AC motor wiring

I've a fan/motor from a residential air handler, the wires have been cut there are four of them - can some tell me how it should be wired. Here's
what I know...
Manu - Westinghouse Type - FLL Volts - 115 Speed - 1050/900/800 RPM Amps - 7 HP = 1/3 (doesn't sound as though that jives with the current rating).
There are four wires, Red, Blue, White and Black coming from the motor and a large capacitor with two wires that also feed into the motor housing, here are the point to point resistances (ohms)...
Blk - Red = 2.4; Blk - Blue = 1.1; Blk - White = 1.8 Red - Blue = 1.2; Red - White = 4.5 Blue - White = 3.2
Cap Red Post - Red = 18.2; - Blue = 16.6; - White = 17.5; - Black = 15.3 Cap Black Post - Red = 31.5; - Blue = 30.4; - White = 27.1; - Black 29.0
Any speed is fine, it would be nice to be able to select.
TIA for any help,
Peter
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According to the schematic of my furnace, which has a 3-speed PSC blower motor:
Black - White: high speed Blue - White: medium speed Red - White: low speed
which jibes with your winding resistance readings.
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