I have had my Tesla for about a month now, and for at least the last 2 weeks, I have had detection issues with the key fob. When I first got the car, the door handles would extend when I got within about 10 feet of the car. Now, I have to be within a foot of the driver door, and sometimes still have to take the fob out of my pocket. Also, I have had the "Key fob not detected. You will not be able to re-start the car" message pop up on the dash display randomly about 7 or 8 times over the last couple weeks. I thought that the issue might have been caused by interference between the Blackvue WiFi signal and my phone trying to sync up when I got within connection distance of the car, so I disabled the WiFi on the Blackvue. This didn't solve the issue. I also don't keep the fob and my phone in the same pocket, so it shouldn't be a proximity to phone issue either. I have seen the "fob not detected" message after I turned off Blackvue WiFi (in fact, it was the drive immediately after I disabled WiFi). I thought it might be a weak battery signal, although that would be odd with it only being a month old. But I though maybe working on the dash cam and replacement lighting, and washing the car twice could have caused the fob to communicate more than it normally would. But I went to a store today and bought a brand new CR2032 battery, installed it while still in the store, and had the same issue when I walked up to the car in the parking lot. Is there anything else I am missing? Could the Blackvue still be sending some sort of signal that would interfere with the fob? Is Bluetooth connecting between my phone and car causing some kind of interference? Has anybody else had this experience? With a refreshed 2016 S? Did you fix it? How? It's not a deal-breaker problem since the car eventually recognizes the fob, but it is annoying and sometimes embarrassing when you tell somebody about the door handles extending when you walk up to the car...then it not happening until you fiddle with the fob for a while.