i attached a photo i do not see t1 anywhere in generator
i can run 14g wire from ats but where does it connect on generator?
this is a picture of my control panel
Okay you have the gray box controller, and will need an external battery charger p/n 0G8023. Please attempt to acquire this and don't get a battery tender from wal-mart.
The charger can be mounted in the transfer switch if running a t1 wire is too much trouble.
You'd take the black primary wires, split them apart, putting one on t1 and one on neutral (or t2, it can have a 240 or 120 primary, either one), and should be fused. I'd hook it up to 120 rather than 240, however it does not matter.
You put the red secondary on 15B (along with the wire already there) in the xfer switch and the black secondary on 0 (but that 0 wire needs to go out to the generator).
[B]Putting the charger in the switch will probably be your best solution.[/B] So no wires will need to be run. You'll just need a fuse block, that holds a single 5 amp cartridge fuse like the other two fuses, and screw it to the back plate of the switch.
If you can get an always hot wire from T1 out to the generator, then you can put the charger in the generator. Hook the hot wire to one primary wire with a wire nut or butt splice and put the other primary wire on the neutral lug.
Put the red secondary on 15B, and the black on 0, on the terminal block in your pic. Oh, and it does look like you have wire 0 going to the switch.
Take off your negative battery cable and with the switch in auto, read from B+ to chassis, you should get 13.53vdc. It may have to be all connected up and on for a few minutes before you see an output.
State your problem, not your diagnosis.