Hi there folks. 2022 Model 3. Don’t tell anyone, but I run it through the automatic car wash from time to time. About a month ago, I was in the car wash, and when the vertical-shaft spinning fabric fingers went down the sides of the car, I remember it feeling rather “violent,” like they were pressing too hard against the car. It was loud inside and the car was jostled about. I also remember thinking, “I hope nothing is being damaged.” And then I was out of the car wash and carrying on with my day, not thinking any more about it. Two weeks later, I noticed that my front passenger door has a big dent in it, right on the horizontal crease thats about 1/3 of the way up from the bottom of the door. I could not understand how that could have happened, because I’m always either in the car or running sentry mode, and there were no incidents. I’ve been scratching my head for two weeks trying to understand how the dent happened—there are no scratches in the paint, and no sharp dents that would indicate an acute impact, like from a baseball or a 2x4 road debris. It almost looks like someone put their shoulder into it. Then, this morning, a light bulb went off, and I connected the car wash incident with the dent. Has anyone experienced similar damages? The sheet metal of the doors does seem rather flimsy… I’ve reviewed all my camera recordings for the last five weeks, and learned nothing. I’m left with the impression that the dent occurred in the car wash. Thoughts?? Thanks!