Need some advice, my brand new Chevy Silverado sprung a major oil leak within two hours of ownership. I was on the highway, the engine light came on, got to a gas station. The bottom of the car was sprayed in oil and the stick was dry. They towed the truck back to the dealer, dealer fixed it saying there was a pin hole in the oil filter and as far as they were concerned nothing is wrong with the truck or engine. They stated there were 4 quarts of oil left in the pan. However, how can they say with any certainty that no damage was done to a brand new vehicle driven with less than an adequate amount of oil? The stick was dry for goodness sake. They are giving me the run around and so is Chevy for that matter about giving the truck back/exchanging for a new one. I just paid 40,000 bucks. All Chevy is saying is “good thing you got the warranty.”
Thoughts? Is there any way to know the engine hasn’t been compromised?