I have owned my 2004 F350 for two weeks. It has 65,225 miles on it. I just went to the horse supply store and drove home with 5 square bails and a 25lbs bag of chicken feed. maybe total of 225lbs. The truck began doing it's beeping/whistling thing as posted earlier (which I haven't figured out yet) and I noticed the oil temp gage was very high...almost to the red block above the "H". I was being chased by a storm and kept driving. The gage would drop and rise periodically. I finally got home and shut the truck off while I was putting the hay up and the chicken feed. Got in the truck started it up and a huge cloud of black smoke came out the exhaust pipe. Drove it to it's parking spot and came in to contact the dealer. Sent pics to the salesperson who seems pretty knowledgeable. Waiting to hear back about what they want me to do as it did come with a 1 year bumper to bumper nationwide 50/50 warranty. I have no gages other than the factory gages. What do you think is wrong? How much damage do you think I am going to have to get fixed. I have heard wowes of the 6.0l and the EGR and Oil Cooler. Do you think I can get the "Bulletproof" lifetime warrantied egr and oil cooler out of it?