Sorry, missed your visitor message last night - don't seem to get a ping on those like I do on PMs. I'll have to look at my settings. But, I have your info and will call AMSOIL Friday and get your account set up. You might want to edit out your POC info from your message - I'm not sure if others besides you and me can view those messages. I have it printed out.
Tried sending you a PM but your box is full so trying here. Have to split my answer into two messages.
Shipping - AMSOIL charges by weight and the rate goes down the higher the weight. So it is better to group your orders instead of making a bunch of small ones. 3 gallons would weigh the same as a case of 12 quarts, so shipping should be about the same in that particular case.
Viscosity - No problems with running a 0w30 year round. I did in my 06 CTS-V until I sold it in 09 and I lived in northern WA. The 0w30 will flow better cold (help in winter) but is a 30 grade when hot so provides the same hot protection as a 5w30.
I'd be more than happy to sign you up and cover the cost of the initial six month AMSOIL Preferred Customer Membership. This program gives you the convenience of having your products shipped direct to your house via UPS from the nearest AMSOIL Distribution Center at wholesale prices, the same price I pay and about 20-25% under retail. While I can't advertise this offer I can make it as a way of saying thanks for considering AMSOIL. There is no obligation for this membership, and it would expire in six months unless you took action to renew it. Renewal is $20 per year, which is cost effective for those that use more than about $100 of lubricants per year. If you opt not to renew you can continue to use the same customer number and all your future orders will receive a 10% discount as long as you order at least once every 15 months. If you are interested, I’d need name, address, phone and email to register you with AMSOIL.
Brad [email protected]
That PI calls for "adjustment" but the V doesn't have an adjustable switch.
According to the manual the computer is watching for a clutch transition. Someone needs to connect a scan tool and monitor the parameters for the clutch switch in the engine controller and be sure they are changing.
It could be an open circuit or even a blown fuse.
Check the underhood fuse block for a fuse labeled "HTR VLV/CLUTCH" to start with. From there you need a scan tool as I stated.