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Depending on how cold it is, i know my truck smokes a lot about 2 minutes after starting for 4 or 5 more minutes, this is the condensation burning out of the exhaust. When the temps is below 35
Now that i have went to a straight turbo back i get no smoke as there's no place for condensation to puddle.
Squealing can be a lot of things but if you haven't had any issues or anything till all the sudden it can be just the serpentine belt.
You can take a can of WD40 and while the engine is running if tis squeeling spray a little on the belt, it will stop squeealing. This means the belt is dry and needs to be replaced.
If it keeps squealing there's a lot of other little things to do to test but it would be a really long post. Try those and see what happens.
08 F350 6.4 Lariat CC LB tows a 13 Moomba Mojo 2.5
2inch Level kit
Mini Max tuner
Diamond Eye 5inch exhaust straight pipe
HID headlights, and Fog lights
EGR delete <planned next>
Ladder bars <in the future>