Limp mode when cold outside?
I have a 2017 G 1,4 multiair petrol, 170 hp. Done 13 000 km in about 7 months. I live in the N of Sweden and about a week ago on my way to work (some 20 km motorway ride) it went into limp mode after about 2-3 km - yellow engine warning lamp on. Outside it was -14 degrees Celsius, first cold day this winter. At work I called the dealer and was told to check the oil. I did, not low, the level was right in the middle. Later that day it got a bit warmer around -8 C and on the ride home the lamp was on. I filled a little oil and the lamp went out.
The following week was normal. Weather was warmer, no limp mode.
Today same thing happened again. Limp mode after a few km on my way to work. At lunch I checked the oil, a bit above the middle, filled nothing. Cleaned the dipstick and the warning lamp went out. It was -14 C outside. Ride home was normal.
So my question is - is it the cold that makes the warning light and limp mode on? If not - what else?