Question about 1998 Chevrolet K3500
Do not think alarm would cause this do you have a check engine light on?? there is a coolant temp sensor that reports to pcm it could be out of range you need to hook vehicle to a scanner and check the temp that is being reported by coolant sensor when cold and when hot also may want to look at mass air flow sensor also have you even thought of ignition module what symptoms you have sounds just like an ignition module problem
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