I had my Model 3 AWD detailed two weeks ago. It has been around 50F since then. For a few days after taking it back, I didn't have a reason to roll down my windows. However, over the weekend after getting it back from the detailer my daughter rolled down the back window. When I rolled it back up to get out of the car, I noticed it was streaked with water. I thought that was a little odd, but figured since it was raining maybe that caused it.
Fast forward and I have repeatedly taken down all the windows and they all leave moisture when rolled back up, which leaves spotting on the windows. I have contacted the detailer and they said they thoroughly washed the windows and that sometimes a little moisture will get down inside, but that it should "dry up in a few days".
It has been two weeks, going on three now and the inside of the windows still are not dry. I roll them down, whether a warm sunny day or not, and when they come back up the windows are covered with a light rub of water. It appears that there must be a sponge or something in the window assembly that has sucked up water and is not drying out. The detailer said there is nothing they can do about it.
Anyone have any ideas what to do about this? Also should I be worried, any chance any material within the doors for the window assembly could rust or mold inside because of the water?