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The smoke is normal. Fuel is cold and yes, you need to cycle the key once, and let the wts light go out. Once that happens, the glow plugs should be on and good to go. Assuming your gp relay and all gp's are in good working order, this should help it start easier. Also, there is a warm up valve, called a ebpv, or exhaust back pressure valve that's on the outlet of the Turbo. That stays closed for a bit in colder weather to help the engine warm up. The hissing will go away once it warms up a bit and the ebpv opens up. It will also decrease power in the truck when its closed, so don't be worried when you notice power loss.
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