For the past 3 days I have had some very bad results using the supercharging station at Cranberry, PA. We own a 2016 Model S 90D. On 3 consecutive days (January 6, 7 & 8) I have tried to charge with dismal results. The outside temperature on those days was 15-20F. My car is in an unheated garage. when I plug in the charging rate the cat shows was 4 kW (on the 6th), 11 kW (on the 7th) and 0-1 kW (on the 8th). on all 3 days I stayed plugged in for at least 1 hour and the charge rate never improved. Another thing was the estimated time to full charge was 40 minutes (on the 6th with 100 miles to go and at 12 mi/hr (4kW)), 50 minutes (on the 7th with 140 miles to go at 38 mi/hr (11kW)), and 50 minutes (on the 8th with 150 miles to go at 2 mi/hr (0-1 kW). The same information is on the Tesla phone app which shows amps instead of kW (the car used to show volts and amps but it seems the latest update changed it to useless kW. Has anyone else experienced this kind of issue with low kW at supercharging stations? I think I have a problem with the car.