If none of this helps to get the motor running then the problem may be with the motor or controller. Testing brushless motors and controllers require having a part that is known to be good to connect and test it to. If you do not have a spare brushless motor to connect the controller to for testing then we would be glad to test it for you in our shop to determine if it works or not. Then if the controller works you can deduce that the motor is faulty, and if the controller does not work you will know that it needs to be replaced.
Please let us know if you have any questions.
Hi, I tested everything, and everything work, I tried to switch between the blue and the black wire but the motor started to make a little infrasound, like a bip. and the cables started to get hot.
I got a brushless motor 1600W and a controller with it, I wired the 6 hall sensor cables from the motor to the controller (Red, Black, Yellow, Green and Blue) but I can't make the motor turn, when I checked the voltage of the throttle everything was fine but when I accidently touched and connected the blue wire to the black wire and it turned, and it stopped. It act like this everytime I connect the two wires together;
I don't know how to solve this problem.