I think that (temp warning coinciding with immediate loss of regen) is a very compelling bit of evidence supporting the "limit regen for safety" theory. So the remaining question is is there another, more subtle, temperature impact on available regen above freezing or were all the temperature related reports near or below freezing?EVerlasting wrote:I also think it is the outside (ambient) temperature sensor that limits regen when it is cold. I used to park my LEAF in an unheated garage but it was still about 20 degrees warmer inside the garage than outside. When I used to start my LEAF and back out of my garage I would have full regen (all four regen circles activated) but as soon as I started driving in the outside air, I would get the Snowflake icon warning "Outside Temperature Is Very Low" and immediately my regen would decrease.mynameisjim wrote:I can add a data point for temperature. I use a heated garage in the winter so there are days when my car is 60 degrees but the ambient is much lower and my regen is severely limited. I think the car uses outside air temperature for this calculation based on my experience. I will have 5 battery temperature bars.