So yesterday, it happened a SECOND TIME. I mistakenly left my Fob in the Jeep ('19 Wrangler Sport) overnight. The temp dipped to a whopping 31 degrees. (Around here on Cape Cod, some people are still wearing shorts at 31 degrees.) I got up, went out to start the vehicle and nothing. The information center said, "No fob detected," when there it was, plain as day, on the passanger seat. I got my second fob out of the house, started the car and went to work. Yeah, yeah, I know I shouldn't have left it there over night. But if I'd left an old fashioned KEY on the seat overnight, I could have started my car. Again, this is the second time and I am not talking about Alaska cold. Seriously? A fob can't take 31 degrees??