Hi - I am the new owner of Tesla #753, a Roadster Sport 2.0, and it now lives in Austin, Texas. Austin has been hit with a heatwave of several triple digit days now for the past two months, and so the a/c has been challenged. Initially it was having faults, and a Tesla Ranger installed a shroud in the front trunk which helped it to not have faults. Before the fix, the a/c was blowing out hot air. But now that the a/c is fixed, I am still getting hot air frequently, and I'm wondering if it is related to the high heat, and more specifically I was wondering if anyone else was getting any cool air out of the a/c under these conditions. I know a lot about how the car handles a/c, sharing it between the battery and the occupant, and biasing the battery over the occupant, but yesterday, the temp was showing as 109 - 116 degrees, and as soon as I turned on the a/c and hit the snowflake switch, I was getting no cool air at any setting. Has anyone else been experiencing this issue? Any workarounds that you all have found?