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How old are the batteries? Carefully check the fluid level of the batteries. Wear gloves and full face protection if possible as batteries are filled with corrosive acid and there is a chance of explosion. If the cart sat with dead batteries for a extended period of time without being charged the cells in the battery will harden up due to the low charge state making it hard for the battery acid to chemically react with the lead cells when you are trying to charge them. Try replacing the batteries and making sure all of your contacts are clean and are snugly secure.
if you didnt check the amperage the battery is going bad it may read 12 volt or 36 volt depending on the wiring but if it will only charge a 3rd of the way then the battery needs to be replaced because the amperage is not there to completely charge so it will lose power do to lack of voltage/amperage. I hope this helps
If your batteries aren't holding a charge then they might need to be replaced. When batteries are used seasonally their life span is generally shorter. You can check them using a voltmeter. If you need a replacement you can check out www.batteryinternational.com or call 1-877-28-BATTERY if you are having difficulty finding the battery you need.