Hi all, and thanks in advance for any wisdom you can provide. My old single speed pump recently decided to start making a lot of noise then quit working. So, after seeing my electric bill went down 50 bucks and the only thing that had changed was the pump not running I figured it would be worth the investment to buy a 2 speed pump. I settled on the Pentair Superflo 340042 1 HP 2 speed pump. The thing arrived yesterday with the switch in a little baggy zip tied to the pump and poor installation instructions. Between the poor diagram (lines not showing) on the side of the pump and some of the articles I've found here, I determined the yellow wire off the switch goes to position 2 on the pump, the white wire goes to position 3/4, one of the hots coming from the timer goes to position 1 and the other hot attaches directly to the black wire coming off the switch, then the ground coming from the timer goes to the green ground screw. What I can not figure out is how to route the switch wires inside the pump housing. There is literally no room in there. When I tried routing them in what I thought was the most efficient manner, the black coming off the switch is going to be too short to work with. If I route them another way they are in the way of the terminal block on the pump. I am really disappointed with the way this pump arrived. For the amount of money it cost, and due to the fact that I specifically purchased a 2 speed pump I don't feel I should be in the position of having to actually install the switch that makes it a 2 speed pump. Has anyone here successfully installed one of these switches that could perhaps shed a little light?