Step 2

  • Once the hatch is removed you will find all the wiring for the bike. You will see the power controller located in the bottom of the bike. It will be wrapped in silver aluminum tape.

Step 2

Step 3

  • Gently remove the power controller and all the cables attached out of the frame. Carefully unplug all these cables by holding as close to the connections as possible and pulling.

Step 3

Step 4

  • There will be four cables attached to the power controller. One Headlight wire
    (Orange), Two Taillight Wires (Green) and One Battery Wire (Black).

Step 4

Step 1

  • On the underside of the bike locate the frame hatch and undo the 2mm screw to access the wiring inside the frame.

Step 1

Step 5

  • First connect the battery wire
    ensuring the arrows on each of the connection line up. This cable will only connect one way if it will not connect DO NOT FORCE IT. ensure it is lined up correctly.

Step 5

Step 6

  • Next connect the two taillight wires in the middle of the power controller. Make sure to align the notch in the power controller connection with the cut out in the bike connection.

Step 6

Step 7

  • Finally connect the headlight wire. Make sure to align the slot on the power controller connection to the notch on the bike connection.

Step 7

Step 8

  • Once the new power controller is connected. Slide the power controller into the frame. It can be difficult to get all the cables into the frame due to the space. The only thing to be careful with is to not bend any of the connections from the power controller to severely.

Step 8

Step 9

  • Once all the cables are inside the frame reinstall the bike hatch cover and 2mm bolt. DO NOT OVER TIGTEN THE BOLT. It is a very small and delicate bolt. Make sure it is all the way in and snug. The hatch should sit flush with the frame. Now power on the bike and ensure all the lights turn on.