I went to my dealer site. The age of your furnace wasn't there but I did some looking st some comparable furnaces. Because something about the limit judt didnt look right.
Then I google'd "comfortmaker furnace parts"
I looked at several sites and camstat kept coming up. The problem that needs to be answered are;
1. Determine right limit
2. Determine lenght of limit. ie. 6", 8", 9" and so on
With the wires on the limit you have this has me a little stumped. usually there are 2 or 4. you might look at the wiring schematic on your furnace. There seems to be some aftermarket engineering.
It look something like this
Range voltage from 24 Volt - 120,240 Volt.
WIRING CONNECTIONS: (C) COMMON, (NC) NORMALLY CLOSED, (NO) NORMALLY OPEN
Temperature Range:120-250 F
Differential Range: 20-40 F
I may be off base but what you have is not right.