Thanks fellas, sorry I didn't get back sooner, been working up to 9pm sometimes.
Anyway, I read everything you guy's posted. like I said after I replaced the capacitor, it would only run for a minute or so. I was hoping it would run at least a few minutes so I could put it in heat and jump the terminals and see if it shifted to check the reservsing valve and the defrost control board, but it wouldn't. I know the timer's on the defrost control board. But I wanted to check the motor as you guys suggested. Hardly any end play and it spun free. All the ground checks and ohmn readings checked out ok.
I ordered the defrost control board, put it in and after five minutes this time as I just got done putting the cover back on and was walking away, IT STOPPED!!! Let's say I was a little "dismayed"
Next day I checked all the connections again but this time I used my prersonal Fieldpiece SC46 for my checks, last time I used the regular one in my tool bag and as I said everything checked out good.
This time though, I had no grounds but when I did my ohms check, the ohms worked out to less than one ohmn difference, but when I went from the yellow to brown wires the ohms were correct for the measurements but the meter sounded off, I was like you gotta be kiding me ,(The SC46 has continuity and ohms on the same setting).
I ordered the motor last Sunday, got it Wednesday and was able to put it in today. Walked upstairs turned on the thermostat, walked outside and had an instant heart attack because I couldn't hear the unit running. You could always here this unit, not superloud but it did vibrate. I went around the corner and to my suprise, it was running and it was quieter now than when it was installed!
I paid $45.00 for the Board and $131.00 the motor. All things considered I have no problem with replacing these I believe I needed both. That motor had me fooled though.
But thanks to all the input from you all, it's running good. It figures, it was OOC for the few hot days we had here and the next week it's going to be in the sixties. I don't care, I still ain't turning it off!!! ha,ha,ha