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Hey guys, my 2022 Crosstrek Limited was completely dead all of a sudden a few days ago. I mean, fob not working, no sound, light, basically no electronics. I called the subaru roadside assitance and they jump started it and towed it to the nearest Subaru dealership. I got a call from the service guy at the dealership saying that my battery did fail and that it would need to be replaced which would be covered by my warranty to which I agreed. Here's the issue, it's been in the shop for 3 days and they're not giving me an ETA. The service guy told me that they get batteries delivered twice a day, but haven't been able to get the one specific to my car. In fact, he keeps insisting that there's not ETA for its delivery and that they've charged my original battery a bit and not sure how long it'll last, but yeah, basically I can pick it up if I want and they'll let me know when the battery arrives. I don't really need the car immediately and have told them to keep it for a day or two or more and see if they get the battery delivered, but the service guy's insistence on there being no ETA every time we talk makes me think he doesn't think it's gonna be delivered soon. Not quite sure how to proceed. I am neither a car guy nor someone who's been in this situation before, this is my first car ever.