This has happened twice now when we've been driving and charging in very hot conditions, where the car can't cool the battery enough and switches off the A/C compressor. The first time was driving to Tucson from El Centro in July. We stopped to charge in Gila Bend and didn't realize this would happen so we had the A/C on while charging. It was quite a miserable 2 hour drive to Tucson at 110-112 degrees with no A/C. So yesterday we did a lot of driving around Phoenix, running a few errands, stopped for lunch, charged for a short period there and in Scottsdale but did not run the A/C (having learned our lesson). Both charging spots were under cover but I'd say the outside temp. in the shade was running around 117. Everything was fine until we stopped to charge in Casa Grande on the way back to Tucson. Temp. was around 110 and no we did not run the A/C while charging but got that dreaded message that the A/C was reduced. I actually think there was no cooling at all or if there was, it was very very slight. Just hot air blowing. Has anybody else run into this problem with there MX? Educated guess from Mobil Tech Service was we should be fine running the A/C while charging if the temperature is 100 F or below. I have a P100D if that makes a difference.