Have to admit - been reluctant to ask this - and did the searches necessary (to not be too redundant) with no conclusions:
Has anyone methodically "pulled" strategic fuses (ignition off of course), then tried to start and operate the Leaf? Why do this???
As a last resort I will tie directly into the Leaf's 400 VDC system to power my SURT10k inverter and therefor will want to absolutely minimize any "parasitic loads" while powering the inverter. The HV wiring shows that to get power in-situ - and without major mods to the Leaf, will require that the System Main Relays be closed - essentially the leaf has to be able to drive! So, at this point it is somewhat academic as I'd much prefer using the CHAdeMO port with all the safety protocols (SETEC POWER V2H unit) and will likely end up going that route if the equipment that I need becomes available (the SETEC unit is a little smaller than I want and is 220 VAC single phase).
If anyone has had such experience, or advice on minimizing continuous loads that are not absolutely necessary, please share. Obviously I don't want to have to trailer the Leaf to my dealer for a "Consult" session, so "bricking" is not desired. However, I did buy the Leaf to use the battery off-grid, but I like driving it so much, the risk of losing that option is not an option anymore.