A friend brought his daughter's 94 EZGO golf cart to me and asked if I would check it out for her. She was using at her farm and it quit. She looked under the seat and said she saw sparks shut it off and pulled back to the barn. Now the golf cart won't run or charge. On first look all the battery cables were corroded and when I yanked on them one was not connected it looked like it because of the corrosion. He can make new cables and is in the process of doing so. I told him it had to have heavy duty cables. THE CART IS A 94 EZGO 36 VOLT 6 inch lift 20 inch tires looks like a 4oo amp Alltrax controller and a beefed up motor as well. He said it would do a wheelie from a dead stop. I cleaned all connections on the batteries put a basic set of cables on for testing and charging. I plugged in his charger nothing. I plugged in my charger I know is good and still nothing. when I put the cart in forward I hear the solenoid click and a green light that is on the controller comes on but cart will not move. When I put it in reverse the backup alarm goes off but no movement. The battery chargers are automatic and the one I have has diagnostics on it and it comes up dead no power on at all. It would usually show no connection or bad connection. The bad cable was in the middle of the pack and looked like it had been burned. How do i check the controller out to see if it is good or do I swap out the 36 volt solenoid to rule that out first. WHAT ELSE COULD it be?? I did check the wiring to the charger plug looks good. What else is there to check on this beast. I do not know if it has a run tow switch. Do the batteries have to have a minimal amount of charge for the charger to kick on? I never had a problem with my charger not turning on. The batteries look to be 2005 but he said it ran well before it quit. I think it has been sitting for 6 months as she is using his Club Car for now. Sorry for the long post and thanks for any help or ideas that can help with this beast.