wesnewell wrote:What you have labeled as the throttle in your photo is actually a second hall sesnor connector. What you have labeled "Red Green Black?" should be the throttle connection. Red and black for power and green is the sense wire. Might want to wait for a second on that, but I'm pretty sure that's right.
I agree. Though I'm not sure that is a second hall sensor connector - it might be a display. Either way, your red/green/black is almost definitely your throttle connector.
Your old throttle probably had LED's to tell you how much battery you had left, right? And maybe some form of button or switch? That's why it had six wires. This controller uses just a simple throttle, no fancy lights or switches. To connect it, you'll need to wire just your red (+5V) wire and black (ground) wire, plus your signal wire. If you had six wires on your throttle, your signal wire is likely either white or green. I've seen blue, but it's rare. If in doubt you can just try them all (except black and red) with alligator clips until you find the one that is the signal wire. If you connect the LED or switch wires, nothing will happen and that's how you'll know its not the signal wire.
That other three pin connector, black red and grey i think you wrote, that's your pedal assist PAS connector.
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