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  1. If it was the Brake Lever Power Interrupt switch, the Throttle would not work either. Your PAS Magnet Wheel, on the Crank Spindle, (should be no more than two business cards thickness away), is too far from the Pick Up, or the cable from the Pick Up, to the Controller, was Damaged by hitting something like a Copper Headed Rattle Moccasin. Very common problem on the Sondors 3 Wheeler. LEMMENO REDDY
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  2. I had a similar problem of display not powering on. Traced problem to loose battery locking mechanism. Check to see if the battery lock moves around in hole . If so remove battery and tighten the two screws that hold the locking Mechanism, in place. Also you may want to apply blue lock tight to screw to keep them for loosening . Also had a problem with the locking pin not engaging. the key would not turn. had to remove locking mechanism and there is a black screw that hold the tumbler in place. if to tight the key will not turn to engage the pin into battery. Back screw out a little at a time until key will turn. Also may want to add a drop of lock tight to hold in place. Sorry did not take pictures.
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  3. I have the same battery, as both the Sondors XS & MSX in my Sondors X. If you’ve followed the Charging Procedures, to the letter, in the Official Sondors charging instructions, https://shop.sondors.com/blogs/news/caring-for-your-sondors-battery my first suspicion would be the battery fuse. You should get a Multimeter to diagnose all electrical problems on you bikes. I think you can eliminate the charger as fault but check the output voltage from it, just to make sure, it should be about 54Volts. Then check the battery voltage and if it checks, below the recovery threshold, there are unpublished procedures -OR- no voltage at all, you’ll need to open up the battery to look for a disconnected wire. We recently had that discovered when the member reported a problem, like yours and found the loose wire. Any voltage below 39.5 would be unrecoverable because the batteries & chargers BMS (battery management system) won’t allow it. But there are work arounds, that I won’t detail here now, but LEMMENO, if you discover low voltage, no matter at what level. REDDY
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  4. High Steven, There are posts here that recommend a few. For a while I modified my Rear Platform Carrier to carry two bikes but because I use that platform to carry camping gear, I relegated to a single pretty inexpensive single, with a ramp, that’s handy with my near 100 pounds Electric Black Lightning. This Electric White Lightning is 40 pounds lighter. https://tinyurl.com/Reddys-Rack I followed these recommendation to buy and haul either of my two bikes, Wednesday it will be three. Mine is slightly different than FlaRob’s and allows the cross members bars that capture the wheels, to be moved to more accurately match the wheel base and wheel diameter. https://sondorsforum.com/topic/1691-perfect-vehicle-carrier-for-the-sonders-fatty/ I’ve also heard that Harbor Freight has a good and inexpensive carrier. But after reviewing the online image, I don’t think it fits any Sondors because the image I saw was a top tube capture rack and those won’t work on a Sondors. Congratulations on getting your license back … I’ll drink to that … actually I already am, hic . As Mr. Roger Says; "time to go to the magic kingdom"! REDDY
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  5. Great. Even though this is a forum specific for SONDORS eBikes - I'm happy to allow this thread if we finally would be able to get a resolved thread on the internet
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  6. Added a modded motorcycle bag to carry spare battery and stuff
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  7. Just got my cruiser delivered yesterday! Built it last night and had a quick cruise around the block. I, like reddy kilowatt above, was one of the first campaign supporters and remember that oh so well! One guy on the campaign stirring up fears that Storm was a fraud! The boxes on that semi trailer are empty etc. Glad to say how wonderful this company has become. Haven’t had any issues with my original and this was my follow up. Love the new mid-drive nice torque, assembly was quick and everything was packaged great. Very well wrapped!
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  8. I’ll have to add some more comments to this issue. Welding works with thermoplastics, in my situation the plastic itself is the problem, it’s definitely too brittle. I did some further tests and I managed to break the clamp again and again ☹️ - not at the welded position, but always a little bit in front of that. So, that’s no reliable way ... The problem is: Thermoplastics are quite impossible glue reliable and durable (with adhesive) - especially if there is a constant tension (as it would be) Therefore I developed a solution using something like a “prosthesis” - so it’s a mechanical fix instead of a „chemical one“. I took the part of a clamp which usually fixes a bicycle bell on the handlebar (just look at the photo above), placed it inside the broken clamp and drilled three holes (4 mm diameter) into both pieces. Both parts were connect with three flat head screws (inside) and threaded nuts (from the outside). I took screws made of brass to avoid rust. Finally I’ll use a cold-welding tape to wrap the attached “prosthesis”, the threaded nuts and the screws (to avoid scratches on handlebar) or I’ll only cover the screw heads inside with some other tape. Finished: I used a heat shrink tube to cover the screws and the threaded nuts. Much easier ...
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  9. I had the same problem, no pedal assist function, throttle works well. The magnet disk was too far away from the sensor, as seen on the first picture. The second picture shows the correct distance.
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