I pulled the cap out. It’s labeled 45 uf and 7.5 uf. It does start both motors: One terminal labeled “FAN” goes to the fan, one labeled “HERM” (?) goes to the compressor, and one common “C” terminal.
The AC had been off for overnight before I started it this morning, and I got the fan spinning the first try. It’s one cap for both motors, so it’s getting replaced at any rate. Hopefully I didn’t get a freon dump.
Thanks everyone. I’ll update when I get a replacement capacitor.
Also, in the spec sheet, it’s 40 amps, so the breakers are wired correctly, just mislabeled.
I got the fan going pretty quickly when I turned it on this morning. Also, it’s raining pretty hard right now, so I’m just going to leave it until I replace the capacitor.