as long as the code is stored in memory it probably will (my 03 did for a long time and I was chasing my tail trying to figure out what the F I screwed up). It is a silent code meaning the check engine light won't be on but it will effect performance.
When you put the boot back on, did you thoroughly inspect for tears or breaks in the coupler?
Is your truck really smoking black or is it clean? That will tell us quite a bit.
they can be because it takes more fuel to get it spooled initially, and if you don't have that mount of fuel there your EGT's will get higher because you have more time before the turbo lights off. Longer it goes trying to spool it, the heat can build up in the manifold.
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