Agreed they are responsible and cash is a little tight right now; this past year was not a great year business wise.If you're tight on money, then take it back to the dealer. After all, they are responsible for the repair. Although, they could play the blame game and put you back in a bad position.
If you're not tight on money, then take it to your favorite shop and let them fix it correctly.
Thanks I will mention this to the dealership.It sounds to me like the charge air piping is leaking. The tech would have taken some of it apart to replace the manifold, and when he put it back together he probably forgot to tighten a clamp and the pipe is either loose, or completely disconnected. This would explain the whirring/whining noise (turbo) and the intake manifold codes which are likely caused by low manifold pressure because the air is leaking out of the piping before it gets to the manifold.
I called them on Friday, and saidYou're in a tough spot, it may not be what you want to hear but they are responsible for this issue. There is no way this should force you to have to reach in your pocket to fund something that is the result of an incompetent servicing dealer this SHOULD cost them. Whos to say if they put the old part back on say a crooked mechanic who cleaned up the old intake and pockets the new part heads to ebay and is making side cash, believe me mechanics can lie and will misstate what actually is going on to grab labor hours, parts and service advisors will turn a blind eye because they only care about their commision.
Alternate thought is take it to another dealer and have them deal with the other dealer directly, don't give in to these crooks you deserve proper resolution.
"Hey check engine light is on, and the truck isn't running so great"
the service go, said "oh sorry to hear that we could to a diagnostic and run some codes."
I replied I had gotten the codes, and that they P2016 and P200A.
He said "oh well those don't mean anything to me."
I said they did to me, and explained they were the same ones his tech got, and that they didn't install the intake manifold correctly.
Have an appointment tomorrow. Will see how it goes.
Thanks for the advice and encouragement.