I checked inside the motor and everything looks brand new. I mean, i would have to completely take off all the glue on top of the halls, but the wires going into them are solid and not movable (slight tug and they're solid). My question is...what is the rapid clickin sound inside the motor? If its clickin...doesn't that mean the halls/phase wires are continuous? as in...if they were cut, i shouldn't get any sounds right? My next step is to undo the heat shrinks...and see if the wires are messed up there. Isn't there a way to check the continuity of a wire with a voltmeter? My connections themselves (the andersons) are fine so its not a crimping problem. The wires are good even where the wires exit out of the axle. So i understand that getting ALL THREE halls cut is less probable than having the red/black wires cut. i'll check those...at the extension portion...I must add that i was throttling close to WOT and then cutting back to zero throttle. Could the regen have messed up my controller? Lyen's 18fet is supposed to be pretty beefy and i had him do extra work on it to except more current...
Wire path from motor to controller
Motor: Wires good
Leaving motor: wires good
Soldered extension connection: Maybe a problem?
Anderson connectors to controller: wires good
oh and would the CA still work if the controller was dead? My CA still works when i plug it into the controller. Im still confused as to where my problem is.
1. Lyen's tester says phase wires are ok, but when the wheel spins in a cogwheel like fashion with the controller plugged in, which people are saying=phase problem.
2. Tester says all halls are dead, but when i use the voltmeter, i get changing voltages when i spin the wheel on all halls.
3. Am i doing something wrong? Jeez...