So yesterday I backed my car out of the garage and noticed a puddle of something where the front of the car would have been. It felt slippery, which made me think of coolant. But I don't think it was blue or green (hard to tell on my floor). Later, I got in the car and noticed the AC was no longer functional. The day before, my car was parked outside for a good chunk of the day, and man, it was warm out. I later parked the car in the garage. When I did so, I was thinking "man, this car is hot, I'll roll the windows down and let it air out". I did so, got out, and went into the house. Later, I went into the garage and my car was making a bunch of noise and I was like "wth" and noticed the vents were on and blowing warm air. I got my key, unlocked it, rolled up the windows, and then locked it again. It then completely shut down. I am wondering if perhaps rolling down my windows was a mistake, and perhaps the car was trying to cool itself down, but never could (it was registering 120 degrees shortly after I put it in the garage) and maybe the AC unit gave up the ghost? I'm bringing it in this morning, but has anyone seen anything similar (car venting for a long time, puddle of goo, no more AC)? I posted this on the Tesla forums, but figured I'd post this here because I searched and didn't see anything quite like this anywhere.