At 35.6 volts the batteries are dead. Try checking the voltage at the receptacle with the go pedal pressed and see how low it drops. Check the individual battery voltages and post your numbers. Check all your cable connections. Make sure the plates aren't exposed and add distilled water if needed. Then let them charge until the charger shuts off...
There sure has been a lot of posts lately, where the final outcome has been no water over the plates. This is pretty basic stuff on an electric cart. All boils down to basic maintenance. Check that water guys, once a month.
If your sure ALL of your cable connections are clean and tight I would say the controller is the the problem. A bad connection will cause the problem your having so be sure to check every cable. You can jump B- and M- on the controller and bypass the controller for a test only. Make sure you jack the back tires off the ground before jumping the controller.
A 93 doesn't have a reed switch. If you jumped the contoller and the cart didn't run the next step would be to test the motor.
This test is for series motors only:
Jack up the the rear of the golf cart and place on jackstands. Remove all wires from the motor. Put a jumper wire from an "A1" terminal to an "S1" or "A2" and "S2" terminals. Hook a 12 volt battery or 12 volt battery charger with 15+ amp range to the other "A" and "S" terminals that aren't jumped with the jumper.
If the motor tested good but nothing when you jumped the two large posts on the solenoid and by passed the controller I would think either something isn't wired right or you have a bad connection or bas cable somewhere.