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When truck gets warm it will not run over 45 mph

99 ford f 350 powerstroke has no codes but when it gets warm it does not want to run and puffs white smoke

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Is the engine warming up to normal temp?
Are the glow plugs working?

Here's from the manual::

12-4 CHECK WHITE TAILPIPE EXHAUST SMOKE

    Note: White tailpipe exhaust smoke is a normal condition at start-up with temperatures below 10°C (50°F) or with an extended idle in a cool climate.
  • Go to Section 4 , Diagnostic Subroutines, Hard Start/No Start Diagnostic Procedures. Perform Glow Plug System Operation check.
  • Go to Section 4 , Diagnostic Subroutines. Perform Performance Diagnostic Procedures.

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Puffing white smoke is a sign of a blown head gasket. Coolant is getting into the cylinders.

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