I have to agree with you there, take a picture of it, most of it should be in cylinder head and areas of the block where it's been sprayed there with the motion of cranks/rods etc. If this car has had short hops like less than 10 miles then it will build up sludge but only being a couple yrs old and that many oil changes I doubt it is enough to cause any damage like engine failure. I'm surprised the manufacturer does not want to fix it just for courtesy. I worked for an auto manufacturer for 32 yrs as an engineering tech and there would be no question over that.
Wednesday, March 25th, 2015 AT 8:26 AM