Hi there fellow Tesla drivers! We are on an epic road trip from our home in San Diego, CA to Vancouver, BC using our 2012 Tesla Model S P85. We are currently on the northbound leg at the Corning Supercharger. Between Vacaville and Corning, we noticed the vehicle seemed to be getting hot and the A/C was not helping. San Diego can get toasty and in 2 years of ownership, the A/C has always done a good job set to 65-67 its stayed nice and cool. Setting it to LO was rare and had to be turned back up after a few minutes because it got so chilly. Here are our observations: - Started having problems after annual service done at Tesla Service San Diego about 1 month ago. Was hard to tell there was a problem though as it has been fairly cool, but I noticed it wasn't quite as cold as normal. - Took it back within a week and they said everything looked good, but adjusted the refrigerant level as it was just slightly off spec. - Things have seemed okay since, but its noticeably hot in the car now. Not sure if this is because its hotter now (90F) than it has been or if the problem has gotten worse. - Vents are very cold so I think A/C is working. - Fan sounds like it's blowing hard - But not a lot of air coming out... I suspect some kind of blockage or an internal vent/baffle/air filter is jammed or clogged. - Have also seen other threads mentioning a problem with recent software... we are up-to-date (6.2.something) with a update last week. This seems like more than just auto-fan speed though as even with manual controls its really hot in the car. Here's what we've tried: - Recirculate setting seems to work slightly better than fresh air setting, but not by much. - Fan at 11. Still not much air movement. Definitely not like it usually is. - Set all combinations of air coming forward, downward, and windshield. Doesn't seem to change much. - Tried cycling the Comfort system, no difference. - Tried to setup appointment with Portland service for 8/13... They are very busy and will try to fit us in, but it didn't sound encouraging. Will try when done Supercharging: - Reboot console Any other ideas or tips from the community to save our Roadtrip? We are at capacity with myself navigating, the wife driving (I know! but this really plays to our strengths), our foreign exchange student and our two kids. Also, any experience with differences between Portland and Seattle Service? We've only used San Diego and they have been okay so for.