DUBRAVKO wrote:Brakes are off,
Is that just a visual check, or checking with a voltmeter to be sure the signal voltage changes when brake is applied?
Check throtle wire, everythig is ok
To be sure: does that mean you've opened up the controller, and verified the throttle wire all the way to the controller's board inside is ok? and it is soldered to the right spot in the controller? and it is getting the changing voltage at that spot in the controller?
Or did you just check the wire on the throttle itself?
Than i connect regen orange wire with low brake and just tap brake, than i can just one push throtle and wheel is spinning, after that again nothing until i tap brake
That is a different scenario than you specified before, and requires different troubleshooting steps.
It's possible that either the controller's MCU is damaged or mis-programmed, and you'd either need to reprogram it or replace the controller. Reprogramming might be as simple as using whatever software the vendor supplies with the controllers, along with a usb cable for it's programming connector, to change the settings to defaults. Or it might be something you have to send back to the vendor to do, if they don't supply the software.