Got home from a glorious commute last night (rained yesterday in North TX so the temperature was down to 80!) and plugged in as normal. I have a charge timer so that the fans don't drive my wife crazy while having dinner etc. so it wasn't charging yet. I convinced her to go on a ride (big accomplishment, she does not like small cars lol) and when we went into the garage I realized the fans were running full blast and the charge port was flashing red. Low and behold, the PEM overheated and now the car won't do anything. After cooling the PEM down, the error codes have been reduced to: 915: Powertrain Problem Restart When Safe 920: Charging Problem 1141: Powertrain Problem Service Required I called the Dallas Service Center, "Call Roadside." Called Roadside, "Call customer service" (owned the car less than a week, not the owner on record) SO now my beautiful Radiant Red Roadster gets to sit lifeless in my garage for 3-5 business days while they update records. Anyway, if anyone has suggestions of anything that I should be doing/trying in the meantime (or perhaps something I did wrong or should have done to prevent this) they would be greatly appreciated. I will keep you posted on what happens.