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Cabin overheat protection not working post 2020.32.3

Same on mine! In the SoCal desert for a week with COP protection on but I just checked via the App and it's 120. And the Climate setting on the App only goes to 81 which is too powerdraining; the supposed 105 protection would be just fine. And even better would be to finally add COP to the App: this was discussed here as long ago as 2018.


(S85-3/2/13 traded in) X LR: F2611##-3/27/20
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Mar 8, 2012
Since I have installed 2020.32.3, it seems that cabin overheat protection is not working. Has anything changed with the behavior of triggering COP? I'm plugged in but it is still getting to 120-140F in the car
Cabin overheat protection works fine for me in 2020.32.3. Note that it only works for 12 hours after you exit the car. So I have to get in every morning, drive it a few feet, and then leave it. No idea why they don't do the usual "works until battery reaches 20%".

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