Q: Battery dies all the time

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Hi i have a 2005 gmc jimmy 2 door and the battery dies constantly, i can boost it and run it and it still does not have enough power to turn over after even as long as an hour running, the alternator is new and so is my battery is new. Is there some kind of common wiring problem wih this year of jimmy? If so where should i start to figure out the problem?
My car has an automatic transmission.

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