General Motorswarranty repairs that extend into warranty expired

So i have a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado I, purchased new. After about 45, 000 miles i get engine popping noise and ruff idle. Besides all the bs up front the final result is a tsb-ed to death truck 952 miles after a warranty replacement of the pistons and rings for oil consumption, the engine expires at the crankshaft. Gm customer service card reader, Janice, states " there is no warranty so to bad we can not do anything about it breaking down." I frustratedly get her to understand a little but to no avail is there any help in calling gm or chatting with customer service Janice or Stacy . When i asked to get UP TO the next level, I was informed this is as far as it can go. So Janice must be the CEO and Stacy evidently is the lead ??engineer.
So don't buy a Chevrolet because if they can't find the problem before the warranty expires-- to bad as per Janice and Stacy in customer service phone and chat. The first response says it all.

"its not a lifetime warranty it does expire." and so did my engine.
In 952 miles. So my oil usage and vibration was never repaired and its ok for the engine to launch the connecting rod right after the tsb repair had them ALL removed to change the pistons.
Thanks for nothing Chevrolet.

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