0x25 Torque signal error (related to brake/throttle/PAS)

0x25 Torque signal error (related to brake/throttle/PAS)

-usually happens when brake/throttle applied and then turning on the bike.

- keep the brake/throttle/pas in ideal condition don’t apply brake or throttle and let the system completely bootup.



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