Model 3 LR RWD (blue) delivered Aug 14 ... I did a cursory look and haven't seen others report this issue: screen overheats in sun, and disables AC Twice now my AC has refused to work. In both cases, I have found the car during a time when it has been in daytime sun in a parking lot. Cabin Overheat Protection using AC is enabled. Everything else I have tried works fine -- nav, entertainment, AP, controls, etc. The climate controls are available and responsive. The app is as well. But the fan will not start. In both cases, after driving (windows open) and a few minutes parked, AC is re-enabled. In these cases, when I have entered the car the screen has been almost too hot to touch. It's possible that this is just due to exposure to the sun on a hot day. But it seems equally as hot on the part of the touchscreen well out of direct exposure to the sun. I assume the material is aluminum, which conducts heat very well, so it's plausible that this could just be from the sun. It just seems too hot for that, even compared to other metal bits in the car, hmmmm. In any case, I assume the AC failure is a temperature lockout. It just seems odd that some other non-essential functions are working. Actually, it's ironic. I assume that the AC could keep the touchscreen cool. I believe I have correctly configured the car to use the cabin overheat protection option, so it's hard to say why the touchscreen could ever get hot enough to trigger a temperature lockout? I guess? Meanwhile, any good (cheap) windshield reflector options anyone recommends?