I'd like very much to add a couple of things to my 2018 Leaf.
First of all, I'm going to be putting in a portable GPS navigator (so as not to disturb the factory radio/CD), and I'd kind of rather set up a dedicated power socket for it, out of the way, ideally in such a way that I can hide most of the cord. I was more-or-less constantly tinkering with my 1978 510, and could have probably taught professional autosound installers a thing or two about opening the dash; I also managed to figure out how to do it on my 1998 Camry. But there's an awful lot more plastic to go around on a Leaf, and a lot fewer exposed screws. Can anybody suggest a good place to look for instructions?
Secondly, I'm in the process of designing a simple indicator circuit, to tell me if I'm powering up with the charging flap ajar (twice now, I've had it pop open on the freeway, at speed, which is most disconcerting (even if the hinges are built like a proverbial masonry privy), and does nothing good to the aerodynamics.
1. Those plastic fasteners holding down the plastic bezel under the flap (and the one under the front edge of hood): how do I undo them non-destructively?
2. Back to the dashboard, how would I get into the little panel to the left of the steering wheel where the flap-release button is?