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Started the truck normally and engine bogged down when put into drive and lots of smoke came from exhaust and driver side engine... the smoke came from driver side of engine block under the air filter. Did not find any fire, melted wires or hoses, or leaking.

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Sounds like you just blow out the head gasket,,, thats why you had so much smoke from the exhaust if you wip off the air filter and try to start up you may see puffs of smoke from under the cylinder head,,, dont drive it even if you could,,,untill you sort this out

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