Hello all. A couple of years ago, we had a house built and an electric car charger was an add on option so we went for it. I did not know anything about electric car charging back then so I think I may not have the best set up for charging a model 3 when I eventually get one. What was installed is a NEMA 6-50. Should be good right? Well, it looks like it has its own circuit, but was installed with only a 40amp breaker and what I think is 8 gauge wiring. Tesla’s guidance seems to be that a 6-50 should have a 50 amp breaker and be installed with 6 gauge wiring. I believe some of the charging systems such as the Watt Station only needed the type of set up that was installed in my garage. Can I still use this outlet, but dial down the the amp draw to 32 amps to be safe or am I out of luck because the gauge wiring is incorrect in addition to the breaker? Here is a pic of my electrical box. Not a great picture, but the wiring for the 6-50 is the second set of two breakers on the left hand side.I’m guessing that’s only 8 gauge? We also have a NEMA 14-30 in our garage (because we had washer and dryer outlets roughed in as well) so I might be able to use that, but I’d really like to use the electric car charger we paid for if at all possible. Any guidance would be much appreciated!