South Carolina On December 2 2019 I financed a 2007 Dodge Caliber from a used car lot. Dealer said sold AS IS no warranty. About 6 days later I started driving the car daily, on day 8 it was overheating, gauge on dash not saying it was but overflow was like a boiling stew pot. Contacted dealer, they said take to a mechanic. I did it needed two thermostats replaced I paid for this all to be completed. It has still been overeating, and its spraying antifreeze all over the engine. I was told by mechanic that the head gasket was blown and none of this could have been a new issue in just a couple of weeks of my owning the car. Dealer is now acting shady, does not want to help fix the issues that were already an issue when I got the car, also said as much as they would like to do so they cannot just transfer me into another car. They claimed to have had work done to this car before putting it on the lot which was an oil sending unit sensor. Also check engine light is on which they stated was an 02 sensor, mechanics machine says nothing about an 02 sensor being an issue its saying transmission temperature and pressure are an issue as well as blown head gasket. Is there anything I can do legally about this situation. It is a car lot thats only been in business about 3 months and they say they knew no issues with the car yet they act differently.