I can't believe I never updated this post. I know I have mentioned this in other threads but here was the final story on the fuel pump replacement.
So I had to take the truck back again, they were convinced that it was a fuel cap issue and I asked if the dropped the tank and they said they were confident in their diagnosis. Cleared all codes, gave it back.
I need to fill it up, it's empty.
Gas nozzle clicks off after a couple seconds and then clicks off immedietly. I was getting hot at this point because I am convinced it's a venting issue of some type.
So I go to a different gas station to make sure it's not the pump.
Same thing, can't pump gas into it.
So, done with this mechanic.
Off to the dealer.
Explain the story.
Next day I get a call from them and they tell me the independent shop left a tool on top of the tank and it was pinching the vent line. They were very appreciative of the free tool they got. No charge for this.
They then inform me I have broken exhaust bolts. Fixed under warranty, they had to keep it another day but I was thrilled.
So the dealer didn't cost me a nickel.
People make mistakes, but if a shop refuses to stand behind their work and fix their mistakes, they are dead to me.
Needless to say never going back. Wife went back to the independent dealer one more time for just a oil change. As we pulled up to pick it up the hood didn't look shut tight. It was shut when I tugged on it but very uneven. Popped the hood, and it didn't want to pop but it finally did. A bungee cord was slammed between the hood and top of radiator. What a bunch of hacks.
Sorry I never updated this story, going off the best of my memory.