Hi...My name is Bud and I'm a Burb-a-holic. Bought this 08 in October of last year with 130xxx miles on it. Super clean little Burb. Started getting random "Low Oil Pressure-Stop Engine" warnings an SES lights within a few weeks of buying it. Also was getting random "Service Stabilitrak/Service Traction Control" warnings also accompanied by a SES light. In every instance, shutting off the engine for 15 seconds and restarting it made the warning go away. SES would linger for 24 hours or so and go out. Read a little on line about the symptoms and deduced it was a common failing associated with AFM. Last week, the "Service Stabilitrak/Service Traction Control" warning came on while pulling my boat, and a lifter started hammering. When it wouldn't subside after shutting down the engine in repeated attempts, I had it towed to a friends house who's a retired ASE Certified Master Technician. He researched the collapsed lifter syndrome that seems rampant, and replaced the lifters on the right bank, cylinders 1,4,6, and 7, and cleaned the VLOM filter. After he got it reassembled, it idled fine, and had no codes or warnings. After driving it a mile or so, it showed pending code P3401, P3425, P3441, and P3449, and ran like crap. If he clears the codes, they immediately come back upon starting the engine as pending. Any solid suggestions would be greatly appreciated. He's been told by a past L1 he used to work with to test the voltage and ground to the solenoids on the VLOM. Will changing the VLOM fix this, or is this an issue with the ECM? I'm totally bummed. I've got a grand invested and it's not right, and I feel my mechanic is doing what he can, he's just not real familiar with the DoD AFM 5.3's.