Quoted from Dono:
Since the only score motor switch in that circuit is IND F, that should be very simple to eyeball... index cam is the one next to the motor housing... each switch pair on the stack is lettered from the bottom (A) to the top, so the IND F Make/Break switch is at the top or close to the top of the stack... might want to clean it with your choice of cleaning instrument, and ensure that the make-break action is correct as you move the cam. If you're not familiar with a Make - Break switch, there's good info on here, just search.
checked this. index f is actually the second cam from the motor i believe, as there are 2 index cams. the motor run( as howardb outlined above) is orange/green, yellow, and white/blue. im tracing the white/blue as that's for my outhole relay circuit. yellow is supplying the power to the outhole relay, via the zero position switch on the ball count unit, and the outhole switch. so to bypass everything and make sure we have a good relay at least, shouldn't the relay engage when i take a jumper from the yellow cam wire off index f, and connect it to the blue/yellow going directly to the outhole relay coil?