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Your description is classic for a failing IPR solenoid. When an electromagnetic solenoid begins to fail, they get heat sensitive. Usually will have enough power to pull in when cold, but as soon as the warm-up, they lose their grip. You see this with coils on gas dryers all the time.
In the case of your truck, when the solenoid loses its grip, it drops the IPR pin which dumps all your high-pressure oil pressure. The truck dies. The coil cools down and can grip again until it heats up.
Some people have been able to "test" this by pouring cold water over the coil and seeing if it will restart immediately thereafter.
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