Looks like that motor should work fine for you. I will help you figure it out but it may take some back and forth discussion.
Let's start with the motor and get it to turn, then move on to that control box.
Originally Posted by akthor
Coming out of the motor: black, yellow, a black wire that has writing on it, and two sets of 3 wires whose ends are crimped together which I assume means they belong together: black, white, orange and black, red, blue
In those wiring diagrams on the motor where it shows a group of various colors going to "insulate", that means you connect that group together with an insulated connector. In other words, the ones you describe as crimped together.
As you work on this you should label each wire as it is identified and before you cut it from a group - it will save trouble identifying it later.
It sounds like the wiring is now configured for the "high voltage" input (based on the colors that are grouped together.)
In the Black/Red/Blue group, that Black is T1 - label it.
In the Orange/White/Black group, that Black is the one they identify as Black on the diagram - label it as Black so it doesn't get confused with another black.
That leaves us with two blacks (one with writing) and a yellow.
The Yellow is obviously Yellow on the diagram.
Now the harder part, the two blacks. One is P1 and the other is P2.
Can you tell anything from the writing on the one wire?
Are there any signs that one was capped off? P2 isn't used in the high voltage configuration.
Are you looking at these inside the cable box on the side of the motor? Any labels in there? Can you provide a picture in the box?
Any numbers on the wires? The factory diagram I downloaded has numbers on the internal connections.
To answer another of your specific questions - Line 1 and Line 2 on the diagram are the incoming power, either from a power cord or the control box.
Do you have a Volt/Ohm meter for testing?