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I have exactly the same problem and it started right around the time the "gracious" 90-day warranty period expired.....
The battery lights had been on for days, indicating a full charge, but nothing happens when turning the throttle. Battery housing is very cumbersome to open, but I'll try to disconnect the battery next.

Razor Dirt Quad... | Answered on Apr 19, 2015


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Razor Dirt Quad... | Answered on Jul 27, 2014


Sounds to me like you have a broken throttle wire. Check at carb to see if linkage moves when you move the throttle at handle bars.

Razor Dirt Quad... | Answered on Jun 05, 2014


The Main controllers always seem to be the problem on these quads. If you have a voltmeter you must check the batteries for a complete charge. You should read 24volt or around 24.60 vdc. If you have a full charge usaully 12-16 hrs by the charger supplied with the quad. Than check the output to the motor by disconnecting the motor wire and put your leads in the sockets and verify if you are getting voltage to the motor. Make sure you re-connected the battery before testing the controller output. You should see a varying voltage from 0-24 vdc when the throttle is turned. If you do not see anything at the motor lead and your batteries show charge. the controller is faulty or you have a bad connection. Un-plug and plug and connectors.

Razor Dirt Quad... | Answered on Apr 05, 2014

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