A recent ride through the rain has fried my Crystalyte Phoenix Cruiser (5304) motor and the controller. The controller stayed dry but the motor got very wet and apparently that is what fried the controller.
Have already got the motor apart, cleaned everything and tested the wiring on the little plastic board where the hall sensor wires actually connect to the hall sensors and have continuity. Following directions on an Endless Sphere thread I tried testing the Hall sensors but to no avail, my results simply don't match with either good or bad examples. Odds are the Hall sensors are fried, I've ordered a new motor and controller but truly don't want to put the new motor on if this one has a snowballs chance of being good. I've heard/read that a fried motor will burn out a new controller instantly so testing it by installing the new controller and testing it is a good way to ruin a new expensive controller.
Any help on how to effectively test the hall sensors? Step by step?