I park my Tesla in the left-most garage in our house, with my UMC cable hanging on that wall by my charging port. My wife parks her vehicle next to mine (on the right), so the layout of our garage requires me to walk behind her car to get to mine when I'm leaving. So I always approach my car from the back right to the back left. I walk behind the car around to my UMC, where I unplug it. Problem is, the car doesn't want to recognize my key fob when I'm standing behind the charging cable. Because of this, I have trouble getting the charging cable to unlock. I press the button and it acts as if I am a stranger trying to unplug the vehicle - it won't let me. So I have to either carefully step over the cable to get closer to the front of the car, or go back around the other side to get the handles to present, then the charger disengages normally when I press the button. I'm wondering if this is a key fob issue, a car/fob recognition issue or something else (interference or something like that)? Other than this, the key fob seems to work normally. I'd love to find a solution to this so I'm not having to do a silly dance around my car every morning to unplug the connector.