It depends on what color the smoke is coming out of the truck. Black smoke can be good or bad. If he is passing everything on the road and blowing black smoke; he's got the fuel turned up on it for more power. If there is not a lot of black smoke and he is running OK otherwise; he may need an air filter. If he's being passed by most everything on the road and blowing black smoke; his turbo is gone and he is taking the chance of ruining his engine. White-ish smoke is, likely, a head gasket blown and letting coolant into the combustion chamber
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