Yeah, I could improve my communication skills. I should have introduced my post more like...
These three wires are actually common, start, and run. There is a technique for determining which wire serves each function with an ohm meter.
Measure orange to blue, orange to yellow and blue to yellow and write down your readings.
The set with the lowest reading will include your common and run wires.
The set with the highest reading will include your start and run wires.
The remaining set will include common and start.
So, in other words...
Common to Run = a lower reading
Common to Start = a much higher reading
Start to Run = the sum of your other 2 readings.
The capacitor wires between Start and Run.
Power connects to Common and Run.
In my defense, it was 1:00 in the morning (local time) when I posted that.
I'm glad you figured it out