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Upon entering my vehicle today, I saw that both windows had descended to a level about sufficient for opening the doors. Additionally, I experienced a considerable quantity of water entering the vehicle on the passenger side. I have two inquiries for the forum's collective knowledge:

Question 1: Does anybody have knowledge of the potential reason of this situation? Could a low battery voltage be the cause of this?
I can verify that the windows were not left open and that I keep the key in a faraday pouch while I am not in the vehicle.

Question 2: What is the most effective method for removing moisture from a car? I have been driving with the air conditioning set to recirculate and the heating turned up to the maximum level, but I can only do this for a certain period of time.

Generation 2 - 2023, Quattro Performance.

Thank you in advance.

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Inadequate batteries might result in various electrical malfunctions in these vehicles. It is advisable to get it examined.

Dehumidifiers are often used to remove moisture from damp rooms. Another option, which I have used before, is a fan heater. However, exercise caution when determining its placement to prevent overheating of nearby objects.

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A few years back, my automobile had a situation where the window was partially down on many occasions. Subsequently, it disappeared. I am unaware of the nature or reason behind it, but it did not occur thereafter.

I have an irresistible want to make a joke about the UK, even if I don't want to do it at your expense. Here is the text:

Simply expose the automobile to direct sunlight for a few hours.

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Given the presence of your new automobile, I would attribute this occurrence to a potential technical malfunction, unless it has been seen to happen again. Based on the age of your battery, it is very unlikely that it is defective. The Mclaren car I own is equipped with a safety function that automatically reduces the wind when the battery is close to being completely discharged.
For the carpet, it is useful to use baking soda to absorb moisture and prevent the growth of mould and mildew.

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