This isn't really a Leaf problem, it's Homelink. The buttons are invisible in the dark and indistinguishable by touch. I didn't care with my Tesla because it used geofencing to activate, but with the Leaf, fumbling in a dark car while approaching my garage door is just stupid. How do you all make the Homelink buttons more accessible?
EDIT: I yelled at Homelink; they claim it's up to each OEM to enable backlighting.
Yeah, another instance where lighting doesn’t exist but would be very useful. For me, I just grab the rear view mirror, fingers at the top and thumb at the bottom, and starting at the left bottom side, count the indentations to whichever garage door I wish to open. Not a great solution, but works for me. I use basically the same approach with the door unlock/lock buttons.
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