Question about Electric Cycling
The faults you are describing do match flat or faulty batteries more than anything else.
check that the connections are good on the batteries and that the battery pack connects properly.
i think it would be worth you testing the charger and the batteries to make sure they are working properly. i would not change any other parts until these have been checked.
if the bike was stored in a garage or shed during the winter it is possible that the batteries inside the battery pack may have been damaged by the cold.
if you send make and model and age of the bike i can send you far more detailed testing proceedures, but i would need the details, as battery types and voltages vary from bike to bike.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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