Black/red/white probably speed sensor
red/purple 1 probably light or throttle
red/purple 2 probably light or throttle
red/black/blue PAS sensor
Cable connector 790 analog control panel
Unconnected naked cables (blac/red/white) in the bottom part speed sensor from bike
Great offer, thanks! But the problem is that I am not based in the UK. As a swede doing business with UK based firms nowadays I have the toll regulations to factor in. As a minimum the Swedish mail will add around 10$ for their 'help' with declaring VAT for the goods. Then the VAT added is another 25% of the total sum. Returning something to the UK is probably a nightmare, that I don't plan to ever engage in.
The new controller has arrived and it didn't help. The exact same behaviour, just a couple of pushes than rotates the wheel a couple of degrees. Must be the motor that is malfunctioning. Can I check it in some easy way? Measured the resistance between the three phase connectors from the motor with the controller disconnected, and the result is 0 Ohm between each phase, a short circuit. Is this normal?
Now I have found the error. The cable connector to the motor sitting on the fork were not fully insulated. There was leakage between the power cables. Cutting it and replacing the wiring did the trick. The old controller did not work either, so it probably broke in the process.
Now my hall sensorfor the PAS is broken as well, but that is an easy replacement.