I’m trying to repair a broken VESC that got damaged probably because of a small short while riding (eventought there were 2 idenical oned connected to the same line and only one of them made it) I just had to replace two mosfets that were connected to one of the phases and replaced the DVR and boom it works after once of twice of just cleaning the DRV pins now the problem comes when trying to actually drive the motor the motor makes a single step and then kinda gets into fault mode with these results after trying to run a motor detection:
The following faults were registered since start:
Fault : FAULT_CODE_ABS_OVER_CURRENT Current : 147.2 Current filtered : 145.1 Voltage : 31.18 Duty : 0.643 RPM : 181.5 Tacho : 7 Cycles running : 2528 TIM duty : 4031 TIM val samp : 2015 TIM current samp : 5149 TIM top : 6267 Comm step : 3 Temperature : 43.77 Fault : FAULT_CODE_ABS_OVER_CURRENT Current : 143.5 Current filtered : 144.7 Voltage : 31.15 Duty : 0.651 RPM : 52.8 Tacho : 13 Cycles running : 5824 TIM duty : 4037 TIM val samp : 2018 TIM current samp : 5121 TIM top : 6205 Comm step : 3 Temperature : 44.22 Fault : FAULT_CODE_ABS_OVER_CURRENT Current : 145.1 Current filtered : 145.3 Voltage : 31.06 Duty : 0.680 RPM : 157.5 Tacho : 23 Cycles running : 5817 TIM duty : 4056 TIM val samp : 2028 TIM current samp : 5012 TIM top : 5968 Comm step : 3 Temperature : 41.11 Fault : FAULT_CODE_ABS_OVER_CURRENT Current : 146.5 Current filtered : 144.6 Voltage : 31.32 Duty : 0.685 RPM : 52.9 Tacho : 29 Cycles running : 5613 TIM duty : 4059 TIM val samp : 2029 TIM current samp : 4994 TIM top : 5929 Comm step : 3 Temperature : 44.12
any clue to what could cause that? something to replace?
Thanks for helping!