Dear all, short question regarding the procedure when disconnecting the battery, being a new owner of a 550 Maranello: When opening the door, normally the window moves down a few centimeters, so it doesn’t get stuck under the rubber on the top. Of course after disconnecting the battery, this doesn’t work anymore. I know that the door shouldn’t be closed when the window is completely up, so I would close it before disconnecting the battery. But can I open the door with the window up and the battery disconnected without damaging anything? The alternative would be to open the door (so the window moves down a bit) and the bonnet, then disconnect the battery and afterwards close the door. If I do so, the window will remain slightly open. Although I keep the car in a closed garage, I’m afraid that too much dust (and maybe some insects) will go into the interior if I leave it like that for a few weeks during bad weather periods (the garage is closed, but not the kind of completely isolated and super-clean environment which some members here have). Appreciate any advice.