Can someone clue me as to how to change the auto unlock behavior to Park instead of Off? I checked the manual, and it only gives the option to turn the whole system on or off, and 'on' mentions only unlocking when the vehicle is put into Park.gshepherd wrote:2016 SV: still not illuminated.
+1 on modify auto-unlock behavior to unlock when shifting into Park. Only thing that catches me now is if I forget to hit Park and instead hit Power, the car goes into Park automatically but doesn't auto-unlock the doors. Crazy.
Worked like a champ. Thanks.gshepherd wrote:Same for iOS version of LeafSpy Pro:
Menu -> Settings (gear) -> Service Screen (just below Model Year)
You now have a fifth screen you can slide (all the way to the right).
Door Lock/Unlock Settings allow you to make changes. Remember to tap the Change button to write your choices to the car.
That's what worked for me.
+1 the Leaf is my first Nissan vehicle(purchased a new Leaf and used Leaf) and like you I like the car but Nissan as a brand hasn't won me over. In fact I frequently say to myself, I wish Toyota made a new EV I could purchase. I've owned a couple Toyotas in the past and have been very happy with both design and reliability, not as much with Nissan. Little quirks/problems I've had with my Nissan I just never had with my Toyotas, and one was even a Scion which at the time was kind of Toyotas cheaper line. That said if Nissan came out with a decently designed EV van/suv I might give them another chance but not because it had the Nissan name on it, just because it was the vehicle I wanted and no one else could provide it.DanDietrich wrote:.....I love my Leaf, but I have noticed that in many areas of design it falls short of Honda's and Toyota's that I have owned. I will be looking at a new electric car in a few years, and Nissan has not won me over yet.
And now for something completely different:FalconFour wrote: Door button behavior: lock/unlock all doors
Auto-lock: on at 15 MPH
Auto-unlock: shifting to P, all doors
Hm? No, the "over 15 lock" only activates if the doors are all unlocked (by lock/unlock button or by "P" unlock). Definitely not every time you accelerate. That'd be super irritating.Stanton wrote:it also avoids the lock pulsing every time you accelerate from a stop.