Figured I'd post about this in case it happens to anybody else. I came back to my car the other day to find that the driver's window was completely rolled down. I was almost, but not 100%, sure that I hadn't left it that way but what are you gonna do if you're not positive?
Anyway, couple of days later and I get a message on the console saying that the 4.3 update couldn't be completed because of a 12volt battery issue. I take it to Tesla, they replace the battery and I ask them about the window rolldown and they say that, yes, this is a feature. If the 12volt battery is getting too low the window will roll itself down so you're not locked out of your car.
Which, okay, fair enough I guess. I can think of some situations where I would want that to happen and other situations where I wouldn't... but it's a judgement call.
However, and this is what I DON'T understand - why oh why wasn't there a big-assed message on display that something like "HEY, WE ROLLED YOUR WINDOW DOWN BECAUSE OF A BATTERY ISSUE - PLEASE CONTACT SERVICE".
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