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Old 10-10-2012, 09:27 PM
Billsz28 Billsz28 is offline
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My advice... Buy a ~$40 battery load tester from your local auto parts store before you go buying batteries. The tester will tell you if the batteries are totally gone or salvageable and just need a charge.

I work on vehicles like this on a daily basis. It is completely reasonable for the batteries to go bad just sitting. If any plow Hookups or auxiliary lights/solenoids are wired to the battery it is possible for them to draw power even when not in use.
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