So recently I took my 2016 ED to my local dealership and had my turbo replaced due to excessive oil blow by in to the air charge tube. They had it for over a month going back a forth with the warranty company ( Compass Extended Warranty) and finally got the go ahead and they removed the cab and replaced the turbo. Now when I start driving at lower speeds and at when I let off the throttle the air charge tube coming out of the intercooler burps ( 3 to be exact) and blows air out the air intake box. Once the motor warms up it tends to go away but does it every now and then. I took it back to the "stealership" and he tried to tell me it was normal. It did not do this before. It tends to stall the truck for a second then picks up. It also seems throttle response is worse than it was before and it just does not seem as powerful. It sounds like compressor stall to me, air pushing back against the turbo vanes. I'm looking for help here. I'm at a loss. This can not be good on a brand new turbo. What would cause this?