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Possible one or more of the batteries is faulty - lead acid battery technology is basic but capable of behaving strangely. Perhaps the batteries aren't being fully charged. I suggest temporarily fitting a voltmeter to monitor the battery voltage after charging and while in use.
The control element of electrical vehicles are complex electronics. As well as not liking to overheat there is possibly circuitry to close down the current flow if overheating does take place. The electronics could be faulty or the electric motor(s) might be drawing too much current due to lack of maintenance, internal faults or the seizure of bearings or any transmission...
Posted on Apr 30, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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