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Seems like you just would need a power supply on/off switch to kill the power supply to the display while not being used. If that is the only issue and you get the throttle wiring figured out then you may be set. Let us know if you get it up and running? Possibly show top speeds and take a picture of your finished wiring before putting back together?365GUY wrote: ↑Sat Jun 08, 2019 6:49 amYo..
I’m dealing with the same bullshit trying to get a throttle working with this chink controller, all while my hand feels like it’s being shocked To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.
It’s kinda funny, building a little battery earlier and I keep feeling like my hand was being shocked but it’s just the effects of a sting from the friendly Arizona bark scorpion. Little fucker got me good, right in my finger. At least it wasn’t my dick. I was helping my mom at the barn and was moving some wood, I should have known better. I’m still surprised how much pain a little sting can cause. That is some very potent venom they pack!
The controller: You would think they would make this much easier and include some basic instructions.
I have a picture of the wiring diagram from amazon but mine has an additional red and yellow wire that I think goes to the throttle/display.
I’m guessing the throttle is listed as “ steering speed control” so I need to give that a try.
The issue I’m having is the voltage display is on regardless of the key switch being on. Basically it’s on all the time.
These controllers are kinda little bitches ..
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