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2005 duramax deisel will not keep running

I start it it warms up 10 min than it just dies.try to start but only turns over once or so and than nothing there keep repeating this and it will start again run 5 to 10 min than dies again.ive changed the fuel filter still acts up

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    starts and runs for half a min then quits

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Have the alternator checked

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Does it throw a check engine light?

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