I searched for an answer to this but couldn't find anything more recent than 2017, so forgive me if it's been discussed more recently. And it may be a problem for all Teslas, not just the Model 3. But this never happened with any other of my Bluetooth enabled cars. When I'm at home, using my iPhone, whether for a phone call or, most often, to listen to music, my Model 3, parked in the garage, will suddenly "steal" the audio. This will happen even if I'm nowhere near the car, like upstairs in my office, at the other end of the house. I'll go to play something on the phone, and there's no sound. Or my conversation will cut out because it's switched over to the car, charging in my garage. I then have to go into my phone's settings, or pull down on the control panel and choose iPhone again in order to get my audio back. Not too difficult, but should be unnecessary. So, a couple of questions: 1. is this happening to anyone else? 2. have you figured out how to make it stop happening? 3. would you please share that information here? Lol!