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REMA 74/E-06010 Motor: Reversing

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I've got a REMA 74/E-06010 AC motor that I want to use to test my alternator when I have rebuilt it. Only problem is, it turns the wrong way to make mounting easy, so I'd like to reverse it if possible.

The markings are as follows:
REMA-Motor-1_zpslobqdnlv.png~original


Connector block:
REMA-Motor-3_zpsomy7esas.png~original


There are six wires coming from the motor: C1, C2, unmarked Brown (assume C3), C4, C5 & C6. The resistances measure as follows:

C1 to C3: 0.1Ω (or perhaps zero)
C2 to C5: 6Ω
C4 to C6: 4Ω

Current connections:
Z: C1, C2
X: C3 (and jumper to V for voltage selection, see image below)
U: Live, C4, C5
V: Neutral, C6 (and jumper to X)

Note also the 220V jumper label:
REMA-Motor-2_zps1zkdd9gf.png~original

I'm a bit confused by this, as the main label says it is already 220V, so what is this telling me?

Here is a diagram of the connections:
Motor_zpsyrdtkm8o.png~original


It looks a real pig to take apart to trace the windings, so any suggestions?
 

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can you see a capacitor inside ?
or only windings?
 

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