Hello everyone, I have a 500w rear hub motor off a 2020 Lectric XP. My motor stopped working after 80 miles. The motor is under warranty and Lectric is providing a new one. The motor is currently out of stock so I’m on hold for now. Lectric told me that the motor has a bad speed sensor. Being a lifelong DIY guy. I started researching and decided to pull it apart and replace the three hall sensors. Didn’t know how to test them so I replaced all three. Of course I wasn’t 100% sure which type of hall sensor I needed. Reading what I could find, I think the Honeywell bipolar that I got were right but that’s questionable. Anyway after replacing them it was still a no go. It’s possible that my soldering job to the circuit board is less than perfect but I don’t know for sure because I don’t know how exactly to test the hall sensor. I’ve looked on YouTube and yes I have a voltage meter but I’m not sure how to use it. I’ve found a diagnostic tool on Bolton ebikes for $30 that might be what I need but I’m hesitant because I’m not sure it’s applicable. None of my local bike shops want to touch it and at $80 an hour service charge I’m told it’s more cost effective to just buy a new motor. Lectric doesn’t sell their motor. And yes I’m getting a new one from my warranty. I’m rambling. I really don’t want this motor to go in the trash when I believe the fix for it is really very simple. Maybe That’s my misperception. Seeking enlightenment in Austin Texas.