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This has happened twice in pass two days.

I live in Seattle, the temperature was about 94 - 95 in past two days. I drove CT back home with A/C on, I parked my car in garage with all windows and doors closed, then I drove to local store about 30 - 60 minutes later.
I saw the battery was almost full, but the battery fan sounded VERY VERY LOUD even at stop sign
, I also felt the pulsation feeling when I push the gas pedal.
,(something like lost power intermediately) I stopped the car, and when to back seat to feel the battery vent temperature, it was very cool actually.

My wife told me to shut down the car, I restarted it about 30 seconds later, the MOST WIRED thing happened, the battery displayed almost empty (purple color) immediately, but battery fan became quiet then and the car ran normal afterward.

This happened twice already, I reported it to Lexus dealer, the technician had no idea what was wrong.

Does anyone experience it before?
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I'm going to have to say the same as some post here in California. The only topper I have is that I have been in the desert in 114 to 116 degrees and have not any problems with heat to noise problems. Now the not getting burned by the steering wheel and the metal seatbelt buckle that another thing.
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