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Check for dirt & corrosion at the battery cable contacts.
Check for damaged power cables.
Check for loose contacts everywhere, but particularly around the main isolator switch.
Check that the drive motor is clean, dry & free from dirt, grease & gunk.
After that you're probably looking at issues within the control-module & that will most likely be a job for a golf-cart specialist.
Best of luck.
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