You can't always trust the 'magic eye', they can be misleading. The electrolyte should be brought up to the full line before charging. If you charge it for 3-4 hours at 10 amps, disconnect it for a couple of hours and it still reads below 13.2 or so, it's probably bad. Jump starting modern cars will kill computers/ controllers, etc... They should be connected to a jump box, charger or running car for at least 5-10 minutes before attempting to start.
After removing the charger it has bled back down to 11.6 volts, definitely bad. I used the 78 Roper and very high quality jumper cables. It started the car just fine. I'll find out if all the error messages were caused by the flat battery once I get funds for a new one. In hind site, the Dealer did say they ran the battery down while trying to verify the no-start issue while they had it.