Has anyone seen this message when charging: "Charge time increased due to high temperatures" ID:1152 Data:0x08000000 I saw this message on a hot day when it was barely comfortable for me to sit in the car with the windows up. I also had the trunk closed for security, since I was in a public garage. This was a Tesla HPC that started out with 70 A of charging current for a Range charge. What's strange about this is that I get the impression it was the charger that was overheating, but I'm not aware of any Tesla feature whereby the charger can communicate a message to display on the VMS. The reason I think it was the charger is that the amperage value on the right kept lowering from 70 A, first to 44 A, and then to something like 27 A. I know that when the car is manually set back to charge at a lower current, the VMS displays this as local current versus available current. e.g. 27/70A would be expected if I had manually dialed back the current from 70A to 27A (although I don't think that specific value is available). Instead, I saw 44/44A and then 27/27A, and I could see a slight lag as the Roadster adjusted the current to the new limit. The limit also bumped back up to 44A for periods of time during the charge, only to drop to 27A for about equal amounts of time. Looking at my VehicleLogs, I can see that the available current from the charger was changing during this time, with the current draw of the car adjusting to match. Has anyone seen this? Is the display format just inconsistent, and this was not the charger at all, but my car? I assumed that if the battery were hot (and I forgot to look at the battery temp screen on my VMS, darn it), then the display would look just like it does when I manually reduce current (e.g. 44/70A and 27/70A), but I suppose it's also possible that this kind of current reduction is different because the owner is not allowed to turn the current up. Anyway, I'm just looking for more information from anyone who has experience here. By the way, the car charged normally a few days later in a different location, but from a similar Tesla HPC and I was able to make a Range mode charge without extended charge time. I guess if I lived in the Southwest instead of the Northwest, I probably would have seen this many times before.