Hmmmm..... I don't have any idea how many folks are interested in these mods/updates but I am thinkin' that if just one or two are helped by this documentation it is worth my time. SOooooo here goes ..... (1.) A really, really simple mod to save a lot of aggravation re removing and replacing the dust cover over the Automotive and Coach DC circuit breakers that are on the back wall of one of your Outlook's storage bins and (2.) One approach to installing a "Trik L Start" (or other chassis battery maintenance device) on your Outlook.
(1.) The top picture shows the above-mentioned dust cover. (If you click on it, it should enlarge and be more legible.) The PO of my rig said he had to reset a 20 amp DC breaker under that dust cover just once and I too have had to reset it just once (never did know what caused it to trip.) What a pain to reinstall that dust cover with about half your body in the storage bin. You have to press it against the wall with one hand (over your head) while simultaneously twisting the locking devices with the other hand ...... whilst hoping you have it centered. It should at least have a lip on the box or else "ears" on the dust cover to steady it in the vertical plane, ...... but alas, it does not. So I installed it (the hard way) and then butted a piece of 1/2" thick poplar hardwood (Lowes) under it and screwed the hardwood (which I had clearance drilled in 3 places) to the wall with #12 self drilling metal screws 2-1/2 inches long (Home Depot). Scoot underneath your rig and you "should" see there is nothing to interfere with the screws. Now, I stand the dust cover on the hardwood (it's my extra hand) and tighten the fasteners........ easy.
(2.) I replaced my (working) coach battery isolation solenoid and my boost solenoid as a preemptive strike just "knowing" that these 11-year-old parts will sure as the world fail in the middle of nowhere-ville before very long. Ordered a Trik L Start to install at the same time ....... "as long as I am gonna be in there anyway". First, remove the grounds from both the chassis battery and the coach battery(s) and then remove the dust cover. Next remove the 4 ckt brkr panel screws and drop it down and let it hang out of the way (you will need to bend the wiring harness a bit.) BTW- I removed my central vac cleaner and a large plastic wire harness cover before starting all this ....... so I could have a fairly "straight shot" at the work.
The second picture down shows the boost solenoid and the third shows the coach battery isolation solenoid. Looks like new in there ........... that dust cover really does its job! (But you can bet that those copper contacts inside the solenoids that have been "banged on" for 11 yrs don't look new.)
Next, remove the right and left battery terminal nuts (boost solenoid, the one on the left) to install the "ring" terminals you will have previously attached to the Trik L Start's wires. The blue wire goes on the left, the yellow wire on the right. As I recall, the nuts are 14mm; the instructions suggest using a "backup" wrench but I couldn't find one thin enough. Reinstall the nuts (9 ft-lb of torque as I recall.) (You may want to consider adding an inline fuse to the blue and yellow wires ...... I did not; they are tiny 18 gage wires that I double-insulated using shrink tubing.) Finally, connect the black (ground) wire (I attached it under one of the solenoid's mounting lugs.) Route the new wiring to suit, mount the Trik L Start; replace the breaker panel and dust cover, and you are ready for your "smoke test" ........... errrrr, uhh check out. You may want to consider altering the ring terminals as shown in the sketch (bottom pic ) and just loosen the nuts (and a solenoid mounting screw) so you can just slide the terminal(s) in between a couple of the existing lugs and torque the nuts back up.
I didn't take an "after" picture of the Trik L Start wiring on the new boost solenoid I installed ....... my bad. Guess I was just too happy to get off my 86-yr-old knees and call it done. lol
All the above "ASSumes" that most all Outlooks are the same......or at least very similar. May not be true, of course.
Safe travels.................. ed s