I think it's the same engineer who used to work at Nissan - on the first V-6 Maximas you had to remove a section of exhaust piping to get at the oil filter. Quick oil change joints wouldn't touch them, you had to leave it somewhere overnight to cool down.
Does anyone know a dyslexic midget contortionist or the sadistic sob who decided to put a fuse box where you cannot see it let alone reach the thing?
Its not as bad as some airplanes I've worked on. You would swear that they took one part that had less than stellar reliability and put it on the bench first and built the airplane around it. I friend of mine always said that every airplane should come with an engineer so when the mechanics are working on it and get frustrated over the design flaws you call the engineer over and smack him in the face. Just my 2 cents.
Funny you should ask this. When I first got my truck, it had a blown cig lighter fuse, which is shared with the OBDII port. In order for my UltraGauge to work, I had to replace the fuse. It took me 30 minutes to find the box haha!