replaced furnace blower now breaker issue
Hello, recently I replaced the first the capacitor on the furnace blower, then after that did not work I went ahead and got anotherr squirrel cage blower and motor we were using for a fan from the shop. In the shop the blower was wired to 110, thru the red and white wires, no capacitor. A little kick with the fingers after plug in and it served admirably. Looks the same as bad motor except for wire colors. The one I took out has 1 red, 1 purple, 1 black , 2 brown and the ground. The one I put in has 1 red 1 wht, 1 black 1 blue 2 brwn and a ground. The old one had the red taped off (to itself, no connect) and the black to (relay/sequencer) and purple to the breaker. The new install having no purple wire, was connected red to breaker, wht to #2 slot on (relay/sequencer?) same as other, then capacitor (browns) added.
After this the blower now comes on (yay!) and runs fine, good heat far a bit but within i guess 15-25 mins kicks the breaker at the main breaker box.
Should i get the wires extended a bit to reach and use the blue/black combo instead? I am just not sure why the breaker is kickin. Any help appreciated.
Thanks in advance,