I have a 2018 CRV with roughly 62K miles. This is the scenario: I had been for a walk and came back to the vehicle, unlocked it with the fob and removed my water bottle while talking with a friend. I then decided to open the windows partially with the fob and afterwards I dropped the fob inside the vehicle on the passenger's seat. After a few minutes I heard what sounded like the lock engaging. When I was ready to leave I tried opening driver's door with no luck. Tried unlocking by pushing the lock button inside driver's door. (I didn't think to try the lock mechanism by the inside handle until later, but was able to get to the fob by using something else on the passenger's seat to drag it to where I could reach it. (windows were not completely down so I had issues reaching the fob). I know the manual says if you use the fob to unlock the door and don't actually open the door by a certain time that it will re-lock, but I didn't think it would lock back with the fob inside. Can anyone shed some light on this for me?