+1. Me too. My observation has been that I need to hold the button down for a long time to get the windows to go down. So long that I don't think unintentional button pressing is the cause of the windows rolling themselves down which has happened twice to me.
Ditto. Plus, I live in a condo complex and my home is too far from my garage for the transmitter to connect anyway. It just happened again the other day. Good thing the car wasn't outside, as it has been raining.
I've heard this may be connected to the same 12-volt gremlins that cause dead batteries and radios not shutting off--but it happened most recently right AFTER I got the two latest C-Max software updates done. (For that matter, the radio-staying-on thing never happened before the updates, but it has now happened after them.)
I really, really, really love the way the car drives and feels, and it's thrifty too; there's nothing out there I like more. And yet I'm tempted to get rid of it, despite the stomach-churning depreciation. My complaints are all minor issues--a couple of window-rolling incidents, a couple of dead-battery incidents, door pillars creaking like a clapped-out hooptie, cargo area shedding its trim like a molting reptile, crashy front suspension, and a pair of noises that sound like failing bearings (OK, that last one is maybe not such a minor issue). But cumulatively, all this stuff on a car with under 40k miles does not inspire confidence.
In my less charitable moments, I think of Ford as the new VW circa 2003: great to drive, affordable to buy, and nice inside...but the quality of engineering, testing, assembly, and dealer service falls short.
Edited by HotPotato, 25 July 2015 - 01:59 PM.