1) controllerWhat is the most common failure?
Thanks for the response and info.1) controller
2) pawls for one way clutch
3) PAS sensor and/or magnet ring
5) speed sensor
if the pawls are chipped, they will slip when the motor kicks in, you will hear them.What does it feel like when the pawls for the clutch or the magnet ring go?
Hello thanks for the response and handy information. I did reprogram my controller to make it more responsive after changing gear/braking and also so that it does not drop so much power when paused (changing gear/braking).No. It's a BBS02. No need on one of them.
I'm not gonna say you can't, but it will be alot easier on a bench with a vice. If you need to remove the nylon gear, then the 3 screws that hold on the cover plate are normally crazy tight and need an impact driver or large PH3 to undo them. I think you would struggle with the motor in the frame.make it without removing motor