HI,

I'm working on a pretty basic project with a Wiper motor. I basically just want it to spin on it's "fast" setting while connected to a LiPo. I bought an aftermarket one on the cheap and I can't seem to find a wiring diagram anywhere. I did a bunch of research and I think i have the basic idea of it, i would just like someone with the know-how to either confirm or correct my assumptions. Below are pictures of the wiring:

here are my assumptions I am hoping to get confirmed or corrected: The Red and White wires are heading into the same spot as the black (ground). So I'm assuming my Red and White are the fast/slow wires, but I'm not sure which is which. The green/yellow wires are going into a different part of the motor so I'm assuming those are the park brake (which I don't really have a need for).

One of my main questions is about the ground. There is an end sticking up. An end going in the same spot as the Red/White, and an end wired to the manifold. I have no clue what to do with that.

My assumption about how to get this to work is if I can connect the (-) to the ground and the (+) to either the slow or fast wire it will spin either slow or fast respectively. And reversing the (+)(-) on the same wires will make it spin in the opposite direction. Is that correct?

Assuming all my assumptions pan out, what do I need to do to (1) Properly set up the ground wire to wired to a LiPo and (2) Square way the yellow and green wire so they don't interfere with everything else.

Any help would be greatly appreciated and I look forward to learning a lot from you guys and your projects.

Thanks!