters, I'll digg for my PD print.
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    The PD print is supper basic, no detailed wiring. Here is some additonal info from Banderlog that may help sort the wire colors out.

    http://www.banderlog.com/products/po...elayManual.pdf
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    if you're talking about how to wire the red and green wire solenoids on the pump itself, here ya go.

    Looking at the pump figuring the side with the hydraulic fittings as being the front side-
    The front red connected to the rear green connect to the green wire on the plug.
    The front green connected to the rear red connected to the red wire on the plug.
    The yellow and blue wire from the plug connects to the blue wire coming out of the motor.
    Black wire from motor to ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cas View Post
    if you're talking about how to wire the red and green wire solenoids on the pump itself, here ya go.

    Looking at the pump figuring the side with the hydraulic fittings as being the front side-
    The front red connected to the rear green connect to the green wire on the plug.
    The front green connected to the rear red connected to the red wire on the plug.
    The yellow and blue wire from the plug connects to the blue wire coming out of the motor.
    Black wire from motor to ground.
    That's what I needed to know. All the solenoids were loose in a box, so I looked at a pic of a pump to get the color/position right. Now I know to cross side to side and front to back.
    I haven't mentioned it yet, but changing motors and pumps is an experience. I should have taken pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowride View Post
    I haven't mentioned it yet, but changing motors and pumps is an experience. I should have taken pictures.
    getting the pump off is a pain! Been there done that

    I'm not great at drawing diagrams but here's what I came up with for future reference-

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    Hmmm....... both my motors have 2 wires.

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    I think I have it figured out, just let me know if I'm right. I have 2 wires going into the motor but they aren't yellow and blue (probably because the motor came from a generic Bennett V351). I need to find which of the two will rotate the motor clockwise and splice the blue and yellow from the switch to that wire. Cross-wire the solenoids together and I should be good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowride View Post
    I think I have it figured out, just let me know if I'm right. I have 2 wires going into the motor but they aren't yellow and blue (probably because the motor came from a generic Bennett V351). I need to find which of the two will rotate the motor clockwise and splice the blue and yellow from the switch to that wire. Cross-wire the solenoids together and I should be good to go.
    I just popped the plug on the frozen motor I have and there are 2 wires that are apparently wired together in the plug itself with 1 blue wire coming out.

    Back in a minute, I'll take a pic.

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    here ya go



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    The 2 wires reverse rotation so I don't why they would be spliced together. I looked at the ports on another pump and it appears the pump should only rotate clockwise with the solenoids directing flow.
    Cas, is that yellow wire just cut inside the grommet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowride View Post
    The 2 wires reverse rotation so I don't why they would be spliced together. I looked at the ports on another pump and it appears the pump should only rotate clockwise with the solenoids directing flow.
    Cas, is that yellow wire just cut inside the grommet?
    I'll go and cut the grommet apart to check, yes, it's just cut and stuck in the grommet
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