Today on May 16, 2022, I parked my car on the street on a sunny 70F day. I turned off the engine, shut all the doors, shut off all lights, accessories, and locked the car. I few hours later I get a notification from my FordPass app stating my car has entered "Deep Sleep Mode". Concerned, I checked online to see what this was. I concluded the only reason this must've happened was the battery falling under 9V. This was very strange as the car was fairly new with only 1,000 miles on the odometer and no prior issues whatsoever. I have a dash cam however it is only plugged into the USB port which turns off whenever the car is powered off (confirmed with owners manual and tested myself). I have never gotten any sort of warning of the battery beginning to wear down at all and the car was driven for half an hour prior to turning it off that morning. 4 hours later I return to the car to leave work only to find nothing works. The key fob doesn't unlock the car at all, I am forced to use the manual key in the keyfob to open the drivers door. I then proceed to try and start the car. Absolutely nothing happens. Everything is dead, the stereo and dash is blank, hazard lights don't respond, absolutely anything powered by the car's battery is nonfunctional. I resort to calling Ford Roadside Assistance via the app. It takes them 5 hours to arrive. They jump start it and I am on my way. I am afraid the issue may happen again so I put my NOCO battery starter in my car. I hope the issue doesn't happen again but if it does I will post an update here. What could possibly be the issue?
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