Some of us (like Nissan, and dealere) will want to "Display" our new LEAF, and let others "play" with the electronics, but without the danger of the car actually moving.
Ao, whenever the LEAF is displayed with Power On (so people can play with the Audio, Nav, etc,) is there and way to "lock" the LEAF from going into any motion mode?
For example, does putting the LEAF into ACC mode and then removing the RFID from the area keep the car from going into Ready mode?
Does setting the Parking Brake and then removing the fuse to the release-motor work?
The car can move with doors open, I presume, so no help there.
Is there some other fuse that could be removed, or sensor connection that could be unplugged, or a critical circuit connector (one to the Inverter?) to unplug, or a circuit where a hidden switch could be added to open (or short) some sensor?
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