I have exactly the same problem and it started right around the time the "gracious" 90-day warranty period expired.....
The battery lights had been on for days, indicating a full charge, but nothing happens when turning the throttle. Battery housing is very cumbersome to open, but I'll try to disconnect the battery next.
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I think you are talking about an electric motor on your bike . If the motor is New you may have a bad throttle switch . You can use an ohm meter to check the throttle switch . Connect the two leads of the ohm meter to the wires of the throttle switch ( dissconected) . As you turn the throttle the ohm reading should coraspond to how much you turn it .
The Main controllers always seem to be the problem on these quads. If you have a voltmeter you must check the batteries for a complete charge. You should read 24volt or around 24.60 vdc. If you have a full charge usaully 12-16 hrs by the charger supplied with the quad. Than check the output to the motor by disconnecting the motor wire and put your leads in the sockets and verify if you are getting voltage to the motor. Make sure you re-connected the battery before testing the controller output. You should see a varying voltage from 0-24 vdc when the throttle is turned. If you do not see anything at the motor lead and your batteries show charge. the controller is faulty or you have a bad connection. Un-plug and plug and connectors.
Well this post was done a long time ago, seems like you have a bad battery. you should see 24vdc. The batteries are in parallel so it adds up to 24 volts.If one of them is dead it would only show 12vdc.