This error code on the LCD display is the result of a fault detected by the electronics system. The code can help us determine which component is not functioning properly.
The most common codes seen are the following:
- Error 4: Open Throttle Fault. The throttle is blocked from returning to the closed position at startup. You should check to ensure that nobody is touching or interfering with the throttle.
- Error 8 or Error 9: Hall of Phase Cable Fault. The motor may be disconnected.
- Error 30: Communication Error. This error is typically caused by the 1-4 cable becoming loose, damaged, or corroded.
Below is a complete list of all possible faults.