Yesterday I was towing a 6x12 trailer from Pennsylvania to Florida. The trailer was relatively light. Well, in South Carolina I was moving along in cruise control without issue when I noticed the oil temp started to rise above 222 f the first time in the trip. It made it to 230 and there was an instant where the engine revved higher, the truck accelerated and then there was an audible pop. The tuck turned off. The message,”shift to park to restart” was displayed. When I pulled off and got out, the tail bed was covered in oil dots as well as the trailer. There was oil dripping from the motor onto the ground below. I had the truck at the dealership right before the trip started for recall services. They replaced the egr cooler, the tail gate latch, and reprogrammed the pcm. This disaster happened 500miles later. They did a full over of all the fluids and checked the truck out thoroughly before I left. Any ideas here? My truck is now stuck in South Carolina and I continued on to Florida with a uhaul so I wouldn’t miss my sons birthday. I appreciate any help.