Hello Scotty Kilmer . It’s hard to find some answers. I cannot find your videos or if you can make a new video. I need your honest answers. My truck is 2007 Chevrolet Suburban 5.3L flex fuel 2WD. I…

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Hello Scotty Kilmer . It’s hard to find some answers. I cannot find your videos or if you can make a new video. I need your honest answers. My truck is 2007 Chevrolet Suburban 5.3L flex fuel 2WD. I was told from mechanic that my engine needs to be replaced and there’s no way to fix the sludge in the oil. Mechanic guy says sludge oil will damage to the engine and will require engine replacement . They were telling me about engine replacement with labor worth $5,000 to $10,000 . If you can tell me if there’s a way, please tell me if there’s a way to clean out the sludge. Because I did change oil every 2,500 miles with synthetic oil. I bought with truck for 130K miles and now it’s 155K Miles . The warranty company refused to pay and they did not honor my contract . I still owe a loan on it . Do you think that they are trying to trick me or sludge is really real can destroy the engine and no way to remove the sludge ? I need your honest answer and advice. I’m getting my truck at the shop and towed at my home. The truck is still running but I do not want to drive that has sludge in it . When I take out stick and sludge on the stick. New oil changed and sludge buildup still there ...
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yea, warrantys are bs and I say stay away. Try k and w engine flush, directions on the can Then see if it runs a while Unfortunately you got ripped if you bought it used as previous owner did not change oil