We have not experienced that same type of problem before so we do not have any knowledge regarding how to solve it.
Oh dear. Ok I better pull the old one apart and see if I can figure out whats going on in there.
Turns out the new throttle was faulty
That makes a lot more sense that the controller would throw a code for a faulty throttle rather than a disconnected battery indicator.
Hi, my old throttle control snapped. It had power indicator leds so had 4 wires. The new throttle has 3. I measured and figured out that the red and black are 5v, and the third wire is a signal (maybe 1-4v).
The problem is that my controller must be detecting something on the fourth wire, because it throws a throttle error when I only connect the three wires. Is there some way to fool it into thinking the led circuitry is still connected, or do I need to buy a 48v throttle with leds?