I came out to my car this morning to find all the windows rolled down. I must have left the fob in a state where the button was pressed for a long time. This is not a feature that I want. Is there a way to disable it?
Don't leave the fob in a state where the button was pressed for a long time.
It was in a nightstand drawer. It's almost too bad we can't use our phones as keys so I can throw out the FOB that makes it too easy to do this.
I don't think anyone wants to leave their phones with valets. :)
I like the idea, but having to take out my phone, possibly put in a password, or do anything on the screen, defeats the purpose of being hands free.
I read in another forum that the car will do that if the accessory battery is low, http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showthread.php/19286-Low-12v-Battery-Roll...!
I keep my key fab in my pocket as would be expected as normal. My kids sat on my lap last kith as we watched the playoff games. I woke up this morning to all 4 windows all the way down and the car soaked. It rained last night.
There has to be a better option here.
Anti-static bag hung near the door for the fob.
I have a key rack. Now not only do I not sit on my keys but I can find them.
I've had it happen a couple of times now. The issue could be mostly resolved by changing the windows down button to the trunk or frunk. Neither have been pressed unintentional yet, probably they are not as exposed as the unlock buton. Been meaning to suggest this and this is the thread for it.
Was leaving on vacation for a week and luckily something told me to check the house and car one more time and sure enough all the windows were down. If I hadn't had gone back to check the car would have been ruined when i got back from my vacation. I do wish there was a way to turn the feature off - makes me nervous daily now.
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