Recently, I was in an accident, and my Roadster was in the hands of Dorn's Body & Paint for 15 weeks. It was exposed to high temperatures for an unknown period of time, with the "battery loop" disconnected while in the paint booth. Dorn's said different things at different times, though they did admit one time to exposing it to 118 F, but not for how long. I sent Tesla the downloaded logs (before my appointment to check things out and replace the charge port door which Dorn's broke and glued back, which lasted a few days), but Tesla will not tell me precisely what is in the logs, though they did "check the logs for temperature issues" and performed a "battery test", and found "no issues". But I do not know exactly what temperature the battery reached or for how long, or if there are any gaps in the logs since things were disconnected. Apparently these details will not be made available to me, and I'm too much a computer dunce to look at the logs myself (I did try, couldn't figure out how to do it). Standard charge was getting me 185 - 186 miles, and now it's 181 - 184. BUT, ambient temperatures are 30 degrees lower now, so I guess that's apples to oranges. Sorry for the long preamble ramble; now here's my question: if my Roadster's battery was a over ideal temps for some period, would any damage to its capacity show up right off, or could it end up manifesting itself some time later? Any idea how long it could take? Thanks in advance for any insight.