Some background - My wife and I both drove our cars last weekend to visit her parents and we were going elsewhere before returning home so we decided to leave one of the cars in their garage to not have to drive both cars around, that would be my Model 3 and this was last Sunday. Story begins here - This morning, 4 days later, I was trying to check on the car at 10 AM this morning and the app was stuck in 'Waking up" status so I asked my mother in law to tug on the door handle to maybe wake the car up. It did not and she was not able to open the door. She said the screen came on and showed her the animation to use the key card. After a few hours, I checked the app again at 1 PM and the car was awake and showing 181 miles so I asked her to check again to make sure the door would open remotely. She went out and called me back in horror saying the door was now unlocked but the car had flooded the garage. I dismissed it as some AC condensation that may have been lodged in the car, but she insisted on calling me on face-time to show me the amount of fluid, and to be honest, it was way more than I expected as well. The liquid trail went from under the car and pooled by the garage door and some even made it down the driveway. I did not start the AC remotely, just unlocked it. I just checked the app at 4 PM and I only have 168 miles left. It almost seems like the AC came on for a few hours even though my app was unable to connect to it and she was unable to open the door. Is this possible? Question - I know there are not many fluids in the car - AC condensation, coolant (blue), 12V battery fluid (acidic), windshield washer fluid (colored). I have asked her to wipe it with a paper towel to see if there is any color to it when she gets back home but has anyone had a similar issue?