I have a Ryobi motor and controller using a 3 wire brushless 40 volt motor out of a lawn mower. I want to make a battery powered portable water pump. I need to know how this operates. There are various safeties which can be bypassed for my application. There is a four wire bundle (black, brown, yellow, Red) coming out of the controller which I believe should turn the motor on If i can figure out which combo I need. I have messed around with a little and found out they turn on the LED lights by just touching them. From the wiring diagram it seems pretty straight forward Yellow and Red connect to the black. I don't see the brown wire in the diagram labeled in the drawing like the other four. I have melted the pin on the red wire by connecting it to ? which I don't remember. This short could have killed the controller but I don't know that yet. There is also a 4 wire ribbon (all gray wires) labeled tilt sensor for which I can find no information or a part #. This is supposed to turn off the motor if the angle exceeds 45 degrees. Do I need the sensor on there? Can I bypass this somehow? Or if is not connected is it inoperable? Would anybody be able to steer me onto the correct path? Are there controllers that would work for this motor that have no safeties? Thanks in advance for any help here.