Submitted by jamesdiecidue on Sun, 2018-12-16 16:09
I recently discovered that the Model 3, while it is a wonderful car, has quirks that require behavioral changes. For example..leaving your window open during the rain in a Model 3 can be a lot more expensive than a typical car. I was unaware of all of the technology in the seats after accidentally leaving my windows open. I gasped when I was quoted $600 dollars for a seat replacement after accidentally leaving my windows open and having to service my car. This got me thinking about rolling wet windows down. I live in a rainy area. When the windows fog, I roll them down and roll them back up to squeegee the fog on the window. In previous cars, this has worked fine.
Is this okay for the Model 3? Are there any electronic parts that can be effected by rolling wet windows down, or was it designed to sustain that behavior?