Alright so a little about my situation. I bought a 2014 Cascadia back in September of '18. I got it registered on to my company and went out on my first trip with my team mate. On our way back on this route my liners failed. I was then told by my finance company they would help me out and finance the repairs, because TruckMaster's warranty wouldn't cover liner failure. A year later they bought a motor from LKQ. I have been running while fixing issues from the drop in process from Martin Truck Center in Lake Charles up until two months ago. I took it to a shop, they told me my head gasket was leaking, then that I needed a new cylinder head, and then that I needed new liners because after they installed everything the liners were leaking. After pulling my old liners out they discovered that grooves had been worn into my cylinder walls from the injectors that were seated improperly. LKQ is being resistant to helping even though I have under 90k on itand it's been less than a year. Basically now I'm being told I need another new block. So any advice would help my first time around I spent all that I had saved up on the first motor and now I'm in this situation. Most people are telling me to ditch the truck, but if I do that I'm still responsible for the new motor repairs and it seems like a waste to pay for someone else's new motor.