I purchased my 348 from Ferrari of Denver in June of 2002. Unfortunately, a couple of months later my A/C compressor went out. I called FOD and voiced my concern, however the only thing the salesman stated he could do for me was to sell me the compressor at his cost, still almost $3,000. I was going through my purchase paperwork today and noticed that FOD gave me a 60 day warranty on the car when purchased and one of the items covered was the A/C compressor. The compressor went out 53 days after purchase, so technically it should have been covered under the warranty (I didn't know this warranty existed when I called them about the compressor). FOD was very professional when I purchased the car, so I'm sure when I call them in the morning they should honor the warranty. However (playing devil's advocate) if they do decline to honor the warranty, where do I stand since this occurred over a year ago? Also, the warranty states: "ANY COVERED REPAIRS MUST BE PERFORMED IN OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT UNLESS SPECIFICALLY AUTHOURIZED ELSEWHERE AND ANY DECISION WHETHER TO REPAIR OR REPLACE ANY COMPONENT WITH NEW OR LIKE KIND PARTS IS AT OUR DESCRETION BASED ON COMMERCIALLY ACCEPTABLE STANDARDS" The problem is that I live approximately 1,400 miles away from FOD, so it would be difficult to get the car back down there for the repair, especially in the winter months. Do you feel it would be a fair request for them to send a new A/C compressor to a local shop and then pay for the install? Any comments would be appreciated.