If you find it, let us know, all of us earlier model years would appreciate where the heck is the option to turn that off, if possible.
Have you tried saving the location of your cabin with L2 charging in the NAV system so that it knows there is a place to charge?Flyct wrote: ↑Thu Jan 13, 2022 4:02 pm I’m the original poster and here’s an update.
Sadly our original 2019 SL+ was totaled after being T-boned by a Meth head with no insurance and suspended license. The side air bags prevented my wife from suffering serious injury. We were so impressed hew well the car safety features worked that we replaced the 2019 with a 2020 SL+. It does the exact same thing when traveling the 120 miles from house to cabin.
There are no charging stations between the 2 locations and no charging stations anywhere near the destination. If fully charged and range shows more than 240 miles (2x the distance to destination) I don’t get the out of range message. If range shows less than 240 miles I get the message.
This and https://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?p=586712 make me wonder if that's why the '19 Leaf in Consumer Reports has a red mark (lowest mark of 1 out of 5) for in-car electronics. https://www.consumerreports.org/car-rel ... 099917197/ lists their definitions, so head unit problems if correctly reported by the drivers would go there.GerryAZ wrote: ↑Thu Jan 13, 2022 8:13 pm Have you tried saving the location of your cabin with L2 charging in the NAV system so that it knows there is a place to charge?
This thread is making me wonder because I have an appointment to get the radio/NAV system fixed on my 2019 next week (second time). Both volume and tuning control knobs cause the volume (or station tuning) to jump erratically so I cannot select stations or adjust volume. The original unit just had the volume knob issue.