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It's a credit card size slot towards the bottom of the dash next to the bonnet hatch.

The OBD port is underneath and to the left as you look at the photo.


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No idea, why are the controls in front of the passenger's seat?
 

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Hmm, maybe this ?

Starting Your Nissan
With a dead Nissan key fob, you can also start your vehicle so you won’t be stranded waiting for roadside service. If you have a Nissan car, truck, or SUV that has a key fob port, place the fob in the port and tap the brake pedal or clutch as you press the START/STOP button. This can still be done even if your Nissan doesn’t have a port. Simply press the key fob against the START/STOP button as you step down on the brake of the clutch.
 

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Hmm, maybe this ?

Starting Your Nissan
With a dead Nissan key fob, you can also start your vehicle so you won’t be stranded waiting for roadside service. If you have a Nissan car, truck, or SUV that has a key fob port, place the fob in the port and tap the brake pedal or clutch as you press the START/STOP button. This can still be done even if your Nissan doesn’t have a port. Simply press the key fob against the START/STOP button as you step down on the brake of the clutch.
I had a 3.5 Altima with a fob port. It was shaped to receive the exact same fob for the Q60. What is pictured is not the fob port.
 
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On my Q60 the manual tells me to hold the fob against the start button and press the brake.

So again it aint that.
It's a credit card holder. Try it
 
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