When I first got my Model 3 (Dual Motor Long Range) in September, I was charging off a 120-volt outlet in my garage using the Gen 2 Mobile Connector. I had manually lowered the charge current to 11 amps to reduce the chances of tripping a breaker. The Model 3 will remember current limit based on location and, I thought, is supposed to remember the last limit set at a given location. I took this to mean that it would remember a higher limit I set later on. I have since installed a JuiceBox Pro 40 (240 volts and 40 amps off a NEMA 14-50 outlet) and my car still always defaults to 11 amps. If I want it to charge faster, I have to sit in the car after plugging in and manually increase the charge current limit. The car will detect that it can draw more current but I have to manually increase the limit. Manually increasing the limit can take a while because it will determine that it can pull 16 amps when the limit is set at 11 amps. I then increase the limit to 16 and it takes a few seconds to determine that it can pull more (say 21 amps) and then I have to manually increase again. I have to repeat this process until I get up to 40 amps. This also means that I cannot start charging from my phone and get more than 11 amps. Does anyone have any suggestions? Is there a way to force the car to forget the old charge current limit?