Pulled batteries out, brought them into basement to warm up, put them on charger, and was able to bring them up to 100 percent charge. The charge stayed up for several days, only dropping to about 12.75 and 12.71. Thought I was going to be OK, decided to test with a hydrometer, one battery tested in need of charge, the other was ok, but not good, and that one had one cell completely dead. Replaced both today with DC 27 Dekas. While batteries were out, wired brushed, primed and coated battery tray with spray undercoating, took several days to dry because of cold weather. Lesson learned....even thought batteries show a charge with a meter, you really need to test with a hydrometer to get accurate reading. Thanks to everyone who responded with help and suggestions. Next project TIRES !!!!
2004 Adventurer 38G