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EZGO golf cart just stopped. batteries are fully charged. get voltage at keyed on off switch

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What is "supposed" to make it go? A pedal on the floor, or a hand operated control? You probably have a bad switch, or dirty or corroded connections, or broken wire somewhere, or maybe a relay with those problems!

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