Hi all, Curious if this happened to anyone else. Family and I came up from a long road-trip to the Gilroy supercharger with 24 rated miles left on the battery. It was about high 60's outside. We plugged in, saw we got only some 30kw, so changed to a different charger and off it went to 89kw as expected (not sure if swapping chargers is relevant, and yep, I have the A-pack). As we were packing up our stuff to go browse the store, we heard a relatively loud buzzing noise coming from the car, mostly from the front. It was hard to define but sounded... electrical. Curious, I opened the driver's door to check the monitor. As soon as I opened the door, the noise stopped. Nothing special on the monitors. Closed the door, waited maybe 10 seconds and then the noise came back. Opened the door again and the noise instantly disappeared. Closed, waited, noise back. I called Tesla Service, gave my name and explained what happened. The guy said "yeah, I'm watching your car now, everything looks normal". (I'll never get used to driving a computer... ) He also speculated that there was a vibration in the cooling system that neutralized from me opening the door, which sounds plausible. He said he would put in a ticket for me to come in and have it looked at. (Not ten minutes later I get a call from my local service center to set up an appointment. Wow...) When we came back the noise was gone and car was up to some 190 miles and everything has seemed normal since. I have a few weeks before the appointment, but to kill time I thought I'd see if anyone else had this happen?