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do you mean the valve cover ? because I don't think you can have the intake manifold backward.(if it's backward, you cannot connect the upper hose and the fuel lines)
so any way, it sound like you have the valve cover swapped. it won't hurt to drive but it is a problem to fill the engine oil as you stated.
If your car is making a noise that sounds like the muffler isn't working, chances are there is a rust hole in it or in a pipe before it. It should get quieter when you put it in drive with your foot on the brake. The idle rpm drops in drive, less RPMS = less noise.
first of all , i would say check your oil pressure.second i would take a look at your oil pan and the screw that holds it together.because some times they put them on too tight scripping them,that can make it do most of the things you described above.or if its not tight enough,it could do the same. i hope i was helpful in some way. good luck
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Sounds like you may have gotten some debris in your exhaust pipe or something was clogging your muffler. Maybe the innerds of you Catalytic Coverter went and got stuck or the innerds of your muffler gave out. That would be the only few things I could think of to cause something like that.